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Wild things will happen on our roadside verges

Wild things will happen on our roadside verges

Wild things will happen on our roadside verges

While many town improvements have proved divisive, there is one which seems to be winning universal support.


Charity to create ‘green corridor’

Charity to create ‘green corridor’

Charity to create ‘green corridor’

A new charity has been set up by a team of determined volunteers to protect and improve the environment around the old Oakham Canal.


“Seeing volunteers picking up other people’s litter sends a loud message"

“Seeing volunteers picking up other people’s litter sends a loud message"

“Seeing volunteers picking up other people’s litter sends a loud message"

As the prime minister gets 'hot on litter', the Keep Britain Tidy boss praises volunteer groups.


Share your views on climate change

Share your views on climate change

Share your views on climate change

People who live in Rutland are being asked for their views on climate change and getting around as part of the Future Rutland Conversation.


Recycling bins go on trial in town centre

Recycling bins go on trial in town centre

Recycling bins go on trial in town centre

Two recycling bins are being tried out before any taxpayers' money is invested in a wider scheme.


Team Stamford gets busy attracting bees

Team Stamford gets busy attracting bees

Team Stamford gets busy attracting bees

Wildlife will benefit from the work of volunteers who are keen to improve their town.


Date set for Rutland tip to reopen

Date set for Rutland tip to reopen

Date set for Rutland tip to reopen

A date has been announced for both of Rutland's tips to fully reopen.


Restored pond boosts wildlife

Restored pond boosts wildlife

Restored pond boosts wildlife

A farmer hopes to boost wildlife populations by restoring a pond.


Ruling: caravan land to be returned to green space

Ruling: caravan land to be returned to green space

Ruling: caravan land to be returned to green space

A 'green space' torn up for a caravan hardstanding will have to be returned to grass, a council has ruled.


New allotments for village

New allotments for village

New allotments for village

A new allotment site has opened in Cottesmore as coronavirus brings home benefits of outdoor exercise and having fresh food available locally.


Look after nature as lockdown eases

Look after nature as lockdown eases

Look after nature as lockdown eases

The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and the NFU for Rutland are encouraging people to look after nature and the environment around them as lockdown eases.


Help nature recover by pledging your garden to wildlife project

Help nature recover by pledging your garden to wildlife project

Help nature recover by pledging your garden to wildlife project

People in Stamford, Bourne and the Deepings are being encouraged to get involved in a great new wildlife scheme from the comfort of their own garden.


Community allotment will bring benefits to town

Community allotment will bring benefits to town

Community allotment will bring benefits to town

A new community allotment will open once coronavirus restrictions are lifted.


Police issue fines to people camping at closed nature reserve

Police issue fines to people camping at closed nature reserve

Police issue fines to people camping at closed nature reserve

A nature reserve is reminding people it is still closed after police had to issue fines to people camping at the site.


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