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Landlord served with prohibition order due to serious risks in unlicensed HMO
A landlord of an unlicensed house in multiple occupation (HMO) in Holbeach has been served with an emergency prohibition notice, as South Holland District Council continues to show its commitment to keeping residents safe and tackling rogue landlords in the district.
Christmas cheer coming to Spalding on December 8th
There will be plenty of festive fun in Spalding on Saturday 8th December, as a Christmas Celebration takes place in Hall Place and at Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens.
Internationally renowned orchestra to perform at Crowland Abbey
One of the world's most celebrated orchestras will be performing in South Holland on Sunday November 25, as Britten Sinfonia perform live at Crowland Abbey.
Selection of prizes on offer with South Holland #OurDay competition
As part of our #OurDay celebrations, we're launching a competition to win one of a selection of prizes based around the variety of services South Holland District Council offer.
Fly-tippers successfully prosecuted by South Holland District Council
South Holland District Council has continued its campaign to tackle fly-tipping in the district following two successful prosecutions this month.
Princes get planning permission for new investment and expansion at Long Sutton
Food processing company Princes has been granted planning permission to embark on a multi-million pound investment project at its Long Sutton plant.
Local Pupils Learn About Democracy on Visit to South Holland District Council
Children from Ayscoughfee Hall School in Spalding were invited to visit the South Holland District Council offices this week for a tour of the building and an insight into how the council works.
Joint Operation Leads to Two Human Trafficking Arrests in South Holland
A police operation this week, supported by South Holland District Council and other government organisations, led to the arrests of a 42-year-old man and 35-year-old woman in Gedney on suspicion of human trafficking offences.
Peace Rose Planted at Ayscoughfee to Commemorate WW1 Centenary
A rare and symbolic 'Peace Rose' was planted at Ayscoughfee Hall and Gardens in Spalding this week, as part of the commemoration of the centenary of the end of World War One and to mark World Peace Day every year.
Performances, parading and plenty of pumpkins: Thousands enjoy Spalding festival
Spalding's annual harvest celebration, the Pumpkin Festival, was a big hit once again on Friday, with around ten thousand people gathering in the town centre to celebrate the occasion.