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Drinkers break social distancing rules in queue for Stamford pub

Drinkers break social distancing rules in queue for Stamford pub

Drinkers break social distancing rules in queue for Stamford pub

14 August 2020

A queue of drinkers celebrating A-level results day were turned away from The Stamford Post after the pub reached its full capacity.


Designs revealed for former ambulance station

Designs revealed for former ambulance station

Designs revealed for former ambulance station

14 August 2020

This is how a former ambulance and fire station in Stamford will look after a major overhaul.


22 people in Lincolnshire test positive for Covid-19 following outbreak at Newark Bakkavor factory

22 people in Lincolnshire test positive for Covid-19 following outbreak at Newark Bakkavor factory

22 people in Lincolnshire test positive for Covid-19 following outbreak at Newark Bakkavor factory

14 August 2020

More than 50 of the 1,600 employees at the factory have tested positive.


Rutland Radio brand to be dropped

Rutland Radio brand to be dropped

Rutland Radio brand to be dropped

13 August 2020

Bauer Media is pushing ahead with plans to rebrand Rutland Radio on September 1.


Hospitality industry welcomes the Eat Out to Help Out scheme

Hospitality industry welcomes the Eat Out to Help Out scheme

Hospitality industry welcomes the Eat Out to Help Out scheme

12 August 2020

The Eat Out to Help Out scheme has been celebrated by many customers but has it had the desired effect on eateries?


Work starts on watersports venue

Work starts on watersports venue

Work starts on watersports venue

12 August 2020

A family is looking forward to opening a new watersports venue next year.


Couple who lost their jobs and shielded vulnerable baby through lockdown start new business

Couple who lost their jobs and shielded vulnerable baby through lockdown start new business

Couple who lost their jobs and shielded vulnerable baby through lockdown start new business

12 August 2020

A couple who lost their jobs over lockdown and have been shielding with a vulnerable baby have now launched their own culinary business.


Church community helps struggling family start card business

Church community helps struggling family start card business

Church community helps struggling family start card business

11 August 2020

Ten months ago the Nicholls family found themselves struggling after mum-of-three Rachel was admitted to a mental health unit.


A third of workers at coronavirus-hit factory in Newark live in Lincolnshire

A third of workers at coronavirus-hit factory in Newark live in Lincolnshire

A third of workers at coronavirus-hit factory in Newark live in Lincolnshire

11 August 2020

Health bosses estimate that a third of workers at a Newark factory, which is dealing with a coronavirus outbreak, actually live in Lincolnshire.


Government urges people to shop local - but Stamford needs no encouragement

Government urges people to shop local - but Stamford needs no encouragement

Government urges people to shop local - but Stamford needs no encouragement

10 August 2020

People are being urged to ‘shop local’ this week as part of a government scheme to support high streets across the country.


Entrepreneur, 12, sets up business

Entrepreneur, 12, sets up business

Entrepreneur, 12, sets up business

10 August 2020

A budding entrepreneur has set up his own bird box-making business.


Business is icing on cake for couple

Business is icing on cake for couple

Business is icing on cake for couple

09 August 2020

A couple have started up a new business in a bid to fulfil their culinary dream.


Council company's boss leaves amid cost-saving management 'streamlining'

Council company's boss leaves amid cost-saving management 'streamlining'

Council company's boss leaves amid cost-saving management 'streamlining'

06 August 2020

A council-owned economic regeneration company has "streamlined" its management team to save money and refocus.


Company closes town centre branches

Company closes town centre branches

Company closes town centre branches

05 August 2020

A clothing store has announced the closure of two branches.


WH Smith to slash up to 1,500 jobs amid ‘slow’ Covid-19 recovery

WH Smith to slash up to 1,500 jobs amid ‘slow’ Covid-19 recovery

WH Smith to slash up to 1,500 jobs amid ‘slow’ Covid-19 recovery

05 August 2020

WH Smith is planning to cut up to 1,500 jobs as bosses said its recovery from the Covid-19 lockdown has been “slow”.


Carole makes a dog's dinner of her business - in a good way!

Carole makes a dog's dinner of her business - in a good way!

Carole makes a dog's dinner of her business - in a good way!

04 August 2020

The dishes may sound like haute cuisine, but they're actually dog food.


1,100 jobs at risk as Pizza Express eyes around 67 restaurant closures

1,100 jobs at risk as Pizza Express eyes around 67 restaurant closures

1,100 jobs at risk as Pizza Express eyes around 67 restaurant closures

04 August 2020

Pizza Express could close about 67 of its UK restaurants, with up to 1,100 jobs at risk, as part of a restructuring plan to shore up its finances.


Travel agent announces job cuts

Travel agent announces job cuts

Travel agent announces job cuts

03 August 2020

Hays Travel is to cut up to 878 jobs out of a total workforce of 4,500 people, the firm announced.


Housing development is up for award

Housing development is up for award

Housing development is up for award

02 August 2020

A new homes development is in the running to win a building industry award.


Small in stature but a pillar of the community

Small in stature but a pillar of the community

Small in stature but a pillar of the community

01 August 2020

Town councillor Julie Clarke talks about her life as an engineer, businesswoman, children's author and magistrate


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