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Displays aim to draw people into town

Displays aim to draw people into town

Displays aim to draw people into town

02 August 2020

Members of Oakham in Bloom joined together for their first official working party since coronavirus lockdown.


'Cheap foreign imports will put my family out of business after 300 years'

'Cheap foreign imports will put my family out of business after 300 years'

'Cheap foreign imports will put my family out of business after 300 years'

31 July 2020

A farmer whose family has worked the land in Rutland for 300 years says cheap foreign food imports could ruin his livelihood.

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'New plan will be crucial weapon in fight against unwanted developments'

'New plan will be crucial weapon in fight against unwanted developments'

'New plan will be crucial weapon in fight against unwanted developments'

29 July 2020

Members of Stamford Town Council voted to approve a plan that would give residents more control over what gets built and where.


Estate agents named plastic-free champion

Estate agents named plastic-free champion

Estate agents named plastic-free champion

29 July 2020

Another Stamford business has been awarded ‘plastic-free champion’ status as it joins the fight against single use waste.


New £7m road allows more access to 'Jurassic' quarry preserving hundreds of jobs

New £7m road allows more access to 'Jurassic' quarry preserving hundreds of jobs

New £7m road allows more access to 'Jurassic' quarry preserving hundreds of jobs

27 July 2020

A new public road has opened that will allow Hanson Cement in Ketton to continue operating for another 15 years.


Have your say on transport use

Have your say on transport use

Have your say on transport use

26 July 2020

Community group Connect Stamford has launched an online survey to find out more about transport usage.


'I've never known such a good spring or summer for rare butterflies'

'I've never known such a good spring or summer for rare butterflies'

'I've never known such a good spring or summer for rare butterflies'

26 July 2020

A Rippingale nature enthusiast is urging people to keep their eyes peeled for rare species of butterfly.


‘Dispose of your face coverings properly’

‘Dispose of your face coverings properly’

‘Dispose of your face coverings properly’

24 July 2020

A group which aims to free Stamford from single-use plastics is urging people to dispose of their face masks correctly.


Best Kept Village judges deliver glowing reports

Best Kept Village judges deliver glowing reports

Best Kept Village judges deliver glowing reports

22 July 2020

Early feedback from SKDC's Best Kept Village judging confirms that the district's rural communities are in fine shape.


'We're trying to set up home, not a travellers' site'

'We're trying to set up home, not a travellers' site'

'We're trying to set up home, not a travellers' site'

20 July 2020

A gypsy family that bought a plot of land on a Stamford housing estate have said they are simply trying to set up home, not a travellers’ site.


Concerns over algae at pond

Concerns over algae at pond

Concerns over algae at pond

18 July 2020

A charity has responded to concerns surrounding algae on St Peter’s Pool in Bourne.


South Kesteven District Council launch second rewilding project in Stamford

South Kesteven District Council launch second rewilding project in Stamford

South Kesteven District Council launch second rewilding project in Stamford

16 July 2020

New rewilding areas have been unveiled in Stamford on greenspace land at Rutland Heights, owned by South Kesteven District Council.


Big Clean initiative starts again to tidy streets

Big Clean initiative starts again to tidy streets

Big Clean initiative starts again to tidy streets

08 July 2020

The popular Big Clean initiative is back up and running in South Kesteven and aiming to complete an updated summer schedule.


New tools for litter pickers

New tools for litter pickers

New tools for litter pickers

06 July 2020

Volunteer litter pickers have been given a helping hand by a club that donated new equipment to its cause.


Harnessing power of social media for clean-up

Harnessing power of social media for clean-up

Harnessing power of social media for clean-up

03 July 2020

A business owner is using the power of social media to host a virtual clean up and promote sustainable living.


Church will 'fall into disuse' without £360,000 upgrade

Church will 'fall into disuse' without £360,000 upgrade

Church will 'fall into disuse' without £360,000 upgrade

02 July 2020

Leaders at a medieval church are looking to raise £360,000 to carry out crucial repairs and upgrades before it “falls into disuse”.


Report sets benchmark for council's carbon reduction pledge

Report sets benchmark for council's carbon reduction pledge

Report sets benchmark for council's carbon reduction pledge

29 June 2020

South Kesteven District Council has published report by Carbon Trust.


Pigeons make unwelcome deposits at bank

Pigeons make unwelcome deposits at bank

Pigeons make unwelcome deposits at bank

29 June 2020

A bank in Bourne has been dealing with some unwelcome deposits - from the local pigeons.


More waste will be accepted at the tip

More waste will be accepted at the tip

More waste will be accepted at the tip

25 June 2020

More waste will be accepted at the county's tips from next week.


Recycling centre running safely thanks to 'considerate' users

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.


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