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SKDC claims success in first few days
A Bioblitz held on a parcel of land near Rutland led to some exciting discoveries being made
Over 9,000 food waste collection caddies have arrived at South Kesteven District Council
Mystery surrounds the destruction of wildflowers along a section of the Stamford in Bloom 2018 Heritage Route.
A group of “Gonzovationists” recently took part in a major clean up of a parcel of land near Rutland.
As part of its drive to create commercial services and generate an income, South Kesteven District Council has launched a trade waste collection service.
The so-called Beast from the East arrived in the area this week bringing with it school closures and road accidents, including one that claimed three lives.
There will be no recycling bin collections in Stamford today (February 28) due to the snow.
A team of five SKDC enforcement officers is to be set up, aiming to crack down on ‘enviro crime,’ as well as enforce parking rules.