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Three-year-old wages war against litter

Three-year-old wages war against litter

Three-year-old wages war against litter

12 December 2020

A child from Bourne has been taking to the streets more than four times a week to collect litter which is polluting the town.


Plans to extend site for hazardous and radioactive waste concern villagers and environmental group

Plans to extend site for hazardous and radioactive waste concern villagers and environmental group

Plans to extend site for hazardous and radioactive waste concern villagers and environmental group

11 December 2020

Villagers have been granted extra time to lodge comments about plans to expand a landfill site for hazardous and low level radioactive waste


Children join forces and make pledges to save the planet

Children join forces and make pledges to save the planet

Children join forces and make pledges to save the planet

30 November 2020

A group of Year 6 children have joined together virtually to promote the importance of saving the planet.


Rutland Water visitors asked to be alert as invasive non-native mussel spotted

Rutland Water visitors asked to be alert as invasive non-native mussel spotted

Rutland Water visitors asked to be alert as invasive non-native mussel spotted

27 November 2020

Environment Agency asks public for help to limit spread of prolific non-native mussel at Rutland Water


Opening the door to hidden secrets

Opening the door to hidden secrets

Opening the door to hidden secrets

23 November 2020

Researcher Stuart Henderson has opened the door to some of the secrets hidden within our surroundings.


Video captures moment kingfisher flew into kitchen

Video captures moment kingfisher flew into kitchen

Video captures moment kingfisher flew into kitchen

21 November 2020

A woman had an incredible encounter with a kingfisher which flew into her kitchen and got trapped on the windowsill.


Replacement bridge gives unbridled access

Replacement bridge gives unbridled access

Replacement bridge gives unbridled access

20 November 2020

A public right of way crossing the River Welland has reopened after an old footbridge was replaced.


Have you had a say on the local plan?

Have you had a say on the local plan?

Have you had a say on the local plan?

20 November 2020

A six-week public consultation to help keep a planning policy document fresh ends on Monday.


Have a say on paths and cycle routes

Have a say on paths and cycle routes

Have a say on paths and cycle routes

18 November 2020

People are being asked how a pot of nearly £800,000 can be spent to help pedestrians and cyclists in Lincolnshire.


Waste plan for town is thrown out by council

Waste plan for town is thrown out by council

Waste plan for town is thrown out by council

16 November 2020

Plans to use agricultural land on the edge of Bourne for processing up to 75,000 tonnes of waste each year have been rejected by a council.


McRubbish blights town streets

McRubbish blights town streets

McRubbish blights town streets

12 November 2020

Rutland's first branch of McDonald's has already created an increase in litter, according to a campaigner from Litter Free Rutland.


Plea to dress your own trees as event is called off

Plea to dress your own trees as event is called off

Plea to dress your own trees as event is called off

11 November 2020

People are being urged to dress up the trees in their garden after a popular event had to be called off.


Council to publish its report on its carbon footprint

Council to publish its report on its carbon footprint

Council to publish its report on its carbon footprint

05 November 2020

A year after a council declared a climate emergency, it will report on the mixed blessings of working from home.


Green space saved for a community

Green space saved for a community

Green space saved for a community

01 November 2020

Plans to build up to 260 homes on public open space have been rejected this week.


Gold bin for winner of best kept village contest

Gold bin for winner of best kept village contest

Gold bin for winner of best kept village contest

30 October 2020

A small village has been presented with its prizes for taking top place in a best kept village awards.


Woodland to pay tribute to victims

Woodland to pay tribute to victims

Woodland to pay tribute to victims

22 October 2020

The Rotary Club of Uppingham is fundraising to create a woodland in memory of victims of Covid-19 from Rutland.


Art on display for One World Week

Art on display for One World Week

Art on display for One World Week

21 October 2020

Students from Stamford College are marking One World Week with an exhibition of their art.


Ajay to host documentary

Ajay to host documentary

Ajay to host documentary

21 October 2020

A Market Deeping conservationist will be presenting a prime-time TV documentary about bats on Monday.


Birders join to raise funds

Birders join to raise funds

Birders join to raise funds

16 October 2020

Birders will come together for the first Global Bird Weekend - the brainchild of Tim Appleton.


New shop aims to help people ditch plastic

New shop aims to help people ditch plastic

New shop aims to help people ditch plastic

14 October 2020

People keen to ditch the plastic from their shopping baskets can do more for the environment thanks to a new venture.


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