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Black panther reported in woods south of Stamford

Black panther reported in woods south of Stamford

Black panther reported in woods south of Stamford

02 April 2019

"I don't want any harm to come to the animal. It's not hurting anybody!


Cigar emporium opens - a first in Lincolnshire

Cigar emporium opens - a first in Lincolnshire

Cigar emporium opens - a first in Lincolnshire

25 March 2019

New shop is at former JR Callow and Son tobacconist and confectionary store


Video: Memorial train steams through Stamford

Video: Memorial train steams through Stamford

Video: Memorial train steams through Stamford

18 March 2019

1945 British India Line loco pulls Nigel Dobbing tribute train through Stamford Railway Station


Woodwork a shed load of fun

Woodwork a shed load of fun

Woodwork a shed load of fun

16 March 2019

Women in Sheds is a 'sawing' success


Hen re-homing day to take place in Stamford

Hen re-homing day to take place in Stamford

Hen re-homing day to take place in Stamford

15 March 2019

240 hens available


Beware the Ides of March at Tolethorpe

Beware the Ides of March at Tolethorpe

Beware the Ides of March at Tolethorpe

15 March 2019

What today's date meant to the Romans


Reverend takes an unusual route to Stamford church

Reverend takes an unusual route to Stamford church

Reverend takes an unusual route to Stamford church

22 February 2019

From toupee rep to Princeton graduate - the unusual life of Rev Peter


Wet wipes ‘fat berg monster’ removed from Stamford drains

Wet wipes ‘fat berg monster’ removed from Stamford drains

Wet wipes ‘fat berg monster’ removed from Stamford drains

19 February 2019

Anglian Water says such 'fatbergs' can be avoided


Illustrator to host sale of 'Wonky' work

Illustrator to host sale of 'Wonky' work

Illustrator to host sale of 'Wonky' work

17 February 2019

Chance to buy Katie Cardew illustrations


Ellie from Stamford gives first aid in burlesque costume

Ellie from Stamford gives first aid in burlesque costume

Ellie from Stamford gives first aid in burlesque costume

15 February 2019

Ellie Whitefield, 40, was on her way home from teaching a dance class in Rutland when she and her husband, Jamie, came across a two-car accident


Nifty idea to keep town poop-free

Nifty idea to keep town poop-free

Nifty idea to keep town poop-free

14 February 2019

Stamford cubs and scouts create poop scoop bag dispensers


Inventor puts Joe Wicks to the test

Inventor puts Joe Wicks to the test

Inventor puts Joe Wicks to the test

13 February 2019

Colin Furze's latest crazy invention


Uncovering the mystery of the carved wings on an Easton house

Uncovering the mystery of the carved wings on an Easton house

Uncovering the mystery of the carved wings on an Easton house

29 December 2018

When Paul Way answered the knock on the door of his Easton-on-the-Hill home, he welcomed a small group of people with quite a story to impart


Owners of historic Market Deeping home just the "caretakers" for now

Owners of historic Market Deeping home just the "caretakers" for now

Owners of historic Market Deeping home just the "caretakers" for now

29 December 2018

Market Deeping Mayor David Shelton and wife Nicky own and live in the town's oldest private residence


Stamford volunteer travels at 100mph to raise funds

Stamford volunteer travels at 100mph to raise funds

Stamford volunteer travels at 100mph to raise funds

24 October 2018

Lorraine Boon ‘flew’ down Velocity 2 at Zip World in Wales in June, raising £529.51 meaning holistic therapy evenings can be held twice a month


Stamford choir to promote Queen film in London

Stamford choir to promote Queen film in London

Stamford choir to promote Queen film in London

23 October 2018

Local choir network S!NGS will be performing to London commuters tomorrow (October 24) to promote a film about Queen


Zombie apocalypse hits Stamford Rugby Club

Zombie apocalypse hits Stamford Rugby Club

Zombie apocalypse hits Stamford Rugby Club

23 October 2018

Around 100 Rugby-mad youngsters donned creepy masks and monster-like facepaint and hit the pitch to raise money for the junior sides


Autumn blues hit the East Midlands and nearly half admit to needing an energy boost in October

Autumn blues hit the East Midlands and nearly half admit to needing an energy boost in October

Autumn blues hit the East Midlands and nearly half admit to needing an energy boost in October

18 October 2018

New research by E.ON has revealed almost half of people from the East Midlands admit to having lower energy levels and needing a recharge.


Celebrating with a drop of gin

Celebrating with a drop of gin

Celebrating with a drop of gin

06 October 2018

Barnsdale Hall Hotel hosted the gin tasting evening on Thursday last week in aid of For Rutland


People in Lincolnshire are less happy than a year ago

People in Lincolnshire are less happy than a year ago

People in Lincolnshire are less happy than a year ago

27 September 2018

This year's score of 7.54 was a drop from 2016-17, when happiness was at 7.55


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