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New hedge is helping to tidy a once-scruffy area of town

New hedge is helping to tidy a once-scruffy area of town

New hedge is helping to tidy a once-scruffy area of town

27 September 2021

A group of residents has planted a hedge to help create a more pleasant environment.


Builders clear land near Bridge 234

Builders clear land near Bridge 234

Builders clear land near Bridge 234

25 September 2021

Land earmarked for part of the Elsea Park housing development has begun to be cleared.


What do you love about your high street?

What do you love about your high street?

What do you love about your high street?

20 September 2021

Whether it’s the memory of the place you bought your first ever album or a place you go to meet friends and family, Historic England wants to know.


Autumn provides a chance to see new species of wildlife to spot

Autumn provides a chance to see new species of wildlife to spot

Autumn provides a chance to see new species of wildlife to spot

18 September 2021

As autumn progresses, we have the opportunity to witness a wide variety of wildlife, says Rippingale naturalist and columnist Ian Misselbrook.


Supermarket carrier bag price rise trialled

Supermarket carrier bag price rise trialled

Supermarket carrier bag price rise trialled

14 September 2021

Shoppers could be charged 50p for carrier bags in a bid to end single-use plastic.


New quarry sparks HGV concerns on busy 'rat run'

New quarry sparks HGV concerns on busy 'rat run'

New quarry sparks HGV concerns on busy 'rat run'

09 September 2021

Plans for a new quarry near Greatford were given the go ahead on Monday despite traffic safety concerns of adding HGVs to a busy 'rat run'.


Call for cans to help make outdoor gym a reality for town

Call for cans to help make outdoor gym a reality for town

Call for cans to help make outdoor gym a reality for town

08 September 2021

People are being asked to collect drink cans to raise money towards a proposed outdoor gym.


Waste water rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

Waste water rules relaxed over chemical shortage caused by Brexit

08 September 2021

Partially-treated waste water could be released into rivers and seas because of a chemical shortage caused by Brexit.


Major tree planting project launched

Major tree planting project launched

Major tree planting project launched

08 September 2021

Burghley Estate has announced a restoration programme to ensure the future of The William Cecil Wood for the next 200 years.


Town named a top place to move to

Town named a top place to move to

Town named a top place to move to

07 September 2021

Stamford has been rated one of the most picturesque places in the UK, according to Instagram data.


‘We’re more like Clarkson’s Farm than Countryfile’

‘We’re more like Clarkson’s Farm than Countryfile’

‘We’re more like Clarkson’s Farm than Countryfile’

05 September 2021

As harvest time changes the shape of the countryside, the Genevers of Uffington reflect on the way farming is portrayed on TV.


The benefits of wildflower grass verges

The benefits of wildflower grass verges

The benefits of wildflower grass verges

05 September 2021

Stamford Climate Action Group focuses on the benefits of wildflower verges in its first monthly column.


Owls that for an introduction?

Owls that for an introduction?

Owls that for an introduction?

03 September 2021

Four newborn owls, who have lived their first few weeks in front of a camera watched by thousands, have been ringed as they prepare to fledge.


‘Drinking fountain will reduce plastic waste’

‘Drinking fountain will reduce plastic waste’

‘Drinking fountain will reduce plastic waste’

03 September 2021

A water dispenser looks set to arrive in Stamford in a bid to stop people buying drinks in single-use plastic bottles.


Floral additions made High Street bloom

Floral additions made High Street bloom

Floral additions made High Street bloom

31 August 2021

New floral arrangements were added to Stamford on Saturday in a bid to support the Shop Stamford initiative.


Power cut affects homes

Power cut affects homes

Power cut affects homes

31 August 2021

Parts of an estate in Bourne will have a planned power cut lasting the whole of today.


Get 'gleaning' to cut fruit and veg waste

Get 'gleaning' to cut fruit and veg waste

Get 'gleaning' to cut fruit and veg waste

31 August 2021

Farmers and gardeners are being invited to a 'gleaning' event to tackle food waste.


Jigsaw festival helps town to look more rosy

Jigsaw festival helps town to look more rosy

Jigsaw festival helps town to look more rosy

31 August 2021

A jigsaw festival looks set to have raised more than £1,000 towards the upkeep of a town.


Views to be gathered on low traffic zone

Views to be gathered on low traffic zone

Views to be gathered on low traffic zone

30 August 2021

In just three weeks’ time people will be asked to share their views on plans to cut traffic from an area of town.


Food waste bin trial looks set to extended

Food waste bin trial looks set to extended

Food waste bin trial looks set to extended

27 August 2021

People could be receiving a new bin following the success of a two-and-a-half-year trial.


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