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Stamford in Bloom would like volunteers

Stamford in Bloom is on the look-out for residents to put forward their front gardens or some display as part of the town’s entry this year .

Ann Ellis, who organises the town’s entry, said she wanted to hear from anyone interested in coming forward, especially in the Gresley Drive

yesterday 17:17
Stamford childminder praised by inspectors

Stamford childminder Suzanne Jane Swann has received an all-round ‘good’ rating from Ofsted.

The inspectors visited her on March 25 and gave the rating for education, the leadership and management, quality of teaching and learning, personal development and outcomes for

yesterday 17:17
Artwork gives colour to Buckles Solicitor's offices in Stamford

Buckles Solicitors’ Stamford office has undergone a makeover thanks to the creative talents of pupils at Witham Hall School.

The firm organised an art competition with the school and 75 pupils across three age ranges took part.

The children were tasked with producing artwork,

yesterday 15:11
Bourne business hot foots it to success

An ambitious shoe store manager is hot-footing it to more qualifications to ensure his customers stay on the right road with their foot health.

Ryan Clements, manager of the North Shoes store in North Street, Bourne, has just achieved a full qualification in biomechanics and orthotics for

yesterday 13:05
Wothorpe Tractor Drive raises charity cash

Hundreds of colourful tractors descended on Wothorpe for the inaugural charity tractor drive that took in RAF Wittering on Sunday.

Around 150 tractors rolled out from George Farm in Wothorpe for the drive that also visited the Burghley Estate.

The event raised £5,000 that will be

yesterday 10:59
Stamford town centre pub seeks to open an extra half-hour

The Stamford Post is looking to open an extra 30 minutes, with it staying open until 1.30am at the weekend.

JD Wetherspoon has applied to South Kesteven District Council to vary a condition it won on appeal in 2013 for extended hours.

The pub, based in the former premises of the

yesterday 08:53
Lord-Lieutenant of Rutland visits Hope Against Cancer facility

Ground-breaking cancer treatments and research will benefit Rutland, Stamford and Bourne residents.

Thanks to the work of the Hope Against Cancer clinical trials facility at the Leicester Royal Infirmary, break-throughs have been made in treating the likes of leukaemia and breast

yesterday 06:47
Bates bags brace while joint player-boss reaches 30-goal mark as Stones secure top five finish and FA Cup spot

Joint player-manager Lee Clarke praised his players' commitment to the Blackstones cause after they netted their target for the season on Saturday.

A 5-2 home success over Holwell Sports at the ALH Recruitment Stadium secured a top five finish in the United Counties League Division One

2019-04-20 22:17
Clarets close in on second spot after Johnson's late winner

Manager Graham Drury was given the perfect birthday present by his players as Stamford stormed to a 4-0 away success at AFC Mansfield on Saturday.

Two goals in each half saw Stamford equal their best away win of the Evo-Stik League Division One East campaign.

They took the lead

2019-04-20 21:14
Private Thai Boxing Academy plan for Stamford business park

A private Thai Boxing Academy has been proposed for the Meadowview Business Units in Stamford.

Mr Kittisak Saeyong, who lives in Granville Avenue, Northborough, near the Deepings, seeks to convert a former conservatory showroom on Uffington Road.

The application to South Kesteven

2019-04-20 19:08
'Good eggs' donated to Co-op Travel of Oakham's Easter appeal for the Vision Children's Centre

Children have shared a large clutch of chocolate eggs thanks to a donations made at the Co-op Travel branch in Burley Road, Oakham.

The eggs were passed on to the own's Visions Children’s Centre, which provides advice and support to parents, carers and children.

Co-op Travel branch

2019-04-20 17:02
Julian Evans attempts to climb Mount Everest in support of The Matt Hampson Foundation as part of the True Adventurers Grand Slam

A Rutlander is attempting to climb Mount Everest as part of a wider challenge.

Julian Evans is taking on the True Adventurers Grand Slam.

