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Pupils highlight importance of seatbelt safety in workshop

18 October 2021
Pupils highlight importance of seatbelt safety in workshop

Pupils highlight importance of seatbelt safety in workshop

18 October 2021

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


American author publishes romance novel after being inspired by Harlaxton Manor

17 October 2021
American author publishes romance novel after being inspired by Harlaxton Manor

American author publishes romance novel after being inspired by Harlaxton Manor

17 October 2021

An author who based part of her novel in a fictionalised version of Harlaxton Manor is set to return to the college as a writing tutor.


Restrictions proposed to tackle ‘inconsiderate’ parking

17 October 2021
Restrictions proposed to tackle ‘inconsiderate’ parking

Restrictions proposed to tackle ‘inconsiderate’ parking

17 October 2021

Proposed parking changes near a primary school in Grantham have caused frustration among parents.

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Father signs up for London Marathon after shedding 14 stone in pandemic

15 October 2021
Father signs up for London Marathon after shedding 14 stone in pandemic

Father signs up for London Marathon after shedding 14 stone in pandemic

15 October 2021

A Grantham father-of-four has shed more than 14 stone, nearly half his body weight, during the Covid-19 pandemic.


Firefighters visit primary school to help with Great Fire of London topic

15 October 2021
Firefighters visit primary school to help with Great Fire of London topic

Firefighters visit primary school to help with Great Fire of London topic

15 October 2021

Year 1 and Year 2 pupils at Belmont Primary School have been learning all about how the fire service changed since 1666.


Volunteers mark International E-Waste Day after electric items pulled from Witham

15 October 2021
Volunteers mark International E-Waste Day after electric items pulled from Witham

Volunteers mark International E-Waste Day after electric items pulled from Witham

15 October 2021

RiverCare volunteers are urging people to repair, reuse and repurpose their broken or unused electronics.


Armed police respond to reports of man with knife

14 October 2021
Armed police respond to reports of man with knife

Armed police respond to reports of man with knife

14 October 2021

A man is in custody after officers were deployed to Princess Drive, Grantham, shortly before midnight following an altercation.

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Appeal for knitted poppies to decorate Friendly Bench for Remembrance Day

14 October 2021
Appeal for knitted poppies to decorate Friendly Bench for Remembrance Day

Appeal for knitted poppies to decorate Friendly Bench for Remembrance Day

14 October 2021

The Friendly Bench Bottesford community group are inviting the community to knit, crochet or sew a poppy to cover the Friendly Bench.


Grantham man launches petition to stop parking costs for NHS staff

14 October 2021
Grantham man launches petition to stop parking costs for NHS staff

Grantham man launches petition to stop parking costs for NHS staff

14 October 2021

Grantham man is calling on NHS staff to be given free parking across the country.


Winners of Tom Childs Award praised for 'enhancing quality of life'

14 October 2021
Winners of Tom Childs Award praised for 'enhancing quality of life'

Winners of Tom Childs Award praised for 'enhancing quality of life'

14 October 2021

There were four deserving winners for this year’s Tom Childs Award in Grantham.


Pet owners upset after cats shaved in series of 'unusual incidents'

13 October 2021
Pet owners upset after cats shaved in series of 'unusual incidents'

Pet owners upset after cats shaved in series of 'unusual incidents'

13 October 2021

Several pet owners have reported that their cats have been shaved in random incidents across Grantham recently.


Mum launches coffee morning to help new parents meet

13 October 2021
Mum launches coffee morning to help new parents meet

Mum launches coffee morning to help new parents meet

13 October 2021

Claire Vaccaro will welcome families to the first session of 'Tots Thursdays' at Kitchen and Coffee tomorrow.


St Wulfram's Church to host Festival of Angels workshop

13 October 2021
St Wulfram's Church to host Festival of Angels workshop

St Wulfram's Church to host Festival of Angels workshop

13 October 2021

St Wulfram's Church will be hosting an open workshop to help create angel sculptures for a festival next month.


Pupils don yellow to show support for mental health

13 October 2021
Pupils don yellow to show support for mental health

Pupils don yellow to show support for mental health

13 October 2021

Pupils have helped raise £70 for charity by proudly donning their best yellow outfits in support of the Young Minds Hello Yellow event.


Friends to perform 'adults only' pantomime with a naughty twist

12 October 2021
Friends to perform 'adults only' pantomime with a naughty twist

Friends to perform 'adults only' pantomime with a naughty twist

12 October 2021

Three friends have written a risqué pantomime 'Sin-derella' for adults eyes only.

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RiverCare appeals for bottle lids to help with Christmas tree project

12 October 2021
RiverCare appeals for bottle lids to help with Christmas tree project

RiverCare appeals for bottle lids to help with Christmas tree project

12 October 2021

Grantham RiverCare are appealing for plastic bottle tops to help with their Christmas tree festival entry at St Wulfram's Church.


Plans to impose charges to enter Lion Gates at Belton House sparks anger within community

10 October 2021
Plans to impose charges to enter Lion Gates at Belton House sparks anger within community

Plans to impose charges to enter Lion Gates at Belton House sparks anger within community

10 October 2021

A sign has gone up at the Lion gates informing visitors about proposed plans to charge admission for non-members.

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Youngsters invite community to charity coffee morning

10 October 2021
Youngsters invite community to charity coffee morning

Youngsters invite community to charity coffee morning

10 October 2021

Year 6 pupils raised nearly £200 by hosting a Macmillan Coffee Morning at their school.


Body coach Joe Wicks visits youngsters at village primary school on UK book tour

08 October 2021
Body coach Joe Wicks visits youngsters at village primary school on UK book tour

Body coach Joe Wicks visits youngsters at village primary school on UK book tour

08 October 2021

Buckminster Primary School was one of only 14 schools to win a visit from Joe Wicks to promote his debut children’s book.


Police make arrests for drink-driving near schools

08 October 2021
Police make arrests for drink-driving near schools

Police make arrests for drink-driving near schools

08 October 2021

Police were called to two separate drink-drive incidents in Grantham this week.


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