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'Heading into the new year, I feel optimistic'

'Heading into the new year, I feel optimistic'

'Heading into the new year, I feel optimistic'

It has been a wonderful year in which the community has really come together.


Make a commitment to be more sustainable in 2022

Make a commitment to be more sustainable in 2022

Make a commitment to be more sustainable in 2022

Many people know we need to recycle more but don't know where to start, says Annabel Britton of Stamford Climate Action Group.


Chefs urged to bin their turkey fat

Chefs urged to bin their turkey fat

Chefs urged to bin their turkey fat

Bin your turkey fat to avoid blocked drains this Christmas.


The shop turning plastic into charity cash

The shop turning plastic into charity cash

The shop turning plastic into charity cash

If the festive season leaves you drowning in plastic, a town business can help you recycle it and raise cash for good causes.


Shops asked to cut sales of plastic bottles

Shops asked to cut sales of plastic bottles

Shops asked to cut sales of plastic bottles

A call has gone out for businesses to play a part in reducing plastic waste.


Garden and playarea are planted

Garden and playarea are planted

Garden and playarea are planted

Families joined members of a rotary club to plant a selection of trees.


MP makes stand against solar farm

MP makes stand against solar farm

MP makes stand against solar farm

A Conservative member of parliament has set out her opposition to the Mallard Pass solar farm.


Route revealed for ‘green wheel’

Route revealed for ‘green wheel’

Route revealed for ‘green wheel’

Detailed plans for a cycling and pedestrian route around Stamford have been released.


Protected area left looking 'like a battlefield'

Protected area left looking 'like a battlefield'

Protected area left looking 'like a battlefield'

Thoughtless drivers have churned up verges in an area protected for its rich plantlife.


Tree donation will provide 'rich natural habitat'

Tree donation will provide 'rich natural habitat'

Tree donation will provide 'rich natural habitat'

More than 100 trees have been gifted to 'green up' a country road.


Council sets out solar objections

Council sets out solar objections

Council sets out solar objections

‘A lack of supporting data’ is among the reasons a council is not endorsing a proposed solar farm.


Tree planting will leave a lasting legacy

Tree planting will leave a lasting legacy

Tree planting will leave a lasting legacy

A tree-planting ceremony has taken place as part of the Queen's Green Canopy campaign.


Joining forces to plant a woodland

Joining forces to plant a woodland

Joining forces to plant a woodland

Groups from across the Stamford area gathered over the weekend to plant 2,000 trees.


Thanks to lockdown more of us are taking notice of the wildlife in our own back garden

Thanks to lockdown more of us are taking notice of the wildlife in our own back garden

Thanks to lockdown more of us are taking notice of the wildlife in our own back garden

Nature columnist Ian Misselbrook explains how lockdown helped people engage more with nature.


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