Author Ben Scott inspires future writers
Oakham Knit and Natter Club overjoyed at donations
Air ambulance gains from weight losses
Tia’s horrific injuries shock rescue staff
Copthill Wildcats ready to step on stage
Slideshow: Hundreds enjoy Dambusters flypast
Headteacher commended in Pearson Teaching Awards
Paramedics were called after a young woman trapped her hand in a drain cover for several hours after searching for a marble.1 comment
Rutland County Council has elected a group of young councillors for key roles with a view to giving them experience for future elections but not all agree it is the right time for the change.
Plans are shaping up for an action-packed family fun day which will form part of this summer’s Stamford Festival.
A special event to help businesses support people with dementia is being held on Wednesday in Bourne as part of Alzheimer’s Society’s Dementia Awareness Week.
A beauty pageant winner is hoping to raise money for two charities with a raffle and is hoping businesses will support her by donating prizes.
Intrepid adventurer Sarah Outen has passed the point in the Pacific where she was hit by Tropical Storm Mawar which ended her first attempt to row from Japan to Canada last year.
Horse riders dressed up in spring garlands from the Leicestershire and Rutland Bridleways Association enjoyed a special May day ride around the Hambleton Penisular of Rutland Water.
The Annabel Murcott Schools of Tae Kwon Do have 18 more black belts to add to the hugely successful club’s record books.
Rutland U14s netball team proved they are among the best in the East Midlands when they finished fourth at the recent 2013 regional tournament.
A busy start to the month at Stoke Rochford, with competitions coming thick and fast, included the May Monthly Medal.
Toft Golf Club’s A team clinched their first victory of the season, securing a narrow 3½-2½ victory on the final hole at Sleaford.
Laxton Park did their best to beat the rain on Sunday but ultimately the elements brought an early end to their match against Warboys.
Hundreds of people lined the lanes around Eyebrook Reservoir yesterday for a spectacular flypast by the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight to mark the 70th anniversary of the Dambusters Raids.
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.
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.
Residents have spoken out against plans for a 150ft wind turbine on the outskirts of Dyke and the town council has strongly objected.
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Weather for Stamford
Sunday 19 May 2013
Temperature: 10 C to 18 C
Wind Speed: 14 mph
Wind direction: North
Temperature: 11 C to 17 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: North