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Mystery over crash landing

20 August 2017
Mystery over crash landing

Mystery over crash landing

20 August 2017

Mystery remains over the cause of a crash landing in a field near Sibson Airport in which a vintage bi-plane owned by an Ufford man was seriously damaged.


Boss predicts bright future for Cottesmore Amateurs

17 August 2017
Boss predicts bright future for Cottesmore Amateurs

Boss predicts bright future for Cottesmore Amateurs

17 August 2017

Cottesmore Amateurs boss Neil Miller believes the Rogues Park outfit are starting to reap the benefits of their long-term plan.


Sign up for savings on energy for winter in south Lincolnshire

15 August 2017
Sign up for savings on energy for winter in south Lincolnshire

Sign up for savings on energy for winter in south Lincolnshire

15 August 2017

A reminder that households can make welcome savings on their energy bills for the winter has been issued by the coordinators of a countywide scheme.


BREAKING: Britain's top athletes announced for #teamparkrun events UK wide from 9am today - August 19

11 August 2017
BREAKING: Britain's top athletes announced for #teamparkrun events UK wide from 9am today - August 19

BREAKING: Britain's top athletes announced for #teamparkrun events UK wide from 9am today - August 19

11 August 2017

On you marks, gets set....for YOUR chance to join National Lottery-funded athletes including Olympic and Paralympic stars just revealed for the #teamparkrun 5k events UK wide today - Saturday,- August 19.


Children explore space theme at Lego club

11 August 2017
Children explore space theme at Lego club

Children explore space theme at Lego club

11 August 2017

Children crafted space creations at Deepings Library.


Site manager Gary wins quality award

06 August 2017
Site manager Gary wins quality award

Site manager Gary wins quality award

06 August 2017

Gary Davies, site manager at Morris, has been named a quality award winner in this year’s Pride in the Job Awards for his work on Morris’ Cecil Square development in Stamford, which opened in March and saw some potential buyers camping to be first on site.


South Kesteven Big Clean attracts support from businesses

20 July 2017
South Kesteven Big Clean attracts support from businesses

South Kesteven Big Clean attracts support from businesses

20 July 2017

Businesses are showing their support for The Big Clean to help the district council raise the street standard across South Kesteven.


Firm helps after freak hail hits

17 July 2017
Firm helps after freak hail hits

Firm helps after freak hail hits

17 July 2017

Freak hail which fell on Thursday night caused so much damage that a vehicle dent removal firm has had to step in to help.


Boxers fight club closure threat

15 July 2017
Boxers fight club closure threat

Boxers fight club closure threat

15 July 2017

A popular boxing club is facing closure after it was told to leave its base of the last eight-years due to a bid to improve the emergency services.


Education authority pushed to save school

03 July 2017
Education authority pushed to save school

Education authority pushed to save school

03 July 2017

Protestors have written to a Government body as they fight to save Easton Garford School.


Fears for village if school closes

26 June 2017
Fears for village if school closes

Fears for village if school closes

26 June 2017

A campaigner fighting to save a village school fears other facilities will leave the area if it closes.


VIDEO: Talented 14-year-old singer from Rippingale will appear on The Voice Kids

23 June 2017
VIDEO: Talented 14-year-old singer from Rippingale will appear on The Voice Kids

VIDEO: Talented 14-year-old singer from Rippingale will appear on The Voice Kids

23 June 2017

A talented 14-year-old singer from Rippingale who was trained at a top US arts school is set to feature on the children’s version of The Voice.


Watchmaker meets climbers

19 June 2017
Watchmaker meets climbers

Watchmaker meets climbers

19 June 2017

Stamford watchmaker Robert Loomes and his wife Robina Hill have visited Nepal to meet the Gurkhas who wore their watch to climb to the summit of Everest.


Celebrating a successful year with activities

18 June 2017
Celebrating a successful year with activities

Celebrating a successful year with activities

18 June 2017

The Co-op store on Bourne Elsea Park celebrated successful first year with a packed weekend of activities.


Vandals target football club

18 June 2017
Vandals target football club

Vandals target football club

18 June 2017

Volunteers from a football club have been left devastated after vandals left tyre tracks on the clubs’s pitch.


Barn renamed in Paul’s honour

18 June 2017
Barn renamed in Paul’s honour

Barn renamed in Paul’s honour

18 June 2017

A barn at Sacrewell that was previously used for storage has opened as learning space and has been named in honour of a much-loved trustee.


Councillor resigns as ward member

13 June 2017
Councillor resigns as ward member

Councillor resigns as ward member

13 June 2017

Rutland County Councillor Diana MacDuff (Con) has resigned as ward member for Ketton.


Race for Life turns Burghley Park into a sea of pink

12 June 2017
Race for Life turns Burghley Park into a sea of pink

Race for Life turns Burghley Park into a sea of pink

12 June 2017

The grounds of Burghley House were transformed into a sea of bright pink and filled with emotion for this weekend’s Race for Life events.


Schoolgirl chops of hair for cancer charity

11 June 2017
Schoolgirl chops of hair for cancer charity

Schoolgirl chops of hair for cancer charity

11 June 2017

A schoolgirl from Langtoft said goodbye to her long locks in the name of a cancer charity.


Heavy horses and crowds enjoy show

11 June 2017
Heavy horses and crowds enjoy show

Heavy horses and crowds enjoy show

11 June 2017

A large crowd enjoyed the fun of the 185th Rutland County Show as they made use of improved traffic access.


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