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Change at the top for RAF base

Change at the top for RAF base

Change at the top for RAF base

11 June 2021

A new station commander has been appointed at RAF Wittering.


New opportunity to 'connect with the community'

New opportunity to 'connect with the community'

New opportunity to 'connect with the community'

11 June 2021

An opportunity has arisen for people to join a small charity that is making a huge impression on the community.


Lion was also a gentle, family man

Lion was also a gentle, family man

Lion was also a gentle, family man

11 June 2021

Tributes have been paid to a dedicated Lion who was a gentle, family man.


Free map shares activities to improve mental wellbeing

Free map shares activities to improve mental wellbeing

Free map shares activities to improve mental wellbeing

10 June 2021

MindSpace Stamford has launched a map to help people look after their mental health.


Girl injured trying to help trapped uncle

Girl injured trying to help trapped uncle

Girl injured trying to help trapped uncle

10 June 2021

A 10-year-old fractured her elbow while trying to help her uncle who became trapped in his own home.


Care home rated inadequate again

Care home rated inadequate again

Care home rated inadequate again

10 June 2021

A Bourne care home has been put back into special measures after being rated inadequate in its latest inspection.


Cash point planned for public toilets

Cash point planned for public toilets

Cash point planned for public toilets

10 June 2021

A cash point could be installed at a public toilet for people to withdraw money as they spend a penny.


Rutland Water ospreys to star on The One Show

Rutland Water ospreys to star on The One Show

Rutland Water ospreys to star on The One Show

09 June 2021

The Rutland Water ospreys are to appear on primetime television tonight (Wednesday) when they appear on BBC One.


Be part of a photo montage to say 'thank you' to volunteers

Be part of a photo montage to say 'thank you' to volunteers

Be part of a photo montage to say 'thank you' to volunteers

09 June 2021

People are being invited by the Evergreen Care Trust to send a photo of themselves raising a glass.


County councillor raises £4.1k in 45-hour solo trek

County councillor raises £4.1k in 45-hour solo trek

County councillor raises £4.1k in 45-hour solo trek

09 June 2021

Adam Lowe endured blistered feet and sunburn in his Hadrian's Wall walk in aid of Rutland causes.


Rare shackled skeleton hailed as unique Roman find

Rare shackled skeleton hailed as unique Roman find

Rare shackled skeleton hailed as unique Roman find

09 June 2021

A skeleton found in Rutland garden suggests rare evidence of slavery in Roman Britain.


Health director speaks out about "Freedom Day"

Health director speaks out about "Freedom Day"

Health director speaks out about "Freedom Day"

09 June 2021

With two weeks to go until the UK's proposed Freedom Day, a public health director gives his assessment of how things stand.


Fruit and veg to be won in lottery 'super-draw'

Fruit and veg to be won in lottery 'super-draw'

Fruit and veg to be won in lottery 'super-draw'

09 June 2021

Ticket holders in a community lottery have a chance to win a year's supply of fruit and veg in a ‘super-draw’ later this month.


New car park and entrance for castle visitors

New car park and entrance for castle visitors

New car park and entrance for castle visitors

09 June 2021

A tourism attraction near Bourne has opened a new entrance and car park as it prepares to start work on an art gallery.


Views sought on how to spend £10,000

Views sought on how to spend £10,000

Views sought on how to spend £10,000

08 June 2021

Ideas are wanted for how a £10,000 high street recovery grant should be spent.


Latest exhibition opens at gallery

Latest exhibition opens at gallery

Latest exhibition opens at gallery

08 June 2021

The latest exhibition at the Willoughby Memorial Trust Gallery in Moreley’s Lane, Corby Glen, opens today (Tuesday).


Walk is no mean feat for Richard

Walk is no mean feat for Richard

Walk is no mean feat for Richard

08 June 2021

A walking enthusiast took on a personal challenge to walk 100 miles in just 48 hours.


Obstruction on the A1

Obstruction on the A1

Obstruction on the A1

08 June 2021

A broken down vehicle has blocked one lane of the A1 today.


Rutland and Stamford could merge under new constituency proposals

Rutland and Stamford could merge under new constituency proposals

Rutland and Stamford could merge under new constituency proposals

08 June 2021

Boundary Commission for England (BCE) proposes new Rutland and Stamford, Grantham, and Melton and Syston constituencies.


Cubs help their leaders fulfil childhood dream

Cubs help their leaders fulfil childhood dream

Cubs help their leaders fulfil childhood dream

08 June 2021

Children and leaders from a Cub pack in Deeping have fulfilled a childhood dream.


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