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George ploughs his big proposal in Rutland field

George ploughs his big proposal in Rutland field

George ploughs his big proposal in Rutland field

A Caldecott man has came up with an original way to woo his bride-to-be.


Rutland ploughmen brave wet and mud in annual competition

Rutland ploughmen brave wet and mud in annual competition

Rutland ploughmen brave wet and mud in annual competition

An annual event attracted entrants from far and wide.


Plaque unveiled to remember Stamford’s ‘big man’ Daniel lambert

Plaque unveiled to remember Stamford’s ‘big man’ Daniel lambert

Plaque unveiled to remember Stamford’s ‘big man’ Daniel lambert

A plaque has been unveiled adding to other momentoes of Daniel's life in Stamford.


Busy day of dance marks end of year on Saturday

Busy day of dance marks end of year on Saturday

Busy day of dance marks end of year on Saturday

Rutland Morris will be out and about in Rutland and Northamptonshire on Saturday to mark the end of their year.


Unique images of an everyday subject

Unique images of an everyday subject

Unique images of an everyday subject

The Stamford and Rutland Photographic Society held their competition in July with the theme of sky.


Last Maxey newspaper deliveries for siblings

Last Maxey newspaper deliveries for siblings

Last Maxey newspaper deliveries for siblings

Three siblings shared paper round over 11 years.


What big surprise was there for spectators at Deepings Duck Race?

What big surprise was there for spectators at Deepings Duck Race?

What big surprise was there for spectators at Deepings Duck Race?

Deepings Duck Race took place on Sunday, raising money for St Barnabas Hospice.


Curious tales to be heard at town talks

Curious tales to be heard at town talks

Curious tales to be heard at town talks

History will be brought to life through a series of talks, walks and other events in Stamford and Bourne.


Beer and Bats prove popular in Rutland as All Saints Church leads the way

Beer and Bats prove popular in Rutland as All Saints Church leads the way

Beer and Bats prove popular in Rutland as All Saints Church leads the way

120 people attend 'beer and bats' night at Rutland's oldest pub.


Stepping back in time for vintage speed trials race

Stepping back in time for vintage speed trials race

Stepping back in time for vintage speed trials race

Vintage Speed Trials event returned to Grimsthorpe Castle on Saturday for the second consecutive year.


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