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Cow from Caldecott is moo-ving again after rescue by Uppingham fire crews

The owner of a cow which was rescued by fire crews says the animal is now 'perfectly fine'.

Uppingham fire crews rescued a cow on Tuesday (August 4) and carried it back to the farm on the front of a digger.

The cow’s owner Peggy Dickinson, from Caldecott, said it’s not the first

today 16:14
Road near Corby Glen closed following 'serious' crash between a car and motorcycle

A road is closed following a collision between and a car and a motorcycle near Corby Glen this afternoon (Sunday).

The A151 Bourne Road is closed in both directions with diversions in place.

Emergency services are on the scene.

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today 14:08
Animal behaviour expert Karen Wild talks about the pitfalls of buying a puppy

In her latest column, animal behaviour expert Karen Wild talks about the pitfalls of buying a puppy:

Are you planning to get a puppy?

There are plenty of them online, aren’t there? However, this is a live animal that you will have for around 15 years or so. Do you think about this

today 14:08
Welland House in Tixover is on the market with Fine and Country

Welland House is set in an idyllic, rural setting in the Rutland village of Tixover.

The superb Stamford limestone house benefits from glorious views of the River Welland flowing at the foot of the garden.

In recent years the house - which was originally three adjoining cottages -

today 12:02
Rutland and Melton MP addresses rising Covid-19 infection rates in her latest column

In her latest column, Rutland and Melton MP Alicia Kearns talks about the rising Covid-19 infection rates:

Locally I know residents will be concerned by media reports of rising infection rates in Melton, Peterborough, Northampton and how these higher rates of infection might impact us in

today 09:56
Tributes paid to man who served as town clerk in Stamford and Chief Inspector of Rutland

Tributes have been paid to a man, who served as a town clerk in Stamford and the Chief Inspector of Rutland.

Anthony Wain died in the early hours of July 25. He was 86-years-old.

His granddaughter Emily said that in his many roles, Anthony, of Tony, had touched the lives of

today 08:53
Former New College Stamford pupil creates The Rutland Chef

A couple have started up a new business in a bid to fulfil their culinary dream.

Samuel and Mary Reilly, who live in Oakham, decided it was time for a new business venture and so The Rutland Chef was born.

Samuel, 26, said: “We have always wanted to but never had enough time to

today 06:47
Lose yourself in nostalgia with the latest Mercury Memories feature

Take a stroll down Memory Lane with this week's Mercury Memories feature:

10 years ago

Councillors have put forward the suggestion because they say Lincolnshire County Council and South Kesteven District Council are not taking action against the problem.

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yesterday 17:08
'The A1 between Grantham and Stamford is in need of improvement'

It was once said that roads are made for journeys not destinations, writes MP for Stamford and Grantham Gareth Davies.

We spend so much of our lives on our roads. Over time I would like to see us spend far less –this would certainly help the environment, but for now, so many rely on a

yesterday 16:05
Police investigate fire in Market Deeping in which house was destroyed

Police are are investigating a fire in Market Deeping which destroyed a house.

Police and fire crews were called to Beech Close,Market Deeping just before 4am today (Saturday, August 8).

In a statement, police said the property was extensively damaged but said "thankfully no-one was

yesterday 15:02
The Yard in Stamford back 'Rescue the Indoor Play Industry from Closure’ petition

While many businesses have reopened their doors and welcomed back staff, those left off the list are calling on the Government for more support.

Indoor soft play centres, such as The Yard in Stamford, are among those who have been forced to remain closed

Jo Henchy, who co-owns The

yesterday 13:59
Joshua Yarham sets out aims as mayor of Market Deeping

Since Joshua Yarham took over as mayor of Market Deeping in May his journey has been ‘unconventional’.

Coun Yarham joined the council in July 2019 and quickly rose to secure the position of mayor in less than a year.

He said: “It has been strange and unconventional but it’s

yesterday 12:56
Paranormal investigators will host an event at Tolethorpe Hall

A team of paranormal investigators hope to uncover ghostly goings on at Tolethorpe Hall.

Haunted Heritage is hosting a late-night vigil at the venue in October.

Company directors Gill Hibbert and Michele Smith will lead the five-hour investigation using specialist equipment to pick

yesterday 10:50
Firefighters rescue person from crash in Dowsby

A person was rescued by firefighters after a collision.

Spalding, Bourne and Donington firefighters were called to Main Road, Dowsby, at 4.40pm yesterday (Friday, August 7).

Crews used manpower to life a casualty from the vehicle and small tools to make the vehicle safe. The casualty

yesterday 09:47
Serious fire in Market Deeping

Firefighters from five stations were called to a blaze in Market Deeping during the early hours of this morning (Saturday, August 8).

