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Summary

  1. Parking row in Gainsborough after £100 fines
  2. Future of Lincoln's walk-in centre to be discussed
  3. Lincolnshire schools return to longer summer holidays
  4. Updates on Friday 16 June 2017

Live Reporting

By Paul Russell and Hope Bolger

All times stated are UK

  1. Five things we've learned today

    Paul Russell

    BBC Local Live, Lincolnshire

    Well that's it from me today, we'll be back on Monday at 08:00.

    Before I go, here are five things we didn't know this morning:

  2. Watch:Headlines from Look North

    BBC Look North

    East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Here's Peter with tonight's headlines.

    More on BBC One at 18:30.

    View more on twitter
  3. Watch: Do you remember the floods of 2007?

    Remember the floods of 2007? If you were there ten years ago we would like to hear your stories.

    If you have any photos, please contact @looknorthbbc or email looknorth@bbc.co.uk

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    Video caption: A special programme ten years after the 2007 floods
  4. High temperatures this weekend

    BBC Weather

    Get the sun cream ready because it's going to be a warm weekend!

    BBC
  5. Man arrested after Toys R Us incident

    Martin Slack

    BBC Local Live, Lincolnshire

    A 35-year-old man's been charged with a string of offences, including affray and theft, after an incident at Toys R Us in Lincoln.

    A man in his 30s was taken to hospital after being stabbed in the hand on Tuesday lunchtime.

    Stephen Whittington, of no fixed address, was remanded in custody and is due before Lincoln Crown Court next month.

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  6. Future of walk-in centre discussed

    Jake Zuckerman

    BBC Look North

    Lincoln's MP Karen Lee says she's had a useful meeting with NHS managers this afternoon over their proposals to close the city's walk-in centre.

    NHS managers want to shut it and say they'll extend GP surgery opening times and improve the 111 service.

    Around 4,000 people have signed a petition urging the NHS to keep it open.

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    Video caption: Labour MP Karen Lee says she wants assurances.
  7. Lincolnshire's LEGO church

    Paul Russell

    BBC Local Live, Lincolnshire

    Work to build St Botolph's in Boston (the Stump) out of LEGO is making steady progress:

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  8. Lincolnshire-based West End actor supports victims of Grenfell Tower fire

    Melvyn Prior

    Presenter, BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    It's now been confirmed that 30 people have died in the Grenfell Tower fire in London, with dozens of people unaccounted for.

    While the fire investigators continue their searches of the wreckage, many people have volunteered to help residents in any way they can.

    Among them is the Lincolnshire-based West End star, Hugh Maynard, who says there's a calm atmosphere today:

    Quote Message: Yesterday was very much a defiance and people, communities coming together because they feel, and I to a certain extent feel that I didn't notice anyone in a official capacity supporting these people. from Hugh Maynard Actor
    Hugh MaynardActor
  9. Weekend weather: It's going to be a corker

    BBC Weather

    It's going to be a warm, bright and sunny weekend with predicted highs of 27c.

    But don't just take my word for it, our weather expert Abbie Dewhurst has confirmed it:

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  10. This is how Lincoln High Street will look after £800k facelift

    Lincolnshire Echo

    Shoppers are being given a sneak preview of how a major facelift of Lincoln's High Street will look.

    An artist's drawing of what the completed work will look like has been unveiled - showing the recently-pedestrianised area between Tentercroft Street and St Mary's Street paved in natural stone with new seating and signs installed.

    Lincoln high street
  11. Very high pollen levels

    BBC Weather

    Not good news for hay fever suffers in Lincolnshire....

    BBC
  12. Lincoln City's Carabao Cup draw revealed

    Rob Makepeace

    BBC Radio Lincolnshire sport

    The draw for the 1st round of the Carabao cup, also known as the League Cup, has just taken place.

    And Lincoln City will be taking on Rotherham United away at New York Stadium.

    Games will take place the week commencing 7 August.

  13. Missing teenagers found

    Charlotte Wright

    BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    The two missing teenagers have now been found. Lincolnshire Police said "A big thank you to media and public for assisting appeal for their safe return."

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  14. The headlines this lunchtime

    Charlotte Wright

    BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    The top stories so far today from our Lincolnshire newsroom:

  15. Have you seen May Woodward and Brianna Allsopp?

    Charlotte Wright

    BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    Two teenage girls have gone missing from their homes on the Lincolnshire coast.

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    May Woodward and Brianna Allsop, both 14, from Sutton-on-Sea, haven't been seen since last night.

    Officers are very concerned for them and are asking for anyone with information to get in touch.

  16. Young carers in North Lincolnshire offered helping hand

    Sarah Sanderson

    Political Reporter East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    There could be more than 350 "hidden" young carers in North Lincolnshire, new figures show.

    Young carers

    That's according a survey carried out by North Lincolnshire Council.

    With this in mind, members of the council's Wellbeing and Young Carers team are due to be at the Central Library in Scunthorpe this afternoon to offer a helping hand.

    They're hoping to reach out to young carers who may otherwise go unidentified within their communities.

  17. Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue Service's mental health pledge

    Hope Bolger

    BBC Local Live, Lincolnshire

    Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue has joined other emergency services and associations in signing up to a campaign against mental health stigma.

    BLue lgiht pledge

    The team has signed up to Mind's Blue Light pledge, which aims to challenge mental health stigma and promote the positive well-being of Lincolnshire's firefighters and employees:

    Quote Message: We know our staff work in hugely difficult circumstances and are regularly exposed to traumatic situations. For me, it's only right they receive the right support and help if needed." from Nick Borrill Chief fire officer, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue
    Nick BorrillChief fire officer, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue
  18. 'Our son's death could have been prevented'

    Charlotte Wright

    BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    The parents of a Lincolnshire man who hanged himself after leaving a mental health unit say their son's death could have been prevented.

    Graeme Mutton from Market Deeping died after being allowed unescorted leave by staff at Peter Hodgkinson Centre in Lincoln. His body was found at Greetwell Road quarry in Lincoln in November 2015.

    Yesterday, the coroner at his inquest recorded a narrative verdict and said no formal risk assessment had been undertaken before he was given unescorted leave.

    In a statement, his parents Alan and Sheila Mutton said there were several missed opportunities and that record keeping was inaccurate and there weren't enough staff.

    Quote Message: Graeme was a loving and caring son, brother, father and uncle and a dedicated professional who cared passionately about education and the young people in his charge. He is sorely missed by all his family. from Alan and Sheila Mutton Graeme Mutton's parents
    Alan and Sheila MuttonGraeme Mutton's parents

    They also said that although nothing could bring him back they hoped steps would be taken to ensure other families didn't suffer in similar circumstances.

    The Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust has apologised and says it's made changes to his procedures.