Competitors have to reach the north and south pole and climb the highest mountain on each continent.

Only 15 people have ever completed

2019-04-20 14:56
Guided walk to raise money for Stamford in Bloom

A guided walk around Stamford is being held in aid of Stamford in Bloom on May 12.

It will be led by blue badge guide Jill Collinge and will depart from Stamford Arts Centre at 2.30pm.

Tickets cost £6 and can be booked on 01780 755 611.

It celebrates 51 years since the town

2019-04-20 12:50
Morrisons Stamford supports Clic Sargent with car boot sale

A supermarket is taking advantage of closing on Easter Sunday by hosting a charity car boot sale.

The event is organised by Jason Hardstaff, the community champion for Morrisons in Stamford, in support of Clic Sargent.

It takes place on Sunday from 7am for sellers and 7.30am for

2019-04-20 11:47
Coulter and McEwan hold their nerve to make national progress

Before Tiger Woods had time to put on his fifth green jacket at Augusta, Barrie Dawson and his team were celebrating their win in the Burghley Masters on Sunday.

In what has become a very popular early season event at Burghley, this team competition takes place on Masters Sunday, with the

2019-04-20 10:44
Forbidden Forest Festival organisers vow to be safe as event at Grimsthorpe is approved

An application to hold a music festival in the estate of a historic castle has been approved after organisers pledged to make sure the event was safe.

The Forbidden Forest Festival will be coming to the Wild Oaks Forest at Grimsthorpe on May 5 after South Kesteven District Council’s

2019-04-20 08:38
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Stamford in Bloom would like volunteers

Stamford in Bloom is on the look-out for residents to put forward their front gardens or some display as part of the town’s entry this year .

Ann Ellis, who organises the town’s entry, said she wanted to hear from anyone interested in coming forward, especially in the Gresley Drive

yesterday 17:17
Stamford childminder praised by inspectors

Stamford childminder Suzanne Jane Swann has received an all-round ‘good’ rating from Ofsted.

The inspectors visited her on March 25 and gave the rating for education, the leadership and management, quality of teaching and learning, personal development and outcomes for

yesterday 17:17
Artwork gives colour to Buckles Solicitor's offices in Stamford

Buckles Solicitors’ Stamford office has undergone a makeover thanks to the creative talents of pupils at Witham Hall School.

The firm organised an art competition with the school and 75 pupils across three age ranges took part.

The children were tasked with producing artwork,

yesterday 15:11
Bourne business hot foots it to success

An ambitious shoe store manager is hot-footing it to more qualifications to ensure his customers stay on the right road with their foot health.

Ryan Clements, manager of the North Shoes store in North Street, Bourne, has just achieved a full qualification in biomechanics and orthotics for

yesterday 13:05
Wothorpe Tractor Drive raises charity cash

Hundreds of colourful tractors descended on Wothorpe for the inaugural charity tractor drive that took in RAF Wittering on Sunday.

Around 150 tractors rolled out from George Farm in Wothorpe for the drive that also visited the Burghley Estate.

The event raised £5,000 that will be

yesterday 10:59
Stamford town centre pub seeks to open an extra half-hour

The Stamford Post is looking to open an extra 30 minutes, with it staying open until 1.30am at the weekend.

JD Wetherspoon has applied to South Kesteven District Council to vary a condition it won on appeal in 2013 for extended hours.

The pub, based in the former premises of the

yesterday 08:53
Lord-Lieutenant of Rutland visits Hope Against Cancer facility

Ground-breaking cancer treatments and research will benefit Rutland, Stamford and Bourne residents.

Thanks to the work of the Hope Against Cancer clinical trials facility at the Leicester Royal Infirmary, break-throughs have been made in treating the likes of leukaemia and breast

yesterday 06:47
Bates bags brace while joint player-boss reaches 30-goal mark as Stones secure top five finish and FA Cup spot

Joint player-manager Lee Clarke praised his players' commitment to the Blackstones cause after they netted their target for the season on Saturday.