Crews from Bourne, Stamford, Spalding and Crowland joined firefighters from Market Deeping in Beech Close after the alarm was raised at 3.30am.

A

yesterday 09:47
Bourne United Charities gift grant to Don’t Lose Hope for 'Man Shed’

A charity has donated £12,000 to help with the building of a ‘Man Shed’ style workshop.

Bourne United Charities has given a grant to Don’t Lose Hope so that the mental health charity can continue with plans to build the workshop on the Wellhead Community Garden.

Due to the

yesterday 08:44
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Cow from Caldecott is moo-ving again after rescue by Uppingham fire crews

The owner of a cow which was rescued by fire crews says the animal is now 'perfectly fine'.

Uppingham fire crews rescued a cow on Tuesday (August 4) and carried it back to the farm on the front of a digger.

The cow’s owner Peggy Dickinson, from Caldecott, said it’s not the first

today 16:14
Road near Corby Glen closed following 'serious' crash between a car and motorcycle

A road is closed following a collision between and a car and a motorcycle near Corby Glen this afternoon (Sunday).

The A151 Bourne Road is closed in both directions with diversions in place.

Emergency services are on the scene.

More by this author

today 14:08
Animal behaviour expert Karen Wild talks about the pitfalls of buying a puppy

In her latest column, animal behaviour expert Karen Wild talks about the pitfalls of buying a puppy:

Are you planning to get a puppy?

There are plenty of them online, aren’t there? However, this is a live animal that you will have for around 15 years or so. Do you think about this

today 14:08
Welland House in Tixover is on the market with Fine and Country

Welland House is set in an idyllic, rural setting in the Rutland village of Tixover.

The superb Stamford limestone house benefits from glorious views of the River Welland flowing at the foot of the garden.

In recent years the house - which was originally three adjoining cottages -

today 12:02
Rutland and Melton MP addresses rising Covid-19 infection rates in her latest column

In her latest column, Rutland and Melton MP Alicia Kearns talks about the rising Covid-19 infection rates:

Locally I know residents will be concerned by media reports of rising infection rates in Melton, Peterborough, Northampton and how these higher rates of infection might impact us in

today 09:56
Tributes paid to man who served as town clerk in Stamford and Chief Inspector of Rutland

Tributes have been paid to a man, who served as a town clerk in Stamford and the Chief Inspector of Rutland.

Anthony Wain died in the early hours of July 25. He was 86-years-old.

His granddaughter Emily said that in his many roles, Anthony, of Tony, had touched the lives of

today 08:53
Former New College Stamford pupil creates The Rutland Chef

A couple have started up a new business in a bid to fulfil their culinary dream.

Samuel and Mary Reilly, who live in Oakham, decided it was time for a new business venture and so The Rutland Chef was born.

Samuel, 26, said: “We have always wanted to but never had enough time to

today 06:47
Lose yourself in nostalgia with the latest Mercury Memories feature

Take a stroll down Memory Lane with this week's Mercury Memories feature:

10 years ago

Councillors have put forward the suggestion because they say Lincolnshire County Council and South Kesteven District Council are not taking action against the problem.

More by this author

yesterday 17:08
'The A1 between Grantham and Stamford is in need of improvement'

It was once said that roads are made for journeys not destinations, writes MP for Stamford and Grantham Gareth Davies.

We spend so much of our lives on our roads. Over time I would like to see us spend far less –this would certainly help the environment, but for now, so many rely on a

yesterday 16:05
Police investigate fire in Market Deeping in which house was destroyed

Police are are investigating a fire in Market Deeping which destroyed a house.

Police and fire crews were called to Beech Close,Market Deeping just before 4am today (Saturday, August 8).

In a statement, police said the property was extensively damaged but said "thankfully no-one was

yesterday 15:02
The Yard in Stamford back 'Rescue the Indoor Play Industry from Closure’ petition

While many businesses have reopened their doors and welcomed back staff, those left off the list are calling on the Government for more support.

Indoor soft play centres, such as The Yard in Stamford, are among those who have been forced to remain closed

Jo Henchy, who co-owns The

yesterday 13:59
Joshua Yarham sets out aims as mayor of Market Deeping

Since Joshua Yarham took over as mayor of Market Deeping in May his journey has been ‘unconventional’.

Coun Yarham joined the council in July 2019 and quickly rose to secure the position of mayor in less than a year.

He said: “It has been strange and unconventional but it’s

yesterday 12:56
Paranormal investigators will host an event at Tolethorpe Hall

A team of paranormal investigators hope to uncover ghostly goings on at Tolethorpe Hall.

