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Road is ‘too narrow’ for quarry lorries to pass

Road is ‘too narrow’ for quarry lorries to pass

Road is ‘too narrow’ for quarry lorries to pass

A decision to allow quarrying at a new site was delayed this week after concerns were raised about the width of a road.


Earth-sheltered house application deferred over safety issues

Earth-sheltered house application deferred over safety issues

Earth-sheltered house application deferred over safety issues

A decision on an application to build an earth-sheltered two-storey house and three associated commercial buildings near the A1 has been deferred.


Decision day for quarry

Decision day for quarry

Decision day for quarry

A controversial application to quarry sand and gravel from a new site will be decided next week.


Sisters embark on ‘wild’ month for wildlife trust

Sisters embark on ‘wild’ month for wildlife trust

Sisters embark on ‘wild’ month for wildlife trust

Two young sisters have been getting their hands dirty as part of the UK’s biggest nature challenge.


'The cleanliness of our air has come to the top of the agenda'

'The cleanliness of our air has come to the top of the agenda'

'The cleanliness of our air has come to the top of the agenda'

Vice chairman of countryside charity writes about importance of clean air.


Team Stamford given 'a little love'

Team Stamford given 'a little love'

Team Stamford given 'a little love'

The group behind Stamford's wildflower verges has won the support of Waitrose.


Cheaper grass cutting causes blocked drains

Cheaper grass cutting causes blocked drains

Cheaper grass cutting causes blocked drains

A cheaper grass-cutting service left drains blocked with clippings after heavy rain.


Cutting cars from the school run

Cutting cars from the school run

Cutting cars from the school run

Ryhall Academy is in the running for a national award for their work in a countywide project to make the school run more green.


Helping community spirit to blossom

Helping community spirit to blossom

Helping community spirit to blossom

A wildflower project has brought neighbours together and brightened up their street scene.


Anglian Water pays out £100,000 for polluting natural waterways

Anglian Water pays out £100,000 for polluting natural waterways

Anglian Water pays out £100,000 for polluting natural waterways

A water company had agree to donate money to charities after it broke laws that protect wildlife.


Business ordered to pay almost £10,000 for illegal waste activities

Business ordered to pay almost £10,000 for illegal waste activities

Business ordered to pay almost £10,000 for illegal waste activities

A haulage company and its director have been ordered to pay £9,923 for moving waste in and out of an illegal waste site in Fineshade.


Fun on the farm: discover what's going on in the fields right now

Fun on the farm: discover what's going on in the fields right now

Fun on the farm: discover what's going on in the fields right now

If you stumbled across a sheep on its back, its legs waving in the air, would you know what to do?


Goals set for rubbish and recycling

Goals set for rubbish and recycling

Goals set for rubbish and recycling

Recycling targets have been set out in a public consultation.


Cubs help their leaders fulfil childhood dream

Cubs help their leaders fulfil childhood dream

Cubs help their leaders fulfil childhood dream

Children and leaders from a Cub pack in Deeping have fulfilled a childhood dream.


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