A 5-2 home success over Holwell Sports at the ALH Recruitment Stadium secured a top five finish in the United Counties League Division One

2019-04-20 22:17
Clarets close in on second spot after Johnson's late winner

Manager Graham Drury was given the perfect birthday present by his players as Stamford stormed to a 4-0 away success at AFC Mansfield on Saturday.

Two goals in each half saw Stamford equal their best away win of the Evo-Stik League Division One East campaign.

They took the lead

2019-04-20 21:14
Private Thai Boxing Academy plan for Stamford business park

A private Thai Boxing Academy has been proposed for the Meadowview Business Units in Stamford.

Mr Kittisak Saeyong, who lives in Granville Avenue, Northborough, near the Deepings, seeks to convert a former conservatory showroom on Uffington Road.

The application to South Kesteven

2019-04-20 19:08
'Good eggs' donated to Co-op Travel of Oakham's Easter appeal for the Vision Children's Centre

Children have shared a large clutch of chocolate eggs thanks to a donations made at the Co-op Travel branch in Burley Road, Oakham.

The eggs were passed on to the own's Visions Children’s Centre, which provides advice and support to parents, carers and children.

Co-op Travel branch

2019-04-20 17:02
Julian Evans attempts to climb Mount Everest in support of The Matt Hampson Foundation as part of the True Adventurers Grand Slam

A Rutlander is attempting to climb Mount Everest as part of a wider challenge.

Julian Evans is taking on the True Adventurers Grand Slam.

Competitors have to reach the north and south pole and climb the highest mountain on each continent.

Only 15 people have ever completed

2019-04-20 14:56
Guided walk to raise money for Stamford in Bloom

A guided walk around Stamford is being held in aid of Stamford in Bloom on May 12.

It will be led by blue badge guide Jill Collinge and will depart from Stamford Arts Centre at 2.30pm.

Tickets cost £6 and can be booked on 01780 755 611.

It celebrates 51 years since the town

2019-04-20 12:50
Morrisons Stamford supports Clic Sargent with car boot sale

A supermarket is taking advantage of closing on Easter Sunday by hosting a charity car boot sale.

The event is organised by Jason Hardstaff, the community champion for Morrisons in Stamford, in support of Clic Sargent.

It takes place on Sunday from 7am for sellers and 7.30am for

2019-04-20 11:47
Coulter and McEwan hold their nerve to make national progress

Before Tiger Woods had time to put on his fifth green jacket at Augusta, Barrie Dawson and his team were celebrating their win in the Burghley Masters on Sunday.

In what has become a very popular early season event at Burghley, this team competition takes place on Masters Sunday, with the

2019-04-20 10:44
Forbidden Forest Festival organisers vow to be safe as event at Grimsthorpe is approved

An application to hold a music festival in the estate of a historic castle has been approved after organisers pledged to make sure the event was safe.

The Forbidden Forest Festival will be coming to the Wild Oaks Forest at Grimsthorpe on May 5 after South Kesteven District Council’s

2019-04-20 08:38
Latest news from Bourne
yesterday 17:17 Stamford in Bloom would like volunteers
yesterday 17:17 Stamford childminder praised by inspectors
yesterday 15:11 Artwork gives colour to Buckles Solicitor's offices in Stamford
yesterday 13:05 Bourne business hot foots it to success
yesterday 10:59 Wothorpe Tractor Drive raises charity cash
yesterday 08:53 Stamford town centre pub seeks to open an extra half-hour
yesterday 06:47 Lord-Lieutenant of Rutland visits Hope Against Cancer facility
2019-04-20 22:17 Bates bags brace while joint player-boss reaches 30-goal mark as Stones secure top five finish and FA Cup spot
2019-04-20 21:14 Clarets close in on second spot after Johnson's late winner
2019-04-20 19:08 Private Thai Boxing Academy plan for Stamford business park
2019-04-20 17:02 'Good eggs' donated to Co-op Travel of Oakham's Easter appeal for the Vision Children's Centre
2019-04-20 14:56 Julian Evans attempts to climb Mount Everest in support of The Matt Hampson Foundation as part of the True Adventurers Grand Slam
2019-04-20 12:50 Guided walk to raise money for Stamford in Bloom
2019-04-20 11:47 Morrisons Stamford supports Clic Sargent with car boot sale
2019-04-20 10:44 Coulter and McEwan hold their nerve to make national progress
2019-04-20 08:38 Forbidden Forest Festival organisers vow to be safe as event at Grimsthorpe is approved
2019-04-19 21:05 How Bryan Goodey of Southfields Nurseries in Morton became King of the cacti world
2019-04-19 20:02 Player-coach wants to remain involved at Milking Nook Drove
2019-04-19 18:59 Market Deeping's Wednesday market will continue along with the new Saturday market
2019-04-19 15:50 Children getting fit on a daily mile track at Cottesmore Academy
2019-04-19 15:50 Good crowd of people attend Bourne's Walk of Witness on Good Friday
2019-04-19 14:47 Rangers can secure runners-up spot with Blackstones bidding to bank FA Cup place
2019-04-19 14:47 Morton New Day Baptist Church minister Andy McManus to cycle from Brighton to Bourne for Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice
2019-04-19 12:41 Rutland Radio's Rob Persani returns as host for our 14th Mercury Business Awards
2019-04-19 12:41 Oakham twinning trip is hit with Germans
2019-04-19 11:38 Stamford's hosts have been relegated after failing to meet ground grading criteria
2019-04-19 11:38 Brexit-supporting troll who sent MPs including Stamford's Nick Boles death threats is jailed
2019-04-19 11:38 Stamford police inspector's warning over drink and drug use during Easter bank holiday weekend
2019-04-19 11:38 South Kesteven District Council candidate profiles for Stamford St Mary's Ward correction
2019-04-19 08:29 Bourne youngster Tallulah Tyler inspires her uncle Ricky Tyler to cycle 270 miles to raise money for the Prader Willi Syndrome Association
2019-04-18 21:59 Tigers tamed by 10-man Wakes after dramatic finish to Youth League clash
2019-04-18 20:56 Man taken to hospital after chemical incident at Stibbington
2019-04-18 19:53 Second place finish and new class lap record for Dolby
2019-04-18 18:50 Peach and Warwood win competitive doubles clash
2019-04-18 18:50 Fire in loft of Wansford home near A1 and A47
2019-04-18 18:50 Wothorpe Tractor Drive raises charity cash
2019-04-18 17:47 Brexit group formed in Stamford
2019-04-18 17:47 Police ask for the public's help to tackle lead thefts in the Stamford and Bourne areas
2019-04-18 16:44 Electrical cable stolen from Cemex UK in West Deeping
2019-04-18 16:44 Stamford meeting tonight on Cherryholt Road housing proposals
2019-04-18 16:44 Little House of Oasis shop in Stamford High Street opens at 9.30am today
2019-04-18 15:41 Concern over plans for homes at Woolfox in Rutland and north of Stamford
2019-04-18 14:38 Peach and Warwood win competitive doubles clash
2019-04-18 13:35 The mystery of Subway's closure is solved
2019-04-18 13:35 UPDATED: Man taken to hospital after chemical incident at Stibbington
2019-04-18 13:35 Lincolnshire businesses join forces to fight cyber-crime
2019-04-18 12:32 NHS reminder on where to access medical treatment during the Easter bank holiday weekend
2019-04-18 10:26 Man taken to hospital after incident at Stibbington as air ambulance lands at the scene
2019-04-18 10:26 Chef to celebrities like Elton John and Take That set to open new Asian restaurant at former Prezzo site in Stamford in partnership with owner of Otters Pocket
2019-04-18 08:20 Oakham Festival will return in 2019 as Debbie Oakes and Carolyn Acton-Reed step forward to organise the popular event
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