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Nurse joins Extinction Rebellion protests

Nurse joins Extinction Rebellion protests

Nurse joins Extinction Rebellion protests

A nurse is prepared to be arrested to highlight the world's climate crisis.


Isaac Newton's tree dedicated to The Queen for Platinum Jubilee

Isaac Newton's tree dedicated to The Queen for Platinum Jubilee

Isaac Newton's tree dedicated to The Queen for Platinum Jubilee

The apple tree at Woolsthorpe Manor, which inspired Isaac Newton's theory of gravity, has been dedicated to The Queen for her Platinum Jubilee.


Changing weather in spring affected nature

Changing weather in spring affected nature

Changing weather in spring affected nature

Rippingale nature columnist Ian Misselbrook reflects on the changing weather in spring.


‘Litter picking is left to volunteer group’

‘Litter picking is left to volunteer group’

‘Litter picking is left to volunteer group’

A group of volunteers say they feel they have been left picking up a council’s work.


People flock to festival celebrating wildlife

People flock to festival celebrating wildlife

People flock to festival celebrating wildlife

The weekend flew off to a great start as about 300 people attended a bird festival.


Selling a meadow for ‘bread loaves’

Selling a meadow for ‘bread loaves’

Selling a meadow for ‘bread loaves’

A ceremony which has taken place for more than 250 years has made a welcome return.


Park to close while trees are replaced

Park to close while trees are replaced

Park to close while trees are replaced

A restoration project will replace diseased trees to allow a Bourne park to be enjoyed for years to come.


Staff shortages force tip to shut

Staff shortages force tip to shut

Staff shortages force tip to shut

A tip will operate under different opening hours this bank holiday weekend due to staff shortages.


Show had spring in its step

Show had spring in its step

Show had spring in its step

A vibrant display of flowers, foliage and handicrafts brought a hall to life during the Stamford Horticultural Society spring show.


Fuel shortage as climate protestors block oil depots

Fuel shortage as climate protestors block oil depots

Fuel shortage as climate protestors block oil depots

Climate protests have left petrol stations across the country short of fuel.


RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch results are in

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch results are in

RSPB Big Garden Birdwatch results are in

The results of the annual wildlife survey which reveals how our garden birds are faring are in - did your favourite bird top the list?


Shop owner frustrated as crisp packet recycling scheme ends

Shop owner frustrated as crisp packet recycling scheme ends

Shop owner frustrated as crisp packet recycling scheme ends

A shop which donates to charities by collecting plastic destined for landfill is disappointed at a company's decision to stop recycling crisp packets.


Quarry makes environmental award shortlist

Quarry makes environmental award shortlist

Quarry makes environmental award shortlist

A county quarry is down to the final six in a UK environmental award.


Sustainable farming initiative will help our farmers and food security

Sustainable farming initiative will help our farmers and food security

Sustainable farming initiative will help our farmers and food security

Stamford and Bourne MP Gareth Davies discusses the benefits of sustainable farming.


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