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Plans for 6m food centre on show

Proposals for a £6m food centre to regenerate part of a Lincolnshire town have gone on show.

The Red Lion Street Project is planned for a derelict part of Spalding near Red Lion Street and Broad Street.

The facility will provide vocational catering qualifications through Boston College as well as office space for starter businesses.

The plans are on show to residents at South Holland District Council Offices in Priory Road for the next two weeks.

The centre, is also set to include a restaurant run by a Michelin-starred chef and a shop showcasing local produce.

It is thought about 30 new jobs will be created by the project.

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