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Dog charity looks ahead to a brighter year with calendar

29 November 2020
Dog charity looks ahead to a brighter year with calendar

Dog charity looks ahead to a brighter year with calendar

29 November 2020

Gyll Mauchline, from Three Counties Dog Rescue in Bourne, reveals details about the calendar in her latest column.


The true price of getting a new puppy

28 November 2020
The true price of getting a new puppy

The true price of getting a new puppy

28 November 2020

The other day I saw a list of puppy prices, a year on year comparison, writes dog behaviour expert Karen Wild in her weekly column.


Grade II listed home has panoramic views

28 November 2020
Grade II listed home has panoramic views

Grade II listed home has panoramic views

28 November 2020

Situated in the desirable village of Cold Overton, Manor House is a beautiful Grade II listed property.


Solicitors appoints new immigration lawyer to help clients with Brexit issues

28 November 2020
Solicitors appoints new immigration lawyer to help clients with Brexit issues

Solicitors appoints new immigration lawyer to help clients with Brexit issues

28 November 2020

Highly experienced immigration lawyer Kate Hollyer has joined the Stamford office of Chattertons Solicitors as an associate immigration solicitor.


Chef launches dinnerware range

25 November 2020
Chef launches dinnerware range

Chef launches dinnerware range

25 November 2020

Chef patron of The Chubby Castor Adebola Adeshina has partnered with G&G Goodfellows to launch his own range of dinnerware.


Deli will breathe new life into town centre

24 November 2020
Deli will breathe new life into town centre

Deli will breathe new life into town centre

24 November 2020

The owner of a new deli in Market Deeping says he hopes it will breathe new life into the town centre.


Pupils take part in digital Shakespeare festival

24 November 2020
Pupils take part in digital Shakespeare festival

Pupils take part in digital Shakespeare festival

24 November 2020

Pupils at Witham Hall took part in the Coram Shakespeare Schools Foundation’s 2020 Festival with their performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream.


Christmas arrives in Rutland

23 November 2020
Christmas arrives in Rutland

Christmas arrives in Rutland

23 November 2020

The lights have been switched on in Oakham and the tree is in place in Uppingham.


As winter draws nearer, photos show beauty of autumn in area

22 November 2020
As winter draws nearer, photos show beauty of autumn in area

As winter draws nearer, photos show beauty of autumn in area

22 November 2020

Send your photos to: smeditor@stamfordmercury.co.uk


History society publishes 40th annual journal

22 November 2020
History society publishes 40th annual journal

History society publishes 40th annual journal

22 November 2020

This month, the Rutland Local History and Record Society released the 40th issue of the annual journal.


Restaurant wins interior design award

22 November 2020
Restaurant wins interior design award

Restaurant wins interior design award

22 November 2020

The design of a Stamford restaurant has seen it win an award.


Husband and wife release books within weeks of each other

21 November 2020
Husband and wife release books within weeks of each other

Husband and wife release books within weeks of each other

21 November 2020

A husband and wife from Ketton have both released books during the last few weeks.


Growing firm moves to converted mill

21 November 2020
Growing firm moves to converted mill

Growing firm moves to converted mill

21 November 2020

A business intelligence startup has moved to Warmington Mill.


Edwardian period home overlooks open fields

21 November 2020
Edwardian period home overlooks open fields

Edwardian period home overlooks open fields

21 November 2020

This stunning period property is on the market with Newton Fallowell.


Video captures moment kingfisher flew into kitchen

21 November 2020
Video captures moment kingfisher flew into kitchen

Video captures moment kingfisher flew into kitchen

21 November 2020

A woman had an incredible encounter with a kingfisher which flew into her kitchen and got trapped on the windowsill.


Pandemic won’t stop Santa’s sleigh

21 November 2020
Pandemic won’t stop Santa’s sleigh

Pandemic won’t stop Santa’s sleigh

21 November 2020

It’s been an unusual year but not even a worldwide pandemic will stop Santa from riding his sleigh this Christmas.


Driver runs over police officer's foot

20 November 2020
Driver runs over police officer's foot

Driver runs over police officer's foot

20 November 2020

The driver of an Audi A4 ran over a police officer's foot yesterday after being stopped for having no insurance.


Independent board set up to steer radio plan

19 November 2020
Independent board set up to steer radio plan

Independent board set up to steer radio plan

19 November 2020

An independent board has been appointed work alongside Rob Persani to bring the Rutland community radio project to fruition.


More coronavirus deaths recorded

18 November 2020
More coronavirus deaths recorded

More coronavirus deaths recorded

18 November 2020

Two more people from South Kesteven have died from coronavirus according to the latest Public Health England figures.


Electric vehicles arrive at RAF base

18 November 2020
Electric vehicles arrive at RAF base

Electric vehicles arrive at RAF base

18 November 2020

Green vehicles of a different kind have arrived at RAF Wittering as the station makes a bold start on the road to lower emissions.


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