Children scoot their way to success
Bundles of wool and happiness for knitting club
Children have great time at school May fair
Bourne Grammar School team claim second in contest
Video: Teacher Patsy shaves her head for charity
Team succeeds in primary school football tournament
Money handed over to The Lodge Trust
Organisers were delighted by the success of their first film night event in Uppingham.
Villagers are getting ready for this year’s summer fair.
Police are investigating two high-value thefts.
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Leicestershire and Rutland Police and Crime Commissioner Sir Clive Loader is inviting members of the public and community representatives to become part of a new advisory panel to help tackle anti-social behaviour.
A teenager is looking forward to joining a volunteering scheme this summer.
Bourne Tennis Club’s men have virtually guaranteed their top flight status for another year in the Lincolnshire League with a 4-2 victory at Boston.
Greetham Valley’s first team quickly avenged their recent league defeat at Gedney Hill with a whitewash at the weekend.
Former Market Overton and Oakham School cricketer Matthew Boyce was one of two players to receive county caps at Leicestershire County Cricket Club today.
The Penday Pairs Trophy as Rutland County Golf Club was a triumph for Suzanne and Oliver Huxley.
Oakham RFC U16s have two trophies to display at the new clubhouse next season.
Bourne and Ufford Park cricket clubs won in the Twenty20 Stamford Knockout Shield on Monday evening.
A teacher marked her retirement by shaving her head in front of hundreds of pupils for charity in memory of her brother.
A range of half term activities will be running at Bourne Youth Centre by Not All Bad.
Movie Maker Kids is opening its doors to parents and young people at a fun open day tomorrow.
Popular French song bird, Flossie Malavialle will make a return visit to Aslackby Village Hall on Saturday, May 18.1 comment
Two famous names from the world of politics and academics have been added to the bill at an event organised by the John Clare Trust.
Schools and community groups came together at the weekend to put on an annual arts festival which left the large crowds wanting more.
Chater Community Choir will return to St Peter’s Church in Empingham on Saturday, May 18 with A Springtime Songbook. This will be the North Luffenham-based choir’s third concert after forming in January last year. Its members are drawn from all over the county and beyond.
Plans are shaping up for an action-packed family fun day which will form part of this summer’s Stamford Festival.
The Spalding and Bourne branch of the Leukaemia and Lymphoma Research Fund is holding its annual general meeting on Wednesday next week at 7.30pm.
Walkers campaigning for a footpath across railway land to be reopened have put their case forward at a public inquiry.2 comments
An energy company has submitted a planning application to build a new solar farm to generate electricity for cement works.
An air force veteran was guest of honour at a visit by 40 members of Barnack and District Royal British Legion to the Harrier Heritage Centre at RAF Wittering.
Gardening enthusiasts and art lovers will be out in force for the Hambleton Open Gardens and Art Exhibition which takes place on Bank Holiday Monday.
- Man who went missing from Kendrew Barracks in Cottesmore found safe
- Doctor talks about rescue of woman with hand stuck in drain cover in Bourne
- Woman trapped hand in drain cover searching for marble
- Video: Teacher Patsy shaves her head for charity
- Georgian festival will celebrate Stamford’s rich heritage
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Thursday 23 May 2013
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