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Dog rescue centre continues to be helped by lottery

Dog rescue centre continues to be helped by lottery

A dog rescue charity and an animal lover have found themselves in a win-win situation from a lottery.


Looking back over the years with Mercury Memories

Looking back over the years with Mercury Memories

Take a trip down memory lane.


Save a hen from slaughter by giving it a home

Save a hen from slaughter by giving it a home

A rehoming event for hens is taking place in Collyweston this weekend.


Book details history of league

Book details history of league

A non-league football enthusiast has written a book about a historic football league that includes many of the area’s clubs.


Looking back over the years with our Mercury Memories

Looking back over the years with our Mercury Memories

Here we look back on articles we published 10 years ago; 25 years ago; 50 years ago; 100 years ago; 150 years ago and 200 years ago.


Coronavirus: a woman with a suppressed immune system gives her view

Coronavirus: a woman with a suppressed immune system gives her view

People are being encouraged to 'think of others' in light of the coronavirus pandemic.


Stamford woman to run 145 miles in 45 hours for stillbirth and neonatal charity

Stamford woman to run 145 miles in 45 hours for stillbirth and neonatal charity

A mother will be running 145 miles in 45 hours to raise money for a stillbirth and neonatal death charity and mark the loss of her son.


'People who help us' are celebrated at pamper morning

'People who help us' are celebrated at pamper morning

Excited children had the chance to pamper family and friends at their school during a special morning.


Veteran 'badly let down' by car dealership

Veteran 'badly let down' by car dealership

A garage wrote off an RAF veteran’s beloved car while carrying out a service and MOT - and then sold him a new one for £7,000.


Residents frustrated by county’s ‘terrible’ bus service

Residents frustrated by county’s ‘terrible’ bus service

A county council has defended its bus service and said it recognises "the difficulties" of rural transport.


New eco-shop will help save the planet

New eco-shop will help save the planet

An eco shop will open next weekend to give shoppers access to more sustainable products.


Delightful show was unafraid of weighty topic

Delightful show was unafraid of weighty topic

Dance school pupils put on a sensational show combining ballet, tap and modern styles.


‘Clean team’ clocks up five years

‘Clean team’ clocks up five years

Before the sun comes up, a small team armed with sticks and bags sets off with one main aim in mind - to keep the streets of Stamford tidy.


Veterans’ breakfast club is launched in town

Veterans’ breakfast club is launched in town

The Stamford Armed Forces and Veterans’ Breakfast Club had its first meeting on Saturday at The London Inn.


Good and new sale raises thousands of pounds for charity

Good and new sale raises thousands of pounds for charity

This year’s edition of the For Rutland Good and New Sale has so far raised £49,000.


Bourne rider hopes to compete in Paralympics

Bourne rider hopes to compete in Paralympics

A Bourne dressage rider and her horse are hoping to compete in Toyko.


Ann is honoured for volunteering

Ann is honoured for volunteering

A Rutland Sailability volunteer has been honoured with the national RYA Sailability Volunteer of the Year Award.


Photos: The first Burghley 7 race in Stamford

Photos: The first Burghley 7 race in Stamford

Hundreds of people took part in the first ever Burghley 7 run through Stamford.


The Mercury publishes its Mercury Memories every week, thanks to the support of the Stamford Mercury Archive Trust

The Mercury publishes its Mercury Memories every week, thanks to the support of the Stamford Mercury Archive Trust

Here we look back on articles we published 10 years ago; 25 years ago; 50 years ago; 100 years ago; 150 years ago and 200 years ago.


A passion unites women living 3,000 miles apart

A passion unites women living 3,000 miles apart

A conservation project is celebrating International Women's Day.


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