Haunted Heritage is hosting a late-night vigil at the venue in October.

Company directors Gill Hibbert and Michele Smith will lead the five-hour investigation using specialist equipment to pick

yesterday 10:50
Firefighters rescue person from crash in Dowsby

A person was rescued by firefighters after a collision.

Spalding, Bourne and Donington firefighters were called to Main Road, Dowsby, at 4.40pm yesterday (Friday, August 7).

Crews used manpower to life a casualty from the vehicle and small tools to make the vehicle safe. The casualty

yesterday 09:47
Serious fire in Market Deeping

Firefighters from five stations were called to a blaze in Market Deeping during the early hours of this morning (Saturday, August 8).

Crews from Bourne, Stamford, Spalding and Crowland joined firefighters from Market Deeping in Beech Close after the alarm was raised at 3.30am.

A

yesterday 09:47
Bourne United Charities gift grant to Don’t Lose Hope for 'Man Shed’

A charity has donated £12,000 to help with the building of a ‘Man Shed’ style workshop.

Bourne United Charities has given a grant to Don’t Lose Hope so that the mental health charity can continue with plans to build the workshop on the Wellhead Community Garden.

Due to the

yesterday 08:44
Latest news from Bourne
today 16:14 Cow from Caldecott is moo-ving again after rescue by Uppingham fire crews
today 14:08 Road near Corby Glen closed following 'serious' crash between a car and motorcycle
today 14:08 Animal behaviour expert Karen Wild talks about the pitfalls of buying a puppy
today 12:02 Welland House in Tixover is on the market with Fine and Country
today 09:56 Rutland and Melton MP addresses rising Covid-19 infection rates in her latest column
today 08:53 Tributes paid to man who served as town clerk in Stamford and Chief Inspector of Rutland
today 06:47 Former New College Stamford pupil creates The Rutland Chef
yesterday 17:08 Lose yourself in nostalgia with the latest Mercury Memories feature
yesterday 16:05 'The A1 between Grantham and Stamford is in need of improvement'
yesterday 15:02 Police investigate fire in Market Deeping in which house was destroyed
yesterday 13:59 The Yard in Stamford back 'Rescue the Indoor Play Industry from Closure’ petition
yesterday 12:56 Joshua Yarham sets out aims as mayor of Market Deeping
yesterday 10:50 Paranormal investigators will host an event at Tolethorpe Hall
yesterday 09:47 Firefighters rescue person from crash in Dowsby
yesterday 09:47 Serious fire in Market Deeping
yesterday 08:44 Bourne United Charities gift grant to Don’t Lose Hope for 'Man Shed’
yesterday 08:44 Serious fire in Market Deeping
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2020-08-07 16:50 Residents in Market Overton, Rutland, in a flap after huge hen house gets planning permission
2020-08-07 15:47 Lincolnshire County Council leader says more funding and powers needed to tackle impact of coronavirus on rural economy
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2020-08-07 12:38 Mayor of Market Deeping Joshua Yarham attends Deeping RUFC training session
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2020-08-07 08:26 Leader of South Kesteven District Council Kelham Cooke apologises for breaking social distancing rules with friends in Dorset
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2020-08-06 19:51 M&Co in Burley Road, Oakham to be saved
2020-08-06 18:47 South Kesteven District Council to hold carvery in Bourne Corn Exchange
2020-08-06 18:47 Public Health England issue advice for heatwave in Stamford, Rutland, Bourne and the Deepings on Friday
2020-08-06 16:41 Lincolnshire Police officer writes first book in Stamford after becoming hooked on fantasy novels while recovering from stroke
2020-08-06 14:35 Cancellation of Burghley Horse Trials and Rutland Open Studios inspires Ketton artist Gillian Durno to host an exhibition at Stamford Contemporary Arts
2020-08-06 12:29 Sacrewell Farm welcomes a new rare breed Suffolk Punch horse
2020-08-06 11:26 No-one found in manhunt after Oakham shooting
2020-08-06 10:23 Grandmother and Rutland county councillor 'intimidated' by villagers over plan for earth-sheltered eco-house in Whitwell
2020-08-06 08:17 One-way system in Oakham has divided opinion with people fearing it will become a permanent change to the town centre
2020-08-05 23:53 Police helicopter deployed in Oakham after man shot with air weapon
2020-08-05 20:44 Corby man charged following collision into a property in A6003 Caldecott
2020-08-05 20:44 Police release CCTV images of man in relation to vandalism in Stamford
2020-08-05 19:41 Oakham woman to trek Jordan desert for Jo’s