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Andrea Scholes joined the Rutland Times as a trainee reporter in 2005. Following a short break in 2014, she returned to the company as a senior reporter in July 2018, working for the Rutland & Stamford Mercury, Rutland Times and Bourne Local

Preschool could reopen if there is demand

19 April 2024
Preschool could reopen if there is demand

Preschool could reopen if there is demand

19 April 2024

Parents have been asked whether they would benefit from the reopening of a village preschool.


Hospital ball raises £30,000

17 April 2024
Hospital ball raises £30,000

Hospital ball raises £30,000

17 April 2024

An evening of glitz and glamour raised more than £30,000 for hospital projects.


Pub crawl couple hit the town

16 April 2024
Pub crawl couple hit the town

Pub crawl couple hit the town

16 April 2024

A couple with an extensive back catalogue of pub visits have given their verdict on the watering holes of Bourne.

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Beer garden could stay open later

16 April 2024
Beer garden could stay open later

Beer garden could stay open later

16 April 2024

A pub beer garden could open later into the night if a request for extended hours is approved.


Prizes awarded at spring show

15 April 2024
Prizes awarded at spring show

Prizes awarded at spring show

15 April 2024

A number of keen gardeners and bakers held onto their titles at a popular spring show.


Pet shop plans move forward

11 April 2024
Pet shop plans move forward

Pet shop plans move forward

11 April 2024

A national company has taken another step towards opening a new pet shop.


Section of nature reserve closed following dog attack

10 April 2024
Section of nature reserve closed following dog attack

Section of nature reserve closed following dog attack

10 April 2024

Part of a nature reserve has been closed off after a sheep was killed in a dog attack.


Supported living plan would create new jobs

10 April 2024
Supported living plan would create new jobs

Supported living plan would create new jobs

10 April 2024

A care company hopes to transform a former nursing home into supported living accommodation for adults of all ages.


Deadline looms for arts event

10 April 2024
Deadline looms for arts event

Deadline looms for arts event

10 April 2024

Neighbouring counties have joined forces to host a bigger arts event.


Banking hub to open in town centre

10 April 2024
Banking hub to open in town centre

Banking hub to open in town centre

10 April 2024

Bank customers will be able to access a counter service in their high street from the end of this week.


Community sends birthday wishes to Ethel

09 April 2024
Community sends birthday wishes to Ethel

Community sends birthday wishes to Ethel

09 April 2024

A woman was showered with birthday wishes from across the community.


Cafe volunteer pledges to run two marathons

07 April 2024
Cafe volunteer pledges to run two marathons

Cafe volunteer pledges to run two marathons

07 April 2024

A volunteer who supports people with Down’s Syndrome is taking on two marathons to help expand the opportunities available to them.


Call for entries to art exhibition

02 April 2024
Call for entries to art exhibition

Call for entries to art exhibition

02 April 2024

Entry is open for a summer arts exhibition to be held in Oakham.


Saddle up for a good cause

01 April 2024
Saddle up for a good cause

Saddle up for a good cause

01 April 2024

Cylists are invited to join a four-day challenge this summer.


Club resubmits development plan

31 March 2024
Club resubmits development plan

Club resubmits development plan

31 March 2024

A sports club is having to reapply for planning permission to replace its ageing facilities.


Market day meetings offer chance to share your views

28 March 2024
Market day meetings offer chance to share your views

Market day meetings offer chance to share your views

28 March 2024

Market day meetings will offer people a chance to share their views on Stamford.


Churchgoers launch appeal for new lighting after reading hymnbooks by torchlight

28 March 2024
Churchgoers launch appeal for new lighting after reading hymnbooks by torchlight

Churchgoers launch appeal for new lighting after reading hymnbooks by torchlight

28 March 2024

Churchgoers who are forced to read hymnbooks by torchlight are raising money for new lighting.


Caravan crash affects A1 traffic

27 March 2024
Caravan crash affects A1 traffic

Caravan crash affects A1 traffic

27 March 2024

A crash involving a caravan has blocked traffic on the A1.


Soldiers home from NATO training

27 March 2024
Soldiers home from NATO training

Soldiers home from NATO training

27 March 2024

Soldiers have returned home to Rutland following exercises across Europe.


Final service held at town church

27 March 2024
Final service held at town church

Final service held at town church

27 March 2024

Church pews were filled for the first time in a long time as people gathered for a final service.


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