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Landlord finds a way to beat lockdown blues

25 February 2021
Landlord finds a way to beat lockdown blues

Landlord finds a way to beat lockdown blues

25 February 2021

While pubs are feeling the lockdown strain more than most and punters are missing their pints, a landlord has taken steps to solve both problems.


Bourne housebuilding company donate grand sum to Bourne foodbank

23 February 2021
Bourne housebuilding company donate grand sum to Bourne foodbank

Bourne housebuilding company donate grand sum to Bourne foodbank

23 February 2021

Kind-hearted staff at a housebuilding company have dug deep to help out a foodbank charity.


Oundle school pupils go green with virtual 7,750km African trek for Great Green Wall Challenge

20 February 2021
Oundle school pupils go green with virtual 7,750km African trek for Great Green Wall Challenge

Oundle school pupils go green with virtual 7,750km African trek for Great Green Wall Challenge

20 February 2021

Eco-friendly school pupils earn national recognition for epic virtual trip across Africa.


Scaled-down inflatables helps family business bounce back from Covid hit and lift children's lockdown blues

19 February 2021
Scaled-down inflatables helps family business bounce back from Covid hit and lift children's lockdown blues

Scaled-down inflatables helps family business bounce back from Covid hit and lift children's lockdown blues

19 February 2021

Sanitised indoor bouncy castles and soft play sets delivered to doorstep with no human contact


Villagers demand improvements from Anglian Water after concerns sewage released into brook

19 February 2021
Villagers demand improvements from Anglian Water after concerns sewage released into brook

Villagers demand improvements from Anglian Water after concerns sewage released into brook

19 February 2021

Greetham villagers reported noxious smells as workmen discharged pumping station overflow into watercourse to avoid flooding


Town loses last link to an industry which gave it its wealth and status

19 February 2021
Town loses last link to an industry which gave it its wealth and status

Town loses last link to an industry which gave it its wealth and status

19 February 2021

Covid-19 has forced Stamford's Central Wool Growers to close its depot after 92 years in business.


Stamford Post Office to reopen on Friday after coronavirus forces closure

18 February 2021
Stamford Post Office to reopen on Friday after coronavirus forces closure

Stamford Post Office to reopen on Friday after coronavirus forces closure

18 February 2021

Post office customers asked to collect packages from Peterborough during five-day closure of town centre branch.


Tap water cloudy after work on system

18 February 2021
Tap water cloudy after work on system

Tap water cloudy after work on system

18 February 2021

A water company has reassured customers after cloudy water was reported to be flowing out of taps.


Teen actor follows up lead role with presenter position for new science show and debut book release

18 February 2021
Teen actor follows up lead role with presenter position for new science show and debut book release

Teen actor follows up lead role with presenter position for new science show and debut book release

18 February 2021

Stamford High School pupil Brooke Fleming has been billed as the new young Professor Brian Cox by producers of her new show


Rotary Club of Rutland donate iPads to four Oakham schools to help home-schooling for disadvantaged pupils

17 February 2021
Rotary Club of Rutland donate iPads to four Oakham schools to help home-schooling for disadvantaged pupils

Rotary Club of Rutland donate iPads to four Oakham schools to help home-schooling for disadvantaged pupils

17 February 2021

Club praises generosity of donors as appeal to help disadvantaged pupils bears fruit


Chef James moves to Stamford Garden Centre on mission to get cooking on the school curriculum

15 February 2021
Chef James moves to Stamford Garden Centre on mission to get cooking on the school curriculum

Chef James moves to Stamford Garden Centre on mission to get cooking on the school curriculum

15 February 2021

James Birchall has cooked for Prince Charles and is to launch a cookery school this summer among ambitious plans


Stamford chef donates cookery school prize for Ezra Caulton appeal

11 February 2021
Stamford chef donates cookery school prize for Ezra Caulton appeal

Stamford chef donates cookery school prize for Ezra Caulton appeal

11 February 2021

Chef James Birchall will help children cook their parents dinner at Stamford Garden Centre cookery school


Rutland Police act as HGVs flout weight limit through village

11 February 2021
Rutland Police act as HGVs flout weight limit through village

Rutland Police act as HGVs flout weight limit through village

11 February 2021

Villagers raise concerns as dozens of lorries flout weight restrictions through Clipsham every day


Closed Barnack pub given new life by ambitious £250,000 renovation

11 February 2021
Closed Barnack pub given new life by ambitious £250,000 renovation

Closed Barnack pub given new life by ambitious £250,000 renovation

11 February 2021

Stamford businessman Paul McSorley steps in to save village's last pub, The Millstone


Rutland Local Plan reaches Whitehall after public has its say

11 February 2021
Rutland Local Plan reaches Whitehall after public has its say

Rutland Local Plan reaches Whitehall after public has its say

11 February 2021

A document which will help shape the future development of the county is handed over to the Secretary of State


Cottesmore father and son brave sub-zero temperatures for igloo sleepover

10 February 2021
Cottesmore father and son brave sub-zero temperatures for igloo sleepover

Cottesmore father and son brave sub-zero temperatures for igloo sleepover

10 February 2021

Sergeant Major Alex Asbridge set to spend second night under the snow with his two youngest sons


Severn Trent appeals to public for help in reporting leaks

07 February 2021
Severn Trent appeals to public for help in reporting leaks

Severn Trent appeals to public for help in reporting leaks

07 February 2021

Water company needs your help to track down leaks and prevent wastage


Wild swimming from the banks of the Welland to the Straits of Gibraltar

06 February 2021
Wild swimming from the banks of the Welland to the Straits of Gibraltar

Wild swimming from the banks of the Welland to the Straits of Gibraltar

06 February 2021

Open water swimming is one of the fastest-growing fitness crazes in the UK - meet our very own pilgrims and find out why


Hint of post-lockdown colour as Rutland's open gardens programme promises much-needed pick-me-up

05 February 2021
Hint of post-lockdown colour as Rutland's open gardens programme promises much-needed pick-me-up

Hint of post-lockdown colour as Rutland's open gardens programme promises much-needed pick-me-up

05 February 2021

A transformed Uppingham garden has been added to Rutland's National Garden Scheme programme for 2021


Tributes paid to leading figure of Rutland life and distinguished RAF officer

04 February 2021
Tributes paid to leading figure of Rutland life and distinguished RAF officer

Tributes paid to leading figure of Rutland life and distinguished RAF officer

04 February 2021

Nigel Sudborough served as a magistrate, as president of the RBL in Oakham, and as a deputy lord-lieutenant of Rutland


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