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Residents take in the sights on virtual cruise around world

26 October 2021
Residents take in the sights on virtual cruise around world

Residents take in the sights on virtual cruise around world

26 October 2021

Residents at Newton House Care Home enjoyed an afternoon of travelling on a virtual cruise around Australia and Italy.


Emergency services at scene of collision on A1

25 October 2021
Emergency services at scene of collision on A1

Emergency services at scene of collision on A1

25 October 2021

Police, the ambulance service and two fire engines are currently dealing with the incident on the A1 northbound.


Emergency services at scene of collision on A1

25 October 2021
Emergency services at scene of collision on A1

Emergency services at scene of collision on A1

25 October 2021

Police, the ambulance service and two fire engines are currently dealing with the incident on the A1 Northbound.


Your leftover pumpkins could become tasty treat for pigs

25 October 2021
Your leftover pumpkins could become tasty treat for pigs

Your leftover pumpkins could become tasty treat for pigs

25 October 2021

A farmer is appealing for trick-or-treaters to donate leftover pumpkins to feed her six pedigree pigs.


Farmer wants your leftover pumpkins as tasty treat for pigs

25 October 2021
Farmer wants your leftover pumpkins as tasty treat for pigs

Farmer wants your leftover pumpkins as tasty treat for pigs

25 October 2021

A farmer is appealing for trick-or-treaters to donate leftover pumpkins to feed her six pedigree pigs.


Appeal for witnesses after thousands of pounds worth of products stolen from shop

25 October 2021
Appeal for witnesses after thousands of pounds worth of products stolen from shop

Appeal for witnesses after thousands of pounds worth of products stolen from shop

25 October 2021

Police are appealing for witnesses after thousands of pounds of products were stolen from a shop last week.


St Wulfram's to host Festival of Angels workshops during half-term

25 October 2021
St Wulfram's to host Festival of Angels workshops during half-term

St Wulfram's to host Festival of Angels workshops during half-term

25 October 2021

Participants can join Anne-Marie Kerr, St Wulfram's artist in residence, for some half term creative fun, this week.


Care home residents treated to lunch outing

24 October 2021
Care home residents treated to lunch outing

Care home residents treated to lunch outing

24 October 2021

A married couple at a Grantham care home was treated to a special lunch date.


Village school marks the opening of play area

24 October 2021
Village school marks the opening of play area

Village school marks the opening of play area

24 October 2021

The outdoor area at The Bythams Primary School has been transformed with a new sandpit, astro turf, play equipment and garden sheds.


Pupils given insight into Indian culture during workshop

22 October 2021
Pupils given insight into Indian culture during workshop

Pupils given insight into Indian culture during workshop

22 October 2021

Youngsters at Belmont School dressed in traditional Indian clothing and participated in dancing.


Foodbank thankful for Harvest donation from Harlaxton pupils

22 October 2021
Foodbank thankful for Harvest donation from Harlaxton pupils

Foodbank thankful for Harvest donation from Harlaxton pupils

22 October 2021

Pupils at Harlaxton Primary School collected items for their harvest festival last week before donating it all to Grantham Foodbank.


Schoolboy trips in hole in pavement damaging teeth after fall

20 October 2021
Schoolboy trips in hole in pavement damaging teeth after fall

Schoolboy trips in hole in pavement damaging teeth after fall

20 October 2021

A six-year-old boy could need dental treatment after tripping in a hole in a pavement and falling on his face.


Job fair to mark opening of government recruitment service in George Centre

20 October 2021
Job fair to mark opening of government recruitment service in George Centre

Job fair to mark opening of government recruitment service in George Centre

20 October 2021

Jobs 22 will open in Grantham to support long-term unemployed to find work.

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Primary school closes class due to Covid cases

20 October 2021
Primary school closes class due to Covid cases

Primary school closes class due to Covid cases

20 October 2021

Pupils at Cliffedale School have temporarily returned to remote learning after increase in Covid cases.


Plans to develop car park at Belton House could include one-way exit through Lion Gates

20 October 2021
Plans to develop car park at Belton House could include one-way exit through Lion Gates

Plans to develop car park at Belton House could include one-way exit through Lion Gates

20 October 2021

Belton House could be introducing a one-way system as part of plans to improve their car park.


Police cadets don fancy dress to raise funds for eating disorder charity

20 October 2021
Police cadets don fancy dress to raise funds for eating disorder charity

Police cadets don fancy dress to raise funds for eating disorder charity

20 October 2021

A group of police cadets took to the streets of Grantham dressed in a variety of animated costumes.


Boutique relocates to bigger premises as business booms

19 October 2021
Boutique relocates to bigger premises as business booms

Boutique relocates to bigger premises as business booms

19 October 2021

Kelly Toulson opened Winnie's Boutique on Watergate last year specialising in ladies and childrenswear.


Anger after ‘caring’ Grantham man is assaulted as he starts work

19 October 2021
Anger after ‘caring’ Grantham man is assaulted as he starts work

Anger after ‘caring’ Grantham man is assaulted as he starts work

19 October 2021

Terry Jonas was helping to set up a market stall when he was assaulted.

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Pupils highlight importance of seatbelt safety in workshop

19 October 2021
Pupils highlight importance of seatbelt safety in workshop

Pupils highlight importance of seatbelt safety in workshop

19 October 2021

Youngsters took part in a workshop to reinforce the importance of keeping safe when out and about.


Nursery donates bumper Harvest collection to foodbank

18 October 2021
Nursery donates bumper Harvest collection to foodbank

Nursery donates bumper Harvest collection to foodbank

18 October 2021

Staff, parents and youngsters donated 68kg of food and essential items to the foodbank.


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