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New exhibition looks at early years of Rutland's village schools

New exhibition looks at early years of Rutland's village schools

New exhibition looks at early years of Rutland's village schools

New exhibition looks at village schools in Rutland from the Victorian era to the 1920s.


Take a steam train back to the 1940s at preserved line

Take a steam train back to the 1940s at preserved line

Take a steam train back to the 1940s at preserved line

Full steam ahead for a 1940s day at preserved railway on Saturday


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.


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.


A right royal Tudor festival delights at Collyweston

A right royal Tudor festival delights at Collyweston

A right royal Tudor festival delights at Collyweston

Experts were questioned about the existence of Collyweston Palace.


Tributes to the Stamford IT expert who will be remembered for her passion for history

Tributes to the Stamford IT expert who will be remembered for her passion for history

Tributes to the Stamford IT expert who will be remembered for her passion for history

A celebration of the life of Gwyneth Gibbs will take place on Wednesday.


Which of our towns is rarely the subject of a history book?

Which of our towns is rarely the subject of a history book?

Which of our towns is rarely the subject of a history book?

Author Anthony Jennings says he has been inspired to write a book based on his newspaper articles.


Death of 32 airmen commemorated in village service near Stamford

Death of 32 airmen commemorated in village service near Stamford

Death of 32 airmen commemorated in village service near Stamford

There was just one survivor.


Plaque for Stamford's ‘big man’

Plaque for Stamford's ‘big man’

Plaque for Stamford's ‘big man’

England's fattest man died in Stamford and is buried here.


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