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Creativity on show at scarecrow festival

Creativity on show at scarecrow festival

Organisers of a scarecrow festival were blown away by the creativity of those who took part.


New ban from October 1 signals big change for takeaways and restaurants

New ban from October 1 signals big change for takeaways and restaurants

There are big changes taking place for takeaways, restaurants and other food vendors with a long awaited ban on single-use plastic coming into force.


Midsummer festival to return

Midsummer festival to return

A two-day festival will offer the chance to enjoy a midsummer feast of music, eating, drinking and shopping.


County schools encourage to join pen pal campaign

County schools encourage to join pen pal campaign

Schools across the county are being encouraged to join in a campaign to help children ditch the tech and discover the magic of pen pals.


Entrants excel as show returns

Entrants excel as show returns

Entrants to a horticultural society's show excelled themselves.


No degree of common sense

No degree of common sense

Columnist John Ward looks at feedback in his latest piece.


Bulky cash boost needed to keep gym growing

Bulky cash boost needed to keep gym growing

More than £130,000 is set to be invested into a gym.


Martin and Nick take the honours in Rutland's marathon races

Martin and Nick take the honours in Rutland's marathon races

Helen and Rachel are the leading ladies in annual event at Rutland Water.


Bulky cash boost to keep gym growing

Bulky cash boost to keep gym growing

More than £130,000 is set to be invested into a gym.


Revamp marks milestone anniversary

Revamp marks milestone anniversary

A village hall has been given a new lease of life as it reaches its 100th anniversary.


Man stole meat and booze from Co-op

Man stole meat and booze from Co-op

Stealing wine and meat and using threatening behaviour were among the charges put to defendants.


New headteacher vows to improve school after Ofsted report

New headteacher vows to improve school after Ofsted report

A school has been told to improve its teaching following an inspection.


Love for knitting led to yarn shop

Love for knitting led to yarn shop

At four-years-old, Lucy Crossby's love for knitting began, and since then it has grew and eventually led to her owning her own yarn shop in Grantham.


Pub puts on a great show with music festival

Pub puts on a great show with music festival

Pub-goers enjoyed a spot of live music when they visited their local.


Liz takes on postbox challenge for charity

Liz takes on postbox challenge for charity

A woman hopes a wacky outfit choice will draw in donations.


Quitting council leaves heavy costs

Quitting council leaves heavy costs

An uncertain political future and the scrapping of a £1.2m plan for development has led to many quitting Rutland County Council.


Planes, trains, and automobiles for a good cause

Planes, trains, and automobiles for a good cause

Model enthusiasts flocked to South Holland for a show that raised cash for a great cause.


Deal is done on town's toilets

Deal is done on town's toilets

A council has sold Stamford’s public toilets and a historic landmark for £1 each.


Hospital gets a boost thanks to fun filled fayre

Hospital gets a boost thanks to fun filled fayre

Fundraisers were chuffed to bits at the success of their first event in more than two years.


Rider launches boutique cycling business

Rider launches boutique cycling business

The co-founder of a cycling club has realised a long-held ambition by launching a boutique cycling business.


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