Business

Gedney Dyke Village Hall gets makeover with a hand from Dulux

A village hall has a brand new look thanks to the hard work of staff and a generous paint donation by Dulux. Gedney Dyke Village Hall applied for the paint donation because staff felt it needed a warmer and more inviting look to bring it into the 21st century. Chairman Richard Ward nominated the project online. He said: “We are ...

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Nicola hopes crowdfunding will help vinyl business grow

A Spalding businesswoman is turning to a new way of raising funds to help her expand her business. Nicola Raven has been running her DDC Vinyl business from her home for a couple of years, but until now has been limited to a single colour for printing on promotional materials such as mugs, coasters and even cars. But she is ...

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Carpets 2 U – first anniversary offers

When Matthew Featherstone was made redundant from a closing flooring company after eight years, he quickly turned it into a positive. Twelve months later and his Pinchbeck firm Carpets 2 U is celebrating a promising first year in business. And to mark its first birthday, there are great offers and discounts on top of the usual competitively priced products. Matthew ...

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Job fair will help you find work

If you’re looking for a job, a job opportunities fair in Spalding is the perfect place to start. The fair, which has been organised by South Holland District Council and the Department for Work and Pensions, takes place at the South Holland Centre, Spalding on Tuesday. Running from 10am to 2pm, the fair will offer the chance to speak with ...

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New look for Holbeach building firm

Holbeach firm Langwith Builders is entering a new era thanks to a total revamp. The company, which has been trading since 1927, has been completely rebranded with a new-look website and logo. Langwith Builders’ managing director Alan Melton said: “We felt it was time to bring the company bang up to date and we are delighted with the new website ...

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Spalding’s night-time economy to get own forum

A Spalding nightclub owner is taking the lead in making the town’s nightlife “stronger and more vibrant”. Matt Clark, who owns Loaded as well as Bounce Bar and Alleycatz bowling alley, is looking to set up a forum for businesses such as takeaways, taxi firms, hotels, bars, pubs and restaurants to have a voice and challenge issues which affect them. ...

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