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CONCERT REVIEW: Fireworks from a choir set this November 5 alight

Divers Voyces, Music at the Priory, Priory Church, Deeping St James

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Oakham Food and Drink Festival 2017
Photo: Lee Hellwing

Rutland food and drink festival proves a success

A week of events celebrating Rutland food and drink producers culminated in a spectacular event in Oakham on Sunday.

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Graphics are awesome as you can see with this modelling of Dave Batista

Console Corner: WWE 2K18 review

Gargantuan and addictive.

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Fashion show
Photo: Lee Hellwing

Nurses and doctors take to catwalk for fashion show

Nurses and doctors from Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice took to the catwalk as part of a fashion show to raise funds for the hospice.

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Free cooking classes in Harleston.

Food and drink festival to take place in Rutland

Foodies from far and wide are being encouraged to come enjoy Rutland Food and Drink Week, taking place from Saturday, October 21, to Sunday, October 29.

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Farmer Andrew Brown who has entered a stand up comedy competition

Rutland farmer aims for laughs for charity

Farmer Andrew Brown who is doing stand-up comedy to raise fundsPhoto: Lee Hellwing

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Priory Church, Deeping St James, hosts of the monthly 'Music at the Priory' series of recitals which featured organist Christopher Dexter-Mills.  Photo by Tim Wilson.  1005082w61wat.

RECITAL REVIEW: Through the ages of organ music across the continent

Christopher Dexter-Mills, Music at the Priory, Priory Church, Deeping St James

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Countdown is on for third festival

Countdown is on for third festival

Stamford’s third Georgian Festival is now just days away, with final preparations being made for a superb weekend’s entertainment.

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HUSKY VOICE: Art rock singer-songwriter Woodley Taylor, of Toft, near Bourne, is releasing his debut album called Breathe A Little Deeper next month, recorded at Perry Road Studios in Cambridgeshire.  Photo by Daniel Ackerley.

ALBUM REVIEW: Appreciation of individual style second time around

Breathe A Little Deeper, Woodley Taylor, Self-released, Out Next Month

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Melvin Benn launching his ReBalance plans with Lande Hekt from punk rock band Muncie Girls, PRS Foundation chief executive Vanessa Reed and Lucy Wood, also from Festival Republic.

VIDEO: Festival boss launches ReBalance scheme to get more girls into music industry

Girl power got a helping hand today when one of the world's biggest music promoters launched an initiative in to encourage more female UK led bands, solo acts and sound engineers.

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Bourne Town Hall.

Project marks rebirth of town hall

An arts installation put together by pupils from seven of the schools in the Bourne area will run this week to represent the rebirth of Bourne Town Hall.

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Visitors enjoy the open gardens event at Grimsthorpe Castle

Crowds enjoy garden fun at historic castle

A historic castle opened its doors to the public to celebrate its garden.

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Lincolnshire Youth Wind Orchestra, with conductor David Dorey, at South Holland Centre, Spalding.  Photo by Graham Standley.

CONCERT REVIEW: What a way to go for a loyal and loved leader of music

Lincolnshire Youth Wind Orchestra, Conductor: David Dorey, South Holland Centre, Spalding

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Visitors enjoy the fun of Empingham fete

Fete raises funds to boost village

Bomb disposal experts and a Spitfire helped make a village fete into a success.

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Pop stars of ‘80s hit stage for fans

Pop stars of the 1980s turned back the clock as they took to the stage once more.

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Author Ellie entertains youngsters at library

Local book author Ellie Sandall was at Stamford Library on Tuesday entertaining children during Bookstart week.

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LEAP OF FAITH: Will Silver in rehearsals at Eastern School of Arts, part of Wildcats Theatre School, in Stamford.  Photo supplied.

THURSDAY TALK: Will’s Silver lining in musical theatre comes into sight

You will get no arguments from Pinchbeck performer Will Silver (17) that he was born to be a star.

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A Summer of fun awaits at Tolethorpe

A magical evening awaits at Tolethorpe Hall after the Summer season began this week with A Midsummer Night’s Dream.

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Bourne Festival draws in the crowds

Record crowds came out in the sunshine to enjoy Bourne Festival at the weekend.

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Cooking up healthy lessons for youngsters

Pupils have enjoyed a free breakfast as part of a school’s bid to improve wellbeing.

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