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Churches to reopen for private prayer on Monday

09 June 2020
Churches to reopen for private prayer on Monday

Churches to reopen for private prayer on Monday

09 June 2020

Churches have been told they can reopen from Monday (June 15) for private prayer.


Recycling centre running safely thanks to 'considerate' users

09 June 2020
Recycling centre running safely thanks to 'considerate' users

Recycling centre running safely thanks to 'considerate' users

09 June 2020

People in Rutland have been thanked for their 'considerate' use of a recycling centre.


'Allotment-holders should share fly-tipping bill'

08 June 2020
'Allotment-holders should share fly-tipping bill'

'Allotment-holders should share fly-tipping bill'

08 June 2020

Fly-tipping on allotments in Stamford has been traced to some of the plot-holders themselves.


Funerals at town cemetery could be shown via webcam

08 June 2020
Funerals at town cemetery could be shown via webcam

Funerals at town cemetery could be shown via webcam

08 June 2020

People may be able to watch the funerals of family members or friends via video-link at Stamford Cemetery.


Kiosks unlikely to appear on Stamford Meadows

07 June 2020
Kiosks unlikely to appear on Stamford Meadows

Kiosks unlikely to appear on Stamford Meadows

07 June 2020

Requests by traders to put kiosks on The Meadows in Stamford look set to be turned down.

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'This just can't go on'

05 June 2020
'This just can't go on'

'This just can't go on'

05 June 2020

Revellers have been coming to Stamford’s meadows in their droves to drink booze, take drugs and leave litter strewn across the beauty spot.


'If I'd bought a duck at that time it would have drowned!'

05 June 2020
'If I'd bought a duck at that time it would have drowned!'

'If I'd bought a duck at that time it would have drowned!'

05 June 2020

The coronavirus lockdown came at the worst possible time for a couple who had just bought a pub in Rutland.


Skatepark to remain closed despite youngsters breaking and entering

04 June 2020
Skatepark to remain closed despite youngsters breaking and entering

Skatepark to remain closed despite youngsters breaking and entering

04 June 2020

Stamford Skatepark will remain closed even though youngsters continue to break through security fencing to access it.


Queues form as town market fully reopens after lockdown let-up

04 June 2020
Queues form as town market fully reopens after lockdown let-up

Queues form as town market fully reopens after lockdown let-up

04 June 2020

More stallholders are returning to SKDC's markets following the Government's decision to ease some lockdown restrictions.


Scrubs sewing group receives support from broadcaster Chris Evans

03 June 2020
Scrubs sewing group receives support from broadcaster Chris Evans

Scrubs sewing group receives support from broadcaster Chris Evans

03 June 2020

A sewing group led by a theatre costume designer has now provided garments to more than 1,200 healthcare workers.


Villagers raise £270,000 to buy their own shop

03 June 2020
Villagers raise £270,000 to buy their own shop

Villagers raise £270,000 to buy their own shop

03 June 2020

A community deprived of a shop for around six years raised a whopping £270,000 to open a new one.


'It was so wonderful to see their smiles'

02 June 2020
'It was so wonderful to see their smiles'

'It was so wonderful to see their smiles'

02 June 2020

Youngsters across three year groups at Stamford Endowed Schools returned to the classroom on Tuesday.


Petition launched to save Rutland Radio from rebranding

02 June 2020
Petition launched to save Rutland Radio from rebranding

Petition launched to save Rutland Radio from rebranding

02 June 2020

An online petition to save Rutland Radio from being rebranded has already been signed by more than 1,000 people.


Runner Luke raises more than £1,000 for his favourite zoo

02 June 2020
Runner Luke raises more than £1,000 for his favourite zoo

Runner Luke raises more than £1,000 for his favourite zoo

02 June 2020

A determined schoolboy has completed an epic 100km running challenge to raise more than £1,000 for his favourite zoo.


Fallen tree warning

01 June 2020
Fallen tree warning

Fallen tree warning

01 June 2020

Motorists are being warned about a fallen tree in Greatford.


Head of town's largest primary school gives insight into first day back

01 June 2020
Head of town's largest primary school gives insight into first day back

Head of town's largest primary school gives insight into first day back

01 June 2020

The principal of Stamford’s largest primary school has given an insight into how the first day back after lockdown has gone.


Gymnastics instructor turned watchmaker to open first store

01 June 2020
Gymnastics instructor turned watchmaker to open first store

Gymnastics instructor turned watchmaker to open first store

01 June 2020

A gymnastics teacher has given up backflips and somersaults for a more sedentary career as a watchmaker.


Sewing group's boost from charitable group

01 June 2020
Sewing group's boost from charitable group

Sewing group's boost from charitable group

01 June 2020

A sewing group supporting frontline NHS workers has received a welcome boost from a charitable group.


Building group appoints new finance chief to aid expansion plans

31 May 2020
Building group appoints new finance chief to aid expansion plans

Building group appoints new finance chief to aid expansion plans

31 May 2020

A construction group based in Bourne has brought in a new finance chief to help its expansion plans.


'Hopefully this will put a smile on someone's face'

31 May 2020
'Hopefully this will put a smile on someone's face'

'Hopefully this will put a smile on someone's face'

31 May 2020

A fundraiser has had his ‘hippy’ hair chopped off for the first time in aid of charity.


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