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Summary

  1. Long delays on roads around RAF Coningsby due to open day
  2. Illegal ravers jailed over attacks on police at Twyford Woods
  3. Green waste charges: East Lindsey ponders £10 annual rise
  4. Live updates on Friday 22 July 2016

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By Alex Rhodes

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye: Today's live coverage

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Well that's it for another week everyone, have a good weekend. 

    We'll be back from 08:00 on Monday but before you leave take a look at some of the things we've learned today:

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  2. Weather latest: What's in store for the weekend?

    BBC Look North

    East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Watch my full forecast here...

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    Video caption: Here's the weather with Keeley
  3. Illegal ravers jailed over attack on police at Twyford Woods

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Ten ravers, who were among a mob that attacked police attempting to close down an illegal event at Twyford Woods, were today jailed after admitting being involved in the violence.

    Ravers

    The court was told that 26 police officers were injured in the violence in May last year at the Forestry Commission site at Twyford Woods alongside the A1 in the south of the county.

    Officers were punched and kicked and had missiles including bottles and scaffolding poles, thrown at them and at one point ravers sprayed police with diesel fuel.

    Eleven other defendants were jailed yesterday.

  4. New signing for Grimsby Town

    BBC Radio Humberside

    As you can imagine our colleagues on the BBC Humberside Sports Desk are very busy with a certain story this afternoon.

    However, that hasn't stopped them telling us this news from the Mariners: 

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    They're always on the ball.

  5. Watch: Spanning the decades in flight

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    You can't help but drop everything and just stare when the guys and girls of the RAF fly over the county.

    If you didn't spot them near RAF Coningsby today then take a look at this:

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  6. Traffic and travel: Heavy traffic returns

    BBC Travel

    We've got a bit of an unfortunate double-whammy on the roads at the moment. As it's a Friday and schools have broken up lots of people are heading to the coast...

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    We've also got traffic building up around Coningsby as the RAF Station's Family Day draws to a close.

  7. Lincolnshire treated to RAF flyover

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Family Day at RAF Coningsby may have been causing a bit of trouble on the roads today but, as if to make it up to us all, a lot of the county has been treated to flyovers today.

    Flypast
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  8. We must 'face Brexit with optimism' says Lincolnshire 'Remain' MP

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Conservative MP Matt Warman, who's holding a meeting with his Boston and Skegness constituents later, says it's important to be positive moving forward after the UK voted to leave EU last month.  

    Mr Warman supported the Remain campaign but his constituents returned the highest proportionate vote for Leave in the country.

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    Mr Warman outlined some of the things he wants to address at the meeting in Blackfriars Theatre at 17:30 this evening:

    Quote Message: Partly people are concerned about how it's going to work and they have a right to get the best answers we can give them now, but also I think we need to explain that this is a longer term process and hopefully I'll provide some of those answers tonight. from Matt Warman Boston and Skegness MP
    Matt WarmanBoston and Skegness MP
  9. Spalding shootings: Inquests to open next week

    Inquests into the deaths of a mother and her daughter who were shot dead in Spalding earlier this week are due to open next Wednesday. 

    Claire Hart and her daughter Charlotte are believed to have been killed by husband and father Lance Hart near the Castle swimming pool. 

    Claire Hart and her daughter Charlotte

    The inquest will also open into his death. The inquests are expected to be adjourned to a later date.  

  10. Lincolnshire district 'safest place to live'

    Carla George

    Reporter, BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    For the third consecutive year, North Kesteven is being dubbed the safest place to live in England and Wales.

    The district council says it's all down to the crime rate.

    During the past year there were fewer crimes in the district than anywhere else in the country. 

    Heckington Windmill
    Image caption: Heckington Windmill, North Kesteven

    The deputy leader of the council told us the secret to their success:  

    Quote Message: Community activities and working in partnership with Parish councils, the police and with various voluntary organisations are the key. It's working together that makes it’s a better place for everybody from Mike Gallagher Deputy Leader, North Kesteven District Council
    Mike GallagherDeputy Leader, North Kesteven District Council
  11. What a ding dong: Young ringers to take on the Cathedral

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    Young ringers from around Lincolnshire, some of whom recently took part in a national competition, will be at Lincoln Cathedral tomorrow to ring the bells. 

    The youngsters are used to ringing six or eight bells, but this isn't some small church in a sleepy village we're talking about here, this is Lincoln Cathedral and they have 12! 

    Kids
    Kids

    No pressure, then, guys. No pressure at all...

  12. This afternoon's weather forecast

    Owain Wyn Evans

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    It'll become brighter as the day goes on, but scattered and slow-moving thundery showers also developing giving localised downpours. 

    Warm sunny intervals outside of the showers, and through the evening the showers gradually dying out.  

    Weather graphic
  13. Lincoln woman's disappearance sparks police appeal

    BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    Police are growing increasingly concerned about 28-year-old Ioana Haidema who's gone missing.

    Ioana lives in Lincoln, but was last seen in Skegness at 22:00 last night, when she was dropped off on Drummond Road.

    Ioana Haidemac

    She also has links to Boston, where she has relatives, but none of her friends or family have seen her since last night.

  14. BBC Weather Watchers: Red skies in Barnetby le Wold caught on camera

    BBC Weather Watchers

    The run of fabulous sunsets continue. This fiery snap was sent to us by BBC Weather Watcher MouseAura who captured it yesterday evening.

    Sunset
  15. Boston 'Remain' MP to hold Brexit meeting

    Alex Rhodes

    BBC Lincolnshire Live

    A Lincolnshire MP's meeting constituents later to discuss the impact of Brexit in the area. 

    Matt Warman, the MP for Boston & Skegness, voted to remain and wants to hear local views after more than three quarters of his constituents voted to leave the EU in last month's referendum. 

    Matt Warman

    Today's meeting takes place in Blackfriars Theatre at 17:30; another is being held at County Hotel in Skegness on Wednesday 3 August.   

  16. The headlines this lunchtime

    Natasha Turney

    BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    The main news stories in Lincolnshire this lunchtime include:

  17. Traffic and travel: Very slow around Tattershall Bridge and Coningsby

    BBC Travel

    There are very long delays catching a lot of people out around Tattershall Bridge and Coningsby because it's family day at the RAF station there.

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    The delays are stretching as far back as Horncastle:

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  18. Bin charge consultation: Your views

    BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    We told you earlier about the consultation East Lindsey District Council have launched about green waste.

    They say they need to save £6m by 2020 and they've given residents five options to choose from, one of which is a £10 annual price increase.

    You've been in touch to have your say:

    Quote Message: It's ridiculous, we already pay council tax and green bins should be included in that. I don't and won't pay for it. from Emma Wrenn Facebook
    Emma WrennFacebook
    Quote Message: Good value, I would pay up to £100 year. A good service in my opinion. from Paula Meeds Facebook
    Paula MeedsFacebook
    Quote Message: It's a joke. What do we pay our council tax for? It won't be long before we are paying for general waste and recycling to be collected as well! from Emma Middleton Facebook
    Emma MiddletonFacebook
    Quote Message: An ELDC consultation for a tenner? Near the top of a list of First World, money-wasting problems. Let those who can afford this ridiculous convenience pay for it. from Tony Cox Facebook
    Tony CoxFacebook