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Plaque for ‘big man’ Daniel Lambert to go up in November

Plaque for ‘big man’ Daniel Lambert to go up in November

Plaque for ‘big man’ Daniel Lambert to go up in November

A society to honour one of Stamford's historical figures has gained planning approval to erect a plaque.


Is this your forever home?

Is this your forever home?

Is this your forever home?

Our property of the week is on the market with Newton Fallowell's Stamford branch.


Stamford gets a taste of Mint Velvet as 'relaxed glamour' clothing store opens its doors

Stamford gets a taste of Mint Velvet as 'relaxed glamour' clothing store opens its doors

Stamford gets a taste of Mint Velvet as 'relaxed glamour' clothing store opens its doors

A clothing chain has added to the varied range of fashion on Stamford's High Street.


Read who made the Good Pub Guide in Rutland and Lincolnshire

Read who made the Good Pub Guide in Rutland and Lincolnshire

Read who made the Good Pub Guide in Rutland and Lincolnshire

The Olive Branch in Clipsham has been named 'Dining Pub of the Year.'


Centenarian Ray Johnston of Bourne had 'an amazing life'

Centenarian Ray Johnston of Bourne had 'an amazing life'

Centenarian Ray Johnston of Bourne had 'an amazing life'

A retired RAF squadron leader had a distinguished career that took him all over the world.


Second Helpings joins Georgian Festival with dance performances

Second Helpings joins Georgian Festival with dance performances

Second Helpings joins Georgian Festival with dance performances

A charity is to add extra colour to Stamford's Georgian Festival.


RAF Wittering receives bust in memory of Spitfire ace Johnnie Johnson

RAF Wittering receives bust in memory of Spitfire ace Johnnie Johnson

RAF Wittering receives bust in memory of Spitfire ace Johnnie Johnson

The World War Two pilot was one of Britain's greatest fighter pilots.


Oakham Party in the Park organised by Rutland Lord Lieutenant Dr Sarah Furness brings communities together

Oakham Party in the Park organised by Rutland Lord Lieutenant Dr Sarah Furness brings communities together

Oakham Party in the Park organised by Rutland Lord Lieutenant Dr Sarah Furness brings communities together

More than 1,000 military and civilians turned up to enjoy the first Party in the Park in Cutts Close, Oakham.


South Kesteven event to advise good causes on crowdfunding

South Kesteven event to advise good causes on crowdfunding

South Kesteven event to advise good causes on crowdfunding

Council believes web-based platform will lead to extra support for good causes.


Last Maxey newspaper deliveries for siblings

Last Maxey newspaper deliveries for siblings

Last Maxey newspaper deliveries for siblings

Three siblings shared paper round over 11 years.


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