Rutland and Stamford Mercury

RAF Wittering parade through Stamford cancelled

News
Organiser of the indoor marker, Elaine Brundell with Richard Coote.By Lee Hellwing.

‘Great response’ to launch of market

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The Lodge Trust Fun Day. By Lee Hellwing.

Event gives centre cash boost

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Fete fun’s £1,800 boost for school

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Savills of Stamford markets former home of Leicester City striker Jamie Vardy

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Fantastic Beasts and Star Wars film set to feature at Burghley House Film Festival

News

Carlsberg cuts 25 jobs as depot lined up to shut

Business

Rutland’s hustings cancelled after terror attack

Politics
Fen Bridge on the B1166 Gravel Causeway near to where patching works will be taking place between Station Road and Crowland Road from June 1 to 5.  Photo supplied by LCC.

Road repairs planned for Deeping St James

Transport

INSIDE THE TIGERS’ DEN - Leicester restore pride in semi-final defeat

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Dressage riders from Market Overton compete in Olympics

More Sport

Fun day at Bourne Rugby Club raises £700 for charities

News
Deeping Rangers Blues under-10s

FOOTBALL: Fun and skill at Deeping Rangers’ junior tournament

Local

CUP FINAL VERDICT: Fantastic Fin-ish for Deeping Rangers

Local

Vase ‘reflects everybody’s efforts’ over the season, claims Maudsley

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FOOTBALL: Deeping Rangers boss looks to build on ‘a great season’

Non League

CUP FINAL VERDICT: Deeping Rangers are runners-up again

Non League
Stamford composer

Composer’s work chosen by Classic FM

News
Neil  Bothwell and other members of  Bourne and District Round Table at the  Hopshackle Brewery. Submitted.

Bourne Festival organisers brew-up ale

News

History brought to life at Midsummer Festival

Lifestyle

History brought to life at Midsummer Festival

Lifestyle
Matchmaker of Stamford is set to close after 30 years
Photo: Lee Hellwing

Stamford bridal shop to close after 30 years

News
Bar manager, Malcolm Brown with licensees Carole Frith and Paul Frith. By Lee Hellwing.

Historic Stamford pub reopens after being battered by storm

Travel