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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


Call for South Kesteven to save hens from slaughter

Call for South Kesteven to save hens from slaughter

Call for South Kesteven to save hens from slaughter

12 August 2018

Charity plans big give away in September


Glorious weather draws the crowds to savour the open gardens day in Edith Weston

Glorious weather draws the crowds to savour the open gardens day in Edith Weston

Glorious weather draws the crowds to savour the open gardens day in Edith Weston

11 June 2018

Hundreds enjoy the open gardens event in Edith Weston and raise more than £2000 for repairs to the village church


Thousands flock to Burghley House to witness the Magic of Motown

Thousands flock to Burghley House to witness the Magic of Motown

Thousands flock to Burghley House to witness the Magic of Motown

11 June 2018

The Magic of Motown musical extravaganza attracts large crowds to Burghley House


Stamford’s streets turn red

Stamford’s streets turn red

Stamford’s streets turn red

30 April 2018

More than 150 women gathered in Stamford to mark the 20th anniversary of the Founder’s Day of the Red Hat Society.


Morrisons Stamford auctioning off Star Wars cut-outs

Morrisons Stamford auctioning off Star Wars cut-outs

Morrisons Stamford auctioning off Star Wars cut-outs

23 April 2018

A supermarket is auctioning off life-sized cut-outs of Star Wars characters to help charity.


Men will sing for good cause

Men will sing for good cause

08 April 2018

A number of men from Stamford and Rutland will be performing live on stage in Men United in Song, a charity concert supporting Prostate Cancer UK at Peterborough’s Cresset Theatre on Saturday, April 14.


Majestic trees set for the axe

Majestic trees set for the axe

Majestic trees set for the axe

08 April 2018

The skyline of a picturesque Rutland village will lose two of its distinct landmarks after planning officers approved the felling of two giant cedar trees.


Rob on target to help[ talented Wildcats dance troupe

Rob on target to help[ talented Wildcats dance troupe

Rob on target to help[ talented Wildcats dance troupe

07 April 2018

A mammoth 12-hour charity darts match has raised more than £620 to help a dance troupe perform at Disneyland Paris.


Spit and bite protection issued to Lincolnshire police officers

Spit and bite protection issued to Lincolnshire police officers

Spit and bite protection issued to Lincolnshire police officers

06 April 2018

Police officers in Lincolnshire will now have the use of spit and bite guards as part of a crackdown on staff assaults.


Drugs firms profiteer from NHS by hiking cancer drugs prices

Drugs firms profiteer from NHS by hiking cancer drugs prices

Drugs firms profiteer from NHS by hiking cancer drugs prices

30 January 2017

Drug companies are profiteering from the NHS to the tune of £1 billion because they have unjustifiably hiked prices of cancer medicine, experts warn.


One in ten Brits never have a good morning

One in ten Brits never have a good morning

One in ten Brits never have a good morning

27 January 2017

One in ten Brits reckon they NEVER have a good morning - and a quarter seldom enjoying more than two good mornings a week, a study has found.


What is the most important ingredient in your full English breakfast?

What is the most important ingredient in your full English breakfast?

What is the most important ingredient in your full English breakfast?

25 January 2017

For many Brits there’s nothing better than a greasy, full English but with so much to include on the plate, what’s your must-have ingredient?


French plaits, Barbie’s boyfriend and Olly Murs songs - things only dads of daughters will know

French plaits, Barbie’s boyfriend and Olly Murs songs - things only dads of daughters will know

French plaits, Barbie’s boyfriend and Olly Murs songs - things only dads of daughters will know

24 January 2017

How to French plait, who Barbie’s boyfriend is and all the words to Olly Murs’ ‘Troublemaker’ are just some of the things only Dads of Daughters will know, according to a new survey.


’Pointless’ work performance reviews driving workers to tears

’Pointless’ work performance reviews driving workers to tears

’Pointless’ work performance reviews driving workers to tears

23 January 2017

Most workers believe that performance reviews are a waste of time, a new study has found.


35% of British workers admit to having got away with a nap at work

35% of British workers admit to having got away with a nap at work

35% of British workers admit to having got away with a nap at work

18 January 2017

Take a look around your office. If a new study is to be believed, 35 per cent of your colleagues have taken a nap on the job and got away with it. And only 12 per cent say they have had been disciplined by their boss for sleeping at work.


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