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'As we progress through the roadmap to recovery, non-covid work continues'

'As we progress through the roadmap to recovery, non-covid work continues'

'As we progress through the roadmap to recovery, non-covid work continues'

28 March 2021

Gareth Davies MP for Stamford and Bourne discusses the Police and Crime Bill in his latest column.


Stamford Town Council asked to invest in scheme to light Barnack Road in wake of Sarah Everard murder

Stamford Town Council asked to invest in scheme to light Barnack Road in wake of Sarah Everard murder

Stamford Town Council asked to invest in scheme to light Barnack Road in wake of Sarah Everard murder

26 March 2021

Julie Clarke believes no woman should have to walk home alone by torchlight in a secluded Stamford road where the lights go off after midnight.


Time capsule buried to commemorate council

Time capsule buried to commemorate council

Time capsule buried to commemorate council

25 March 2021

A time capsule has been buried to commemorate the end of East Northamptonshire Council.


End of an era for council as they hold final meeting

End of an era for council as they hold final meeting

End of an era for council as they hold final meeting

24 March 2021

After 47 years, East Northamptonshire Council has met for the final time before it ceases to exist at the end of this month.


Make your mark as town councillor

Make your mark as town councillor

Make your mark as town councillor

22 March 2021

Residents are being invited to become more involved in community matters by joining Oakham Town Council.


A sense of optimism as lockdown is lifted and spring arrives

A sense of optimism as lockdown is lifted and spring arrives

A sense of optimism as lockdown is lifted and spring arrives

20 March 2021

South Kesteven District Council leader Kelham Cooke (Con) writes his column.


Use your right to vote to make a difference

Use your right to vote to make a difference

Use your right to vote to make a difference

20 March 2021

Lincolnshire County Council elections will be held in May and even if you don't feel comfortable going to a polling station, there are ways to vote.


Residents tell those wanting votes not to knock on their doors

Residents tell those wanting votes not to knock on their doors

Residents tell those wanting votes not to knock on their doors

19 March 2021

People want election canvassers to keep away from their homes - partly due to concerns about coronavirus.


People in 71 military homes given a year to find new places to live

People in 71 military homes given a year to find new places to live

People in 71 military homes given a year to find new places to live

19 March 2021

The MP for Wittering has welcomed a decision to extend the notice period for more than 70 households who face eviction.


Homes plan and bridge demolition approved

Homes plan and bridge demolition approved

Homes plan and bridge demolition approved

17 March 2021

Pleas to save a historic bridge from demolition have failed after planning permission was granted for the final stage of development at Elsea Park.


Web meeting for all Stamford residents

Web meeting for all Stamford residents

Web meeting for all Stamford residents

17 March 2021

People in Stamford parish are invited to the annual town meeting.


Decision delayed on Cummins redevelopment

Decision delayed on Cummins redevelopment

Decision delayed on Cummins redevelopment

17 March 2021

A decision on a major new development in Stamford will not be taken this week as previously planned.


'Street lights have no impact on night crime'

'Street lights have no impact on night crime'

'Street lights have no impact on night crime'

17 March 2021

Lincolnshire County Council said women’s safety is “about much more than streetlights” and lighting has “no impact on night-time crime levels”.


Plans for a new crematorium narrowly approved

Plans for a new crematorium narrowly approved

Plans for a new crematorium narrowly approved

16 March 2021

Plans for a new crematorium have tonight been narrowly given the go-ahead despite concerns from village residents.


Poll: Should people knock on doors to canvass election votes?

Poll: Should people knock on doors to canvass election votes?

Poll: Should people knock on doors to canvass election votes?

16 March 2021

With the May 6 local elections looming, candidates going to the polls face a crucial question in the run up to the big day.


Thousands of pounds help good causes

Thousands of pounds help good causes

Thousands of pounds help good causes

16 March 2021

Community groups have benefited from a boost in funding this year.


'Cobbles' to be removed from Red Lion Square

'Cobbles' to be removed from Red Lion Square

'Cobbles' to be removed from Red Lion Square

15 March 2021

The stone surface in a Stamford town square is to be ripped up and replaced.


Former MP to publish his diaries

Former MP to publish his diaries

Former MP to publish his diaries

11 March 2021

Former Rutland MP Alan Duncan will publish his diaries in a new book next month.


Homes plan which includes bridge demolition looks likely to get green light

Homes plan which includes bridge demolition looks likely to get green light

Homes plan which includes bridge demolition looks likely to get green light

10 March 2021

Plans for 373 homes to be built in Bourne are recommended for approval next week, which will include the demolition of Bridge 234.


Armed forces veterans will be recognised in this month's census

Armed forces veterans will be recognised in this month's census

Armed forces veterans will be recognised in this month's census

09 March 2021

Armed Forces veterans across South Kesteven have their first ever chance to have their service recognised in the national census.


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