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Mystery writer in town to help launch festival

Fans of crime writing in South Holland and the Deepings can meet the creator of Cambridge’s answer to Inspector Morse at a major event in April.

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Antonia Catalano in her Polished Nails and Beauty room at Wansford

Nail technician set to wow at London Fashion Week

A woman who swapped nappies for nails will be decorating the fingertips of models at London Fashion Week.

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Video 1 of 3: Dancers showcase their talents at Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts

Dancers have been competing against each other for the top spots in this year’s Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts.

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Video 2 of 3: Dancers showcase their talents at Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts

Dancers have been competing against each other for the top spots in this year’s Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts.

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Video 3 of 3: Dancers showcase their talents at Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts

Dancers have been competing against each other for the top spots in this year’s Colsterworth Festival of Performing Arts.

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Outgoing chairman Liz Waterland, centre, is given a gift by Judy Stevens and Phil Dilks

Double celebration for Deeping Library

A community library hosted two special celebrations to mark its first anniversary and the letting of the offices above.

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Artisans on Friday in Red Lion Square, Stamford

Fears Artisans Market could be cancelled if rent rises

The popular Artisans Market that runs throughout the summer in Red Lion Square in Stamford could be cancelled after the annual rent cost was put from £150 a year to £3,000.

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Stamford Photographic Society January meeting - Great Tower Rutland Water by Gordon Brown

Stamford and Rutland Photographic Society’s best landscape photos

An experienced judge was invited to the January meeting of Stamford and Rutland Photographic Society to select the winners in the Best Landscape Cup.

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The memorial stone in the grounds, surrounded by flowers laid during the service

Remembering victims of the Holocaust

A short service in memory of those who died in the Holocaust or whose lives were changed as a result was held for the first time in Stamford on Friday last week.

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Louise Doughty, author of Apple Tree Yard

Author behind new BBC drama Apple Tree Yard among big name guests at Deepings Literary Festival

A host of big names will be speaking at the first Deepings Literary Festival in April including the author behind new BBC drama Apple Tree Yard and former MP Gyles Brandreth.

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Visitors to last years food festival

Festivals return to Meadows

Both the Stamford Food and Drink Festival and Stamford Music Festival will return to the town’s Meadows this summer – following their successful debuts in 2016.

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Tim Clough presents the Tony Traylen Built Environment Award plaque and certificate for The Barn, South Luffenham to owner Nick Bellamy together with daughter Tasha, and Ian Cleminson of C & F Building Services. All photos: Robert Ovens

Awards are given in honour of new and refurbished historic buildings in Rutland

The presentation of the annual Built Environment Awards for new, refurbished and historic buildings in Rutland took place last week at Oakham Castle.

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Artist Tim Mann will be showcasing his new work 'One Year Later' in Stamford on Thursday, January 19.

Visual artist Tim Mann to showcase new work in Stamford

Artist Tim Mann is to showcase a selection of his work in Stamford tomorrow (Thursday, January 19).

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Rutland calendar by photographer Richard Adams EMN-160912-135950001

Calendar showcases best of beautiful Rutland

A calendar that showcases the best of Rutland and has become a firm favourite since it was launched in 2000 has been released.

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Rutland chef Adam Longden fulfills his novel ambition

A chef at one of Rutland’s most popular venues has revealed a hidden talent.

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World-renowned micro-engraver Graham Short who etched Jane Austen portraits on a limited edition fiver which could be worth more than �20,000 to a lucky Melton shopper after being spent secretly at Ye Olde Pork Pie Shoppe on Friday EMN-161213-131744001

Lucky Melton shopper could get £20,000 Willy Wonka-style Christmas windfall

One lucky Melton shopper could be in line for a Christmas windfall of £20,000 thanks to a Willy Wonka-style stunt.

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Artist Tim Mann seeks help with big portrait of Stamford

Artist Tim Mann has revealed the date when a unique portrait of Stamford will go on display – but he still needs help to make the project a success.

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Evie Pearce at Main Street Fine Art

Unique gallery opens its doors in Stamford and begins selling high-end Disney artwork

A new gallery has just opened its doors in Stamford – and is the only one in the UK allowed to sell unique high-end Disney artwork.

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"Oh Margaret, youre such a Polecat and as for you Susan, you Ninnycock, Ill see you later"

REVEALED: Academic uncovers the best long-lost British swear words

A language historian has revealed the best long-lost swear words from Britain - including nippy, tarse and wittol.

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Roald Dahl at work in his famous writing hut

Roald Dahl Day celebrates 100 years since author’s birth

Exactly 100 years ago today Roald Dahl was born and children and adults around the world will be coming together to celebrate the life and works of the much-loved author.

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