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Henry has a nose for crime

10 May 2021
Henry has a nose for crime

Henry has a nose for crime

10 May 2021

Police dog Henry has joined Lincolnshire Police and is ready to use his keen, wet nose to root out hidden tech.


Firefighters helped cut crash victims from vehicle

09 May 2021
Firefighters helped cut crash victims from vehicle

Firefighters helped cut crash victims from vehicle

09 May 2021

An accident on the A1 near Stamford resulted in people being cut from their vehicle by firefighters on Saturday night.


Three-vehicle crash on main road

07 May 2021
Three-vehicle crash on main road

Three-vehicle crash on main road

07 May 2021

Three vehicles were involved in a crash on the A47 near Thornhaugh this afternoon (Friday, May 7).


Car and lorry crashed on A1

07 May 2021
Car and lorry crashed on A1

Car and lorry crashed on A1

07 May 2021

An accident caused the A1 to be partially blocked with long tailbacks this afternoon (Friday, May 7).


How to keep tabs on what's said in council meetings from today

07 May 2021
How to keep tabs on what's said in council meetings from today

How to keep tabs on what's said in council meetings from today

07 May 2021

Council meetings are returning to a face-to-face format from today (Friday, May 7).


Surprise prize raffle raises £600

06 May 2021
Surprise prize raffle raises £600

Surprise prize raffle raises £600

06 May 2021

A 'Captain Tom 100 challenge' has raised £600 towards hospice care.


Town centre to be covered by police dispersal order this weekend

06 May 2021
Town centre to be covered by police dispersal order this weekend

Town centre to be covered by police dispersal order this weekend

06 May 2021

Firework-throwing youths have sparked an order that allows police to arrest people they have asked to leave area.


Inspector thanks weekend crowd

06 May 2021
Inspector thanks weekend crowd

Inspector thanks weekend crowd

06 May 2021

Stamford's police inspector has thanked people for their responsible actions in the town centre over the bank holiday weekend.


Talk aims to make people active

05 May 2021
Talk aims to make people active

Talk aims to make people active

05 May 2021

Taking steps to become more physically active is the topic of a free live talk taking place on Monday (May 10).


Tree-planting pupils are ‘planet protectors’

05 May 2021
Tree-planting pupils are ‘planet protectors’

Tree-planting pupils are ‘planet protectors’

05 May 2021

Children have helped to plant 180 trees in a bid to improve their outdoor environment.


Two-vehicle crash near garden centre

05 May 2021
Two-vehicle crash near garden centre

Two-vehicle crash near garden centre

05 May 2021

Two vehicles crashed on the main road outside Stamford Garden Centre on Tuesday.


Police look into report of armed thieves wearing balaclavas

05 May 2021
Police look into report of armed thieves wearing balaclavas

Police look into report of armed thieves wearing balaclavas

05 May 2021

Officers would like to hear from anyone who saw youths wearing balaclavas on Bank Holiday Monday afternoon.


Open garden attracts 450 visitors and raises £3,500

04 May 2021
Open garden attracts 450 visitors and raises £3,500

Open garden attracts 450 visitors and raises £3,500

04 May 2021

A village event has raised a considerable sum for nursing and healthcare charities.


Churches Together embraces a new way of supporting Christian Aid

04 May 2021
Churches Together embraces a new way of supporting Christian Aid

Churches Together embraces a new way of supporting Christian Aid

04 May 2021

Stamford's churches are working together to raise money for some of the world's poorest people next week.


A sole-trader has been busy helping to make people’s business lives a lot more bearable during lockdown.

03 May 2021
A sole-trader has been busy helping to make people’s business lives a lot more bearable during lockdown.

A sole-trader has been busy helping to make people’s business lives a lot more bearable during lockdown.

03 May 2021

Networking meetings have made life more bearable in lockdown


Mews House in converted wing of Barleythorpe Hall

03 May 2021
Mews House in converted wing of Barleythorpe Hall

Mews House in converted wing of Barleythorpe Hall

03 May 2021

A charming four bedroom Mews House set in a prestigious development and forming part of the converted former wing to Barleythorpe Hall is for sale.


Traffic calming called for after car crashed into house

01 May 2021
Traffic calming called for after car crashed into house

Traffic calming called for after car crashed into house

01 May 2021

Measures are being called for on the road where a car crashed into a house last week.


Delays on busy A-road

30 April 2021
Delays on busy A-road

Delays on busy A-road

30 April 2021

Drivers on the A47 could face delays between Duddington and Wansford this afternoon (Friday, April 30).


Tribute to a gentleman with a sense of fun

30 April 2021
Tribute to a gentleman with a sense of fun

Tribute to a gentleman with a sense of fun

30 April 2021

When the River Welland froze in February 1963, Peter Fancourt spotted an opportunity.


Care watchdog asks patients to share experiences of Lakeside Healthcare Stamford

30 April 2021
Care watchdog asks patients to share experiences of Lakeside Healthcare Stamford

Care watchdog asks patients to share experiences of Lakeside Healthcare Stamford

30 April 2021

The Care Quality Commission, which inspects GP practices, is asking for patients' experiences of accessing Lakeside Healthcare services in Stamford.


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