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Matthew Taylor joined the Grantham Journal as a reporter in 2020.

Vintage cars on show at Grimsthorpe Castle

31 August 2021
Vintage cars on show at Grimsthorpe Castle

Vintage cars on show at Grimsthorpe Castle

31 August 2021

A vintage racing event brought a variety of authentic Edwardian and pre-WW2 vehicles to the Grimsthorpe Castle Estate over Bank Holiday Weekend.


Four-vehicle crash on A1

30 August 2021
Four-vehicle crash on A1

Four-vehicle crash on A1

30 August 2021

Bank Holiday Monday traffic is being delayed on the A1 following a crash involving four vehicles.


Vets set up new practice

13 August 2021
Vets set up new practice

Vets set up new practice

13 August 2021

Two former student housemates are setting up a veterinary business 17 years later.


Lorry driver jailed over A1 crash that left two police officers seriously injured

11 August 2021
Lorry driver jailed over A1 crash that left two police officers seriously injured

Lorry driver jailed over A1 crash that left two police officers seriously injured

11 August 2021

A lorry driver has been jailed after smashing into a still police car, while under the influence of cannabis, causing serious injuries to officers.


Community projects awarded valuable grants

06 August 2021
Community projects awarded valuable grants

Community projects awarded valuable grants

06 August 2021

South Kesteven District Council’s Community Fund has allocated more than £30,000 to community projects in its latest funding round.


This is when the A1 is set to be closed overnight in August

06 August 2021
This is when the A1 is set to be closed overnight in August

This is when the A1 is set to be closed overnight in August

06 August 2021

There will be further overnight closures this month on the A1 as construction of the Grantham Southern Relief Road progresses.


What would help improve bus services in Lincolnshire?

05 August 2021
What would help improve bus services in Lincolnshire?

What would help improve bus services in Lincolnshire?

05 August 2021

Lincolnshire County Council are putting together a plan to help improve bus services in the county, and are asking for your views.


Police chief issues warning to those who attack officers

27 July 2021
Police chief issues warning to those who attack officers

Police chief issues warning to those who attack officers

27 July 2021

A Lincolnshire Police chief has issued a warning to anyone who attacks officers, after assaults on the police surpassed 100 since May 17.


Fundraiser for the family of man who tragically died surpasses £17,000

24 July 2021
Fundraiser for the family of man who tragically died surpasses £17,000

Fundraiser for the family of man who tragically died surpasses £17,000

24 July 2021

A fundraiser launched in memory of a father who died unexpectedly just before making dream move to America with his family has surpassed £17,000.


More young people in work

19 July 2021
More young people in work

More young people in work

19 July 2021

Youth employment in the district has seen a significant increase on last year's figures.


SKDC bans animals as prizes

15 July 2021
SKDC bans animals as prizes

SKDC bans animals as prizes

15 July 2021

South Kesteven District Council has voted to ban the award of live animals as prizes, in any form, on land that it owns.


Covid-19 safety measures remain in place in healthcare settings

14 July 2021
Covid-19 safety measures remain in place in healthcare settings

Covid-19 safety measures remain in place in healthcare settings

14 July 2021

People visiting all healthcare settings in Lincolnshire should continue to follow additional COVID-19 safety measures even after July 19.


New careers fair launched for young people

07 July 2021
New careers fair launched for young people

New careers fair launched for young people

07 July 2021

A careers fair aimed at teenagers will be launched on Wednesday next week (July 14).


'Managing Covid' sensible option, says council leader

06 July 2021
'Managing Covid' sensible option, says council leader

'Managing Covid' sensible option, says council leader

06 July 2021

The leader of Lincolnshire County Council has reinforced his view that England should be moving to out of lockdown on July 19.


Man arrested and in hospital following A1 incident

29 June 2021
Man arrested and in hospital following A1 incident

Man arrested and in hospital following A1 incident

29 June 2021

A man involved in a single vehicle crash on the A1 has been arrested and taken to hospital after leaving the scene.


Businesses urged to continue collecting customer contact details

29 June 2021
Businesses urged to continue collecting customer contact details

Businesses urged to continue collecting customer contact details

29 June 2021

SKDC is calling on businesses to keep collecting the contact details of customers to continue the fight against the coronavirus pandemic.


‘I’m the biggest employer – and they work for free’

26 June 2021
‘I’m the biggest employer – and they work for free’

‘I’m the biggest employer – and they work for free’

26 June 2021

The owner of Colsterworth Honey Farm says the past year has been his best year yet, both for sales and production.


Sweetest season set to start at Easton Walled Gardens

20 June 2021
Sweetest season set to start at Easton Walled Gardens

Sweetest season set to start at Easton Walled Gardens

20 June 2021

Sweet pea season begins on June 23 at a picturesque tourist attraction near Grantham.


Roadmap delay is 'no comfort to businesses who've had to suffer from lockdown'

15 June 2021
Roadmap delay is 'no comfort to businesses who've had to suffer from lockdown'

Roadmap delay is 'no comfort to businesses who've had to suffer from lockdown'

15 June 2021

County council leaders have reacted after it was announced that the roadmap out of lockdown would be delayed.


Weather warning as thunderstorms forecast

14 June 2021
Weather warning as thunderstorms forecast

Weather warning as thunderstorms forecast

14 June 2021

According to the Met Office, storms are 'likely' later this week.


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