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Tea at The Ritz for Grantham couple celebrating golden anniversary

31 July 2015
Tea at The Ritz for Grantham couple celebrating golden anniversary

Tea at The Ritz for Grantham couple celebrating golden anniversary

31 July 2015

A couple are celebrating their golden wedding anniversary in style with a family meal at The Ritz in London.


Grantham Journal Big Interview: Make music lesson a ‘want-to’ not ‘have-to’

25 July 2015
Grantham Journal Big Interview: Make music lesson a ‘want-to’ not ‘have-to’

Grantham Journal Big Interview: Make music lesson a ‘want-to’ not ‘have-to’

25 July 2015

Many parents hope their child will pick up a musical instrument when they are young. However, there is no guarantee that by giving your child an instrument they will love it.


Grantham Journal Big Interview: The secret of Everest Inn’s great food

18 July 2015
Grantham Journal Big Interview: The secret of Everest Inn’s great food

Grantham Journal Big Interview: The secret of Everest Inn’s great food

18 July 2015

With their winning mix of Nepalese and Indian cuisine, Everest Inn took home the Great Taste Award at the Journal Business Awards.


Criticism of communication between Grantham and Lincoln hospitals during inquest into death

17 July 2015
Criticism of communication between Grantham and Lincoln hospitals during inquest into death

Criticism of communication between Grantham and Lincoln hospitals during inquest into death

17 July 2015

An inquest into the death of a man from Corby Glen raised concerns over communication between Lincolnshire hospitals, as an urgent procedure was cancelled when the patient received two appointments on the same date.


South Kesteven District Council to set up private company

16 July 2015
South Kesteven District Council to set up private company

South Kesteven District Council to set up private company

16 July 2015

South Kesteven District Council’s cabinet has agreed in principle to the creation of a council controlled company, which would enable the trade and procurement of services within the private sector.


Grantham doctors’ surgery phone error resolved ahead of new system

16 July 2015
Grantham doctors’ surgery phone error resolved ahead of new system

Grantham doctors’ surgery phone error resolved ahead of new system

16 July 2015

After a concerned patient contacted the Journal, a Grantham doctors’ surgery has rectified an error on their phone system.


Grantham’s Gravity Fields director explains change of heart after appointment as curator

16 July 2015
Grantham’s Gravity Fields director explains change of heart after appointment as curator

Grantham’s Gravity Fields director explains change of heart after appointment as curator

16 July 2015

Rosemary Richards, director of the last two Gravity Fields festivals, has explained why she initially withdrew her company ROSA Productions from the appointment process to curate next year’s event, before accepting the role.


New outdoor area among changes at Wyndham Park Nursery School in Grantham

14 July 2015
New outdoor area among changes at Wyndham Park Nursery School in Grantham

New outdoor area among changes at Wyndham Park Nursery School in Grantham

14 July 2015

Wyndham Park Nursery School has undergone a lot of changes since the arrival of new head teacher Laura Cook in September, all centred on their three key aims to ‘excite, engage and educate’.


Grantham Journal Big Interview: Apprentice Ashleigh is determined to succeed

11 July 2015
Grantham Journal Big Interview: Apprentice Ashleigh is determined to succeed

Grantham Journal Big Interview: Apprentice Ashleigh is determined to succeed

11 July 2015

After impressing Enhance Beauty’s owner Lorna Pattendon, teenager Ashleigh Bottomley secured an apprenticeship with the Brook Street salon.


£90k investment in Grantham’s Dysart Park will have disabled children in mind

11 July 2015
£90k investment in Grantham’s Dysart Park will have disabled children in mind

£90k investment in Grantham’s Dysart Park will have disabled children in mind

11 July 2015

Plans are underway to transform Dysart Park’s play area, after designs incorporating disabled-friendly equipment were presented to the public at Sunday’s family fun day.


Grantham man to water-ski across the Wash

10 July 2015
Grantham man to water-ski across the Wash

Grantham man to water-ski across the Wash

10 July 2015

The owner of a local building company is taking on the daring challenge of water-skiing across the Wash from Skegness to Sheringham on Saturday, in order to raise funds for a former employee paralysed in a motorbike accident.


Drugs cocktail killed grandad found dead in Grantham street

09 July 2015
Drugs cocktail killed grandad found dead in Grantham street

Drugs cocktail killed grandad found dead in Grantham street

09 July 2015

The son of a Grantham man found dead after overdosing on a mix of drugs has called on the police to find two people who saw his father during his final hours and still remain unidentified.


Grantham Journal Big Interview: Innovative security firm keeping us safe

08 July 2015
Grantham Journal Big Interview: Innovative security firm keeping us safe

Grantham Journal Big Interview: Innovative security firm keeping us safe

08 July 2015

Ever since setting up in 1988, A1 Security Services have kept ahead of the times and protected homes and businesses by providing the latest in alarm and surveillance technology.


South Kesteven District Council unites with voluntary service to determine £300,000 community fund recipients

07 July 2015
South Kesteven District Council unites with voluntary service to determine £300,000 community fund recipients

South Kesteven District Council unites with voluntary service to determine £300,000 community fund recipients

07 July 2015

The criteria for allocating grants to local causes as part of a £300,000 community fund, has been approved by South Kesteven District Council’s cabinet.


Proving that no-one is too young for opera, Grantham Preparatory School pupils have written their own

01 July 2015
Proving that no-one is too young for opera, Grantham Preparatory School pupils have written their own

Proving that no-one is too young for opera, Grantham Preparatory School pupils have written their own

01 July 2015

If seeing seven- to 11-year-olds perform an opera wasn’t impressive enough, how about one they had written entirely themselves?


Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship says goodbye to long-serving teacher

01 July 2015
Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship says goodbye to long-serving teacher

Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship says goodbye to long-serving teacher

01 July 2015

A much-loved speech therapy teacher has retired from Grantham Additional Needs Fellowship (GANF) after 30 years in the job.


Grantham’s Moy Park part of $1.5 billion sale to world’s biggest poultry company

30 June 2015
Grantham’s Moy Park part of $1.5 billion sale to world’s biggest poultry company

Grantham’s Moy Park part of $1.5 billion sale to world’s biggest poultry company

30 June 2015

The owners of Moy Park, one of Grantham’s biggest employers, have agreed to sell the poultry processing company to the largest in the world, JBS.


Thank you from Grantham Passage to Sainsbury’s staff and customers for fantastic fund-raising year

30 June 2015
Thank you from Grantham Passage to Sainsbury’s staff and customers for fantastic fund-raising year

Thank you from Grantham Passage to Sainsbury’s staff and customers for fantastic fund-raising year

30 June 2015

Grantham Sainsbury’s fund-raising and food collections for their charity of the year Grantham Passage, has enabled the provision of an estimated 10,000 more meals this year to the homeless and poverty-stricken.


Grantham Journal Big Interview: Debbie of Hairs and Graces loves her job

27 June 2015
Grantham Journal Big Interview: Debbie of Hairs and Graces loves her job

Grantham Journal Big Interview: Debbie of Hairs and Graces loves her job

27 June 2015

For the hundreds of clients Debbie Redford of Hairs and Graces has ‘beautified’ over the years, she needs no introduction.


Church on Corby Glen High Street to become home

27 June 2015
Church on Corby Glen High Street to become home

Church on Corby Glen High Street to become home

27 June 2015

Applications to convert a grade II listed former Roman Catholic Church on Corby Glen High Street into a dwelling were approved by South Kesteven District Council on Tuesday.


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