Bourne Grammar School team claim second place in mat...
Video: Teacher Patsy shaves her head for charity
Team succeeds in primary school football tournament
Money handed over to The Lodge Trust
Oakham Knit and Natter Club overjoyed at donations
Author Ben Scott inspires future writers
Air ambulance gains from weight losses
A man who went missing on Saturday has been found safe and well.
Staff at Scallywags Nursery in Oakham were busy scrubbing wheels on Saturday to raise funds for a good cause.
The Burghley Street car park in Bourne will be closed for two weeks.
A cadet squadron has been praised for its high safety standards.
A team of young mathematicians from Bourne Grammar School have narrowly missed out on winning a regional award.
Up to 20 volunteers are needed to become master gardeners supporting communities to grow their own produce.
Bourne and Ufford Park cricket clubs won in the Twenty20 Stamford Knockout Shield on Monday evening.
Oakham Cricket Club paid the price for a threadbare squad with defeats for the first and second team in the Leicestershire and Rutland League on Saturday and Sunday.
Oakham RFC U16s have two trophies to display at the new clubhouse next season.
Oakham’s award-winning Vale Judo Club has revealed plans to open satellite clubs in Stamford, Glinton and Bourne at the start of June.
Market Deeping were knocked of top spot by new Lincolnshire Premier League leaders Grimsby who won a narrow battle between the top two on Saturday.
Uppingham beat Newborough by five runs to move up to fourth in Rutland League’s second division yesterday afternoon.
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
- Stamford takeaway Zorba 4 loses appeal over alcohol licence
- Duo thanked by the council for cleaning up
- Police Column: Burglars steal £5,000 and other items in raid
- Claire Lomas trains for challenge at Rutland Water
- Interest is high as Stamford’s Riverside Antiques Centre exhibits Princess Margaret Collection
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