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'Bourne is always the one to lose out'

13 October 2020
'Bourne is always the one to lose out'

'Bourne is always the one to lose out'

13 October 2020

The mayor of Bourne has said the town council is “extremely disappointed” that funding is not available for a popular cycle festival.


Grandmother to receive British Empire Medal for community services during pandemic

10 October 2020
Grandmother to receive British Empire Medal for community services during pandemic

Grandmother to receive British Empire Medal for community services during pandemic

10 October 2020

A grandmother is to receive a British Empire Medal for her services to the community during the pandemic.


Survey launched for Rutland community radio project

09 October 2020
Survey launched for Rutland community radio project

Survey launched for Rutland community radio project

09 October 2020

An online survey has been launched to gather views and ideas on the possibility of setting up a community radio station in Rutland.


GP partnership slams 'misleading statements' about surgery closure

09 October 2020
GP partnership slams 'misleading statements' about surgery closure

GP partnership slams 'misleading statements' about surgery closure

09 October 2020

A partnership of GPs has slammed ‘misleading statements’ about its move to close St Mary’s Medical Centre in Stamford.


Luxury hamper business enjoys record sales during pandemic

08 October 2020
Luxury hamper business enjoys record sales during pandemic

Luxury hamper business enjoys record sales during pandemic

08 October 2020

A Bourne business that creates luxury hampers has enjoyed its most successful year selling more than 100,000 hampers worldwide.


Owner of historic house loses battle to build orangery

08 October 2020
Owner of historic house loses battle to build orangery

Owner of historic house loses battle to build orangery

08 October 2020

The owner of an historic building in Rutland has lost her battle to build an orangery on the back of the house.


Online consultation events on planned £450m changes to Leicester hospitals

07 October 2020
Online consultation events on planned £450m changes to Leicester hospitals

Online consultation events on planned £450m changes to Leicester hospitals

07 October 2020

A series of online events has been arranged to help people find out more and ask questions about planned changes at Leicester hospitals.


Fears of 'hidden agenda' to close county hospital

07 October 2020
Fears of 'hidden agenda' to close county hospital

Fears of 'hidden agenda' to close county hospital

07 October 2020

Concerns have been raised over the future of Rutland Memorial Hospital as the local NHS looks to reconfigure hospital services.


'Exciting' new rail project to benefit Stamford and Rutland

06 October 2020
'Exciting' new rail project to benefit Stamford and Rutland

'Exciting' new rail project to benefit Stamford and Rutland

06 October 2020

Railway campaigners are proposing a new line that runs between Kettering and Corby with new links to Stamford and Peterborough.


Hunt defends decision to apply for £25,000 Covid business support grant

06 October 2020
Hunt defends decision to apply for £25,000 Covid business support grant

Hunt defends decision to apply for £25,000 Covid business support grant

06 October 2020

A hunt in Rutland has defended its decision to apply for a £25,000 coronavirus support grant aimed at businesses.


Green light for new yard at former piggery despite 'visual impact' concerns

04 October 2020
Green light for new yard at former piggery despite 'visual impact' concerns

Green light for new yard at former piggery despite 'visual impact' concerns

04 October 2020

The estate of Grimsthorpe Castle has successfully applied to create a new ‘estate yard’ at a former piggery.


Dog agility centre plan approved for hamlet

04 October 2020
Dog agility centre plan approved for hamlet

Dog agility centre plan approved for hamlet

04 October 2020

Plans for a dog agility centre in a hamlet near Bourne have been given the go-ahead.


Mum whose son survived cancer prepares to take on 'virtual' marathon for charity

04 October 2020
Mum whose son survived cancer prepares to take on 'virtual' marathon for charity

Mum whose son survived cancer prepares to take on 'virtual' marathon for charity

04 October 2020

A mum from Stamford whose son survived cancer is preparing to run a virtual London Marathon to help a research charity.


'Health desert' concerns for Rutland if Leicester hospital plans go ahead

03 October 2020
'Health desert' concerns for Rutland if Leicester hospital plans go ahead

'Health desert' concerns for Rutland if Leicester hospital plans go ahead

03 October 2020

Rutland could become a ‘health desert’ if plans to transform hospital and maternity services in Leicester go ahead.


Site repair on Elm Street

02 October 2020
Site repair on Elm Street

Site repair on Elm Street

02 October 2020

Building work is due to start on a £230,000 project to convert a former ambulance station into office space in Stamford.


Schoolboy Jack fights rare pneumonia 'caused by pet hamster'

02 October 2020
Schoolboy Jack fights rare pneumonia 'caused by pet hamster'

Schoolboy Jack fights rare pneumonia 'caused by pet hamster'

02 October 2020

A schoolboy is fighting back after contracting a rare form of pneumonia that may have been caused by his sister’s pet hamster.


Dog training centre plan rejected over barking concerns

01 October 2020
Dog training centre plan rejected over barking concerns

Dog training centre plan rejected over barking concerns

01 October 2020

A dog lover’s dream of converting her land into a training and exercise centre for pooches is in tatters after councillors rejected the plan.


Reluctant approval for plans for 22 starter homes in village

30 September 2020
Reluctant approval for plans for 22 starter homes in village

Reluctant approval for plans for 22 starter homes in village

30 September 2020

Plans to build 22 ‘entry level’ affordable homes in a village near Bourne have reluctantly been approved by councillors.


Green light for Aldi in Stamford despite road safety concerns

30 September 2020
Green light for Aldi in Stamford despite road safety concerns

Green light for Aldi in Stamford despite road safety concerns

30 September 2020

It’s all systems go for the construction of a £5 million Aldi supermarket in Stamford.


Mayor to take on sponsored walk for Remembrance

29 September 2020
Mayor to take on sponsored walk for Remembrance

Mayor to take on sponsored walk for Remembrance

29 September 2020

The mayor of Bourne is in training for a 16-mile sponsored walk to mark Remembrance Sunday this year.


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