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A1 carriageways to be closed over four months for roadworks

A1 carriageways to be closed over four months for roadworks

A1 carriageways to be closed over four months for roadworks

24 May 2021

Alternating closures of the northbound and southbound A1 will be in place from June until late September.


Low-traffic plans gather speed

Low-traffic plans gather speed

Low-traffic plans gather speed

24 May 2021

A group calling to reduce traffic in town centre neighbourhoods has won over support.


Plans for two summer fairs

Plans for two summer fairs

Plans for two summer fairs

22 May 2021

Plans are being drawn up for two fairs to take place in Stamford this summer, but residents have concerns.


'Big Man Rideout' scooter rally will support autism charity

'Big Man Rideout' scooter rally will support autism charity

'Big Man Rideout' scooter rally will support autism charity

22 May 2021

A man who has enjoyed a life-long love of scooters is set to hold his third 'Big Man Rideout' this summer.


'Time for fresh thinking on town centre'

'Time for fresh thinking on town centre'

'Time for fresh thinking on town centre'

21 May 2021

From cycling and pedestrian friendly streets to street cafes, the chairman of Connect Stamford says now is the time to rethink the town centre.


Delicious cocktails and food from around the world on menu at Orbis

Delicious cocktails and food from around the world on menu at Orbis

Delicious cocktails and food from around the world on menu at Orbis

21 May 2021

A new restaurant opens in Stamford tonight (Friday, May 21).


Police officers assaulted in town

Police officers assaulted in town

Police officers assaulted in town

20 May 2021

While tackling crime in the area, police officers received injuries during two separate incidents.


Town café continuously targeted by vandals

Town café continuously targeted by vandals

Town café continuously targeted by vandals

20 May 2021

A café owner has vowed that she won’t ‘give up without a fight’ as vandals continue to target her business.


Police reassure residents following concerns about possible dog thieves

Police reassure residents following concerns about possible dog thieves

Police reassure residents following concerns about possible dog thieves

19 May 2021

Police officers in Stamford have sought to reassure residents following social media posts about possible dog thieves.


Former soldier who survived IRA blast turns to poetry on road to recovery

Former soldier who survived IRA blast turns to poetry on road to recovery

Former soldier who survived IRA blast turns to poetry on road to recovery

18 May 2021

Prison officer who battled depression and anxiety after fatal bomb blast writes debut book to help mental health charity


Bands ready for bank holiday fun

Bands ready for bank holiday fun

Bands ready for bank holiday fun

18 May 2021

While May’s bank holidays have a reputation for rain, hopes are high that August’s will bring glorious sunshine.


Road will reopen earlier than planned because of horse trials cancellation

Road will reopen earlier than planned because of horse trials cancellation

Road will reopen earlier than planned because of horse trials cancellation

17 May 2021

A road due to be closed for repairs to a railway tunnel will reopen ahead of schedule because of the cancellation of the 2021 Burghley Horse Trials.


Cadets clear up litter that's older than they are

Cadets clear up litter that's older than they are

Cadets clear up litter that's older than they are

17 May 2021

Cadets from Stamford Welland Academy were enlisted to complete a special mission in the school grounds.


Trio’s trails will help people explore the Nene Valley

Trio’s trails will help people explore the Nene Valley

Trio’s trails will help people explore the Nene Valley

16 May 2021

Many people have hobbies they like to share with others, but three keen trail runners have gone one step further.


Free talk on financing the future

Free talk on financing the future

Free talk on financing the future

16 May 2021

Free information on how to finance care for a loved one is available through an online talk on Monday from 2pm.


A letter to patients from the doctors at Lakeside Healthcare Stamford

A letter to patients from the doctors at Lakeside Healthcare Stamford

A letter to patients from the doctors at Lakeside Healthcare Stamford

14 May 2021

After a time that’s seen plenty of change, Lakeside doctors pen an open letter to Mercury readers addressing concerns...


Video: Ducklings are a distraction from covid jabs

Video: Ducklings are a distraction from covid jabs

Video: Ducklings are a distraction from covid jabs

14 May 2021

More than a dozen baby birds have been causing a welcome distraction for people having to have their covid jabs.


Have you entered the Mercury Business Awards 2021 yet?

Have you entered the Mercury Business Awards 2021 yet?

Have you entered the Mercury Business Awards 2021 yet?

14 May 2021

Nominations have started coming in for the 16th annual Mercury Business Awards 2021.


Litter dating back years cleared from school grounds

Litter dating back years cleared from school grounds

Litter dating back years cleared from school grounds

14 May 2021

Many years of wind-blown litter have been cleared from a school hedgerow this week.


Tickets on sale for Evergreen Ball

Tickets on sale for Evergreen Ball

Tickets on sale for Evergreen Ball

13 May 2021

People who want an event to look forward to can book tickets for the Evergreen Anniversary Ball.


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