The Funny World Of Stand-Up Comedy 4 Kids, Ralph McTell’s Hill Of Beans Tour and performances by the English Youth Ballet are on stage.
Enjoy an afternoon of swashbuckling verse, jaunty music and gallows humour at Stamford Arts Centre on Wednesday, October 23.
Adrian Long was driving on the southbound carriageway of the A1 when he came across the lorry police had just stopped going the wrong way.
County Councillors meet next week to discuss finding a successor to departed chief executive Keith Ireland.
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Plans to build a £2.1m extension to a sports and leisure centre have been approved.
Councillors have had to 'reluctantly' approve a controversial housing scheme.
District councillors told the planning committee meeting the development should go south of the bypass
Customers at a popular truckstop have said they will stop calling in after the current staff leave.
Her winning streak came to an end this week but Stamford woman Marianne Rawlins avoided being in the firing line on BBC One’s The Apprentice.
The drama unfolded in the early hours of this morning (October 17) when the articulated lorry drove the wrong way up a major road.
A couple have offered a £500 reward for the safe return of their dog.
A police officer has released a video appeal in the hunt for Alan Wood's killers.
‘Stamford Health in Retirement’ was hosted by Evergreen Care Trust, Stamford and District Lions, Stamford Town Hall and The Broad Street Practice.
The Oakham and Uppingham Macular Society Support Group will meet for the first time on Thursday, October 31, from 1.30pm to 3.30pm.
A councillor campaigning for the return of a pain clinic to Stamford says she is ‘90 per cent certain’ it will happen.
A lorry has crashed into the central reservation of A1 causing traffic to slow.
An accident has closed a road this afternoon.
People are being warned to avoid a town centre road following a crash.
A street in Stamford is closed for emergency roadworks following an electricity fault that closed Marks and Spencer.
Pupils at a primary school have produced posters to discourage dog fouling on the Elsea Park development in Bourne.
An artefact found during a metal detector rally is to go on show in Oakham
Memorabilia collected by a former schoolmaster will be given to groups interested in Stamford.
A former Thurlby resident and Stamford School pupil, who was one of the brains behind the lithium-ion battery, has won a prestigious award.