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Travel agent announces job cuts

Travel agent announces job cuts

Travel agent announces job cuts

03 August 2020

Hays Travel is to cut up to 878 jobs out of a total workforce of 4,500 people, the firm announced.


New College Stamford renamed as merger becomes official

New College Stamford renamed as merger becomes official

New College Stamford renamed as merger becomes official

03 August 2020

New College Stamford and Peterborough Regional College have officially merged.


Recipe creator encourages food which is in ‘harmony with nature’

Recipe creator encourages food which is in ‘harmony with nature’

Recipe creator encourages food which is in ‘harmony with nature’

02 August 2020

A former Stamford High School pupil wants to encourage people to look more carefully at what they are eating.


Police vow to trace vandals through CCTV

Police vow to trace vandals through CCTV

Police vow to trace vandals through CCTV

02 August 2020

Vandals struck across a town centre leaving a trail of upended litter bins and damage to floral displays.


Firefighters called to Stamford Meadows

Firefighters called to Stamford Meadows

Firefighters called to Stamford Meadows

02 August 2020

Firefighters put out a fire at Bath Row in Stamford this lunchtime (Sunday, August 2).


Small in stature but a pillar of the community

Small in stature but a pillar of the community

Small in stature but a pillar of the community

01 August 2020

Town councillor Julie Clarke talks about her life as an engineer, businesswoman, children's author and magistrate


Classical music show in town churchyard would 'disrespect those buried there'

Classical music show in town churchyard would 'disrespect those buried there'

Classical music show in town churchyard would 'disrespect those buried there'

31 July 2020

A classical music fan is the latest to be refused permission to put on entertainment in a Stamford graveyard.


Old copies of the Mercury to go under the hammer

Old copies of the Mercury to go under the hammer

Old copies of the Mercury to go under the hammer

31 July 2020

Copies of the Rutland and Stamford Mercury from the mid-1800s will be on sale with Batemans auctioneers tomorrow (Saturday, August 1).


Car park charges return in Stamford

Car park charges return in Stamford

Car park charges return in Stamford

30 July 2020

Parking charges suspended at the height of the coronavirus pandemic are to be reinstated in council-run car parks from Saturday (August 1).


New Mayor of Stamford sworn in

New Mayor of Stamford sworn in

New Mayor of Stamford sworn in

30 July 2020

A new Mayor of Stamford has been sworn in following the death of Coun Maxine Couch.


'New plan will be crucial weapon in fight against unwanted developments'

'New plan will be crucial weapon in fight against unwanted developments'

'New plan will be crucial weapon in fight against unwanted developments'

29 July 2020

Members of Stamford Town Council voted to approve a plan that would give residents more control over what gets built and where.


Estate agents named plastic-free champion

Estate agents named plastic-free champion

Estate agents named plastic-free champion

29 July 2020

Another Stamford business has been awarded ‘plastic-free champion’ status as it joins the fight against single use waste.


Interactive map shows where and when people died with Covid-19

Interactive map shows where and when people died with Covid-19

Interactive map shows where and when people died with Covid-19

28 July 2020

An interactive map shows the deaths of more than 50 people in the area have been attributed to coronavirus.


Hot weather is on its way

Hot weather is on its way

Hot weather is on its way

28 July 2020

Temperatures are set to soar later this week, bringing a cooler spell to an end.


'Frightening time' for arts venue

'Frightening time' for arts venue

'Frightening time' for arts venue

28 July 2020

An arts venue manager has been left concerned for the future because Government funding remains ambiguous.


MP takes part in ‘walk for water’ campaign

MP takes part in ‘walk for water’ campaign

MP takes part in ‘walk for water’ campaign

27 July 2020

A Stamford couple were joined by a special guest as they continued with their ‘walking for water’ challenge.


Sawn-off shotgun pulled out of river

Sawn-off shotgun pulled out of river

Sawn-off shotgun pulled out of river

25 July 2020

A couple who took up magnet fishing as a hobby have pulled a weapon and ammunition out of the River Welland.


'Beer garden' plan for town road is resubmitted

'Beer garden' plan for town road is resubmitted

'Beer garden' plan for town road is resubmitted

24 July 2020

An application to use a road for outdoor drinking has been refused - but the pub owner behind the plan isn't giving up.


‘Dispose of your face coverings properly’

‘Dispose of your face coverings properly’

‘Dispose of your face coverings properly’

24 July 2020

A group which aims to free Stamford from single-use plastics is urging people to dispose of their face masks correctly.


Baby is born in the back of a moving car

Baby is born in the back of a moving car

Baby is born in the back of a moving car

24 July 2020

A couple welcoming their fourth child into the world, were not expecting his arrival to be in the back of the car.


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