John Shuttleworth is back at Stamford Arts Centre with his particular brand of provincial humour.
People are being told to save the date as a village festival is set to take place.
Heritage Open Days will be taking place over the next week to showcase the history held in our streets.
Cyclists will be saddling up for the national Ride and Stride event when it returns on Saturday, September 11.
Christmas may be months away but Stamford Striders and rotary club volunteers are busy preparing for a festive fun run.
There will be a rare opportunity to go behind the scenes at Belvoir Castle soon with a tour hosted by the Duchess of Rutland herself.
An historic event in the rural diary is set to return this month after its covid-enforced cancellation last autumn.
It’s easy to think about the benefits of walking - fitness, fresh air and a chance to clear the mind.
The funfair which left Stamford Recreation Ground on Sunday is keen to come back - but it will have to wait until the town is less ‘busy’.
A railway museum is holding a special steam open day to mark the liberation of Far Eastern prisoners of war at the end of the Second World War.
On Sunday and Monday there will be a music festival at Cutts Close Park in Oakham.
A charity event which raises money to help homeless people is setting off on its pedal-powered mission this bank holiday weekend.
Tourism looks set to receive a boost in Stamford thanks to the initiative of a town guide.
A storytelling day takes place at Grimsthorpe Castle on Tuesday, August 31.
People can enjoy afternoon tea in a country garden to help support the care given by a local hospice.