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Club gives floral gifts to town's carers

Club gives floral gifts to town's carers

Club gives floral gifts to town's carers

12 May 2021

Carers were given a delightful spring treat to mark National Flower Arranging Day on Friday last week.


Generous George reaches his £20,000 goal to build a well

Generous George reaches his £20,000 goal to build a well

Generous George reaches his £20,000 goal to build a well

12 May 2021

A dream has come true for a Stamford man who has gone the extra mile to do something special for others.


Celebrant is an awards nominee

Celebrant is an awards nominee

Celebrant is an awards nominee

11 May 2021

A teacher-turned-wedding celebrant has been nominated for an industry award.


Councillor braced for 84-mile solo trek along Hadrian's Wall

Councillor braced for 84-mile solo trek along Hadrian's Wall

Councillor braced for 84-mile solo trek along Hadrian's Wall

11 May 2021

Rutland county councillor Adam Lowe donates April allowances as he looks to raise £3,500 for two county charities


Care worker is recognised for going above and beyond

Care worker is recognised for going above and beyond

Care worker is recognised for going above and beyond

11 May 2021

A care worker from a Stamford-based company has been recognised for going ‘above and beyond’ for clients.


Schoolboy holds fundraising event

Schoolboy holds fundraising event

Schoolboy holds fundraising event

11 May 2021

A schoolboy has raised money for charity following a day full of exercise.


Defibrillator to be installed in old town centre phone box

Defibrillator to be installed in old town centre phone box

Defibrillator to be installed in old town centre phone box

11 May 2021

The Len Pick Trust is set to fund a life-saving machine for Bourne town centre.


A lasting tribute to motor racing history

A lasting tribute to motor racing history

A lasting tribute to motor racing history

11 May 2021

A lasting reminder of Bourne’s motor racing heritage is to be installed in the town.


Scout honoured with rare award

Scout honoured with rare award

Scout honoured with rare award

11 May 2021

A scout has received a rare award after hosting a fundraising event for his group.


Record shop dream becomes reality for care manager and Popmaster champ

Record shop dream becomes reality for care manager and Popmaster champ

Record shop dream becomes reality for care manager and Popmaster champ

10 May 2021

The resurgence of vinyl records has persuaded a music-obsessed family to open a new independent record shop in Oakham


Travelodge hotels reopen ready for leisure customers

Travelodge hotels reopen ready for leisure customers

Travelodge hotels reopen ready for leisure customers

10 May 2021

Two Travelodge hotels in the area are reopening today in preparation to welcome back leisure customers from May 17.


"Everyone was just glad to be out"

"Everyone was just glad to be out"

"Everyone was just glad to be out"

10 May 2021

Organisers say a garden show was a huge success because people were keen to get out.


New councillors fill vacant seats on Stamford Town Council

New councillors fill vacant seats on Stamford Town Council

New councillors fill vacant seats on Stamford Town Council

10 May 2021

Two vacant seats on Stamford Town Council have been filled by new councillors hoping to bring positive changes to the town.


Grandmother pens new books

Grandmother pens new books

Grandmother pens new books

10 May 2021

Lockdown has awakened a grandmother’s creativity with the launch of a children’s book and a poetry collection.


Parkrun is back up and running

Parkrun is back up and running

Parkrun is back up and running

10 May 2021

An eager group of youngsters - and a handful of willing parents - took part in their first Parkrun in more than a year.


Trust founder set to spread vision to other communities

Trust founder set to spread vision to other communities

Trust founder set to spread vision to other communities

09 May 2021

The founder of Evergreen Care Trust is stepping away from her managerial role to help other communities.


Radio office could become flats

Radio office could become flats

Radio office could become flats

09 May 2021

The listed building which used to be home to Rutland Radio could be converted into apartments.


Prisoners use paintings to improve mental health

Prisoners use paintings to improve mental health

Prisoners use paintings to improve mental health

09 May 2021

Art may not be able to cure disease, but it can make coping with a variety of mental health problems easier.


'It is only right we support India with their own Covid-19 battle'

'It is only right we support India with their own Covid-19 battle'

'It is only right we support India with their own Covid-19 battle'

09 May 2021

Gareth Davies MP for Stamford and Bourne discusses vaccines, issues in Stamford’s primary care and India's covid outbreak.


Tomorrow will be a good day

Tomorrow will be a good day

Tomorrow will be a good day

08 May 2021

Rutland columnist Allan Grey takes inspiration from Captain Sir Tom Moore.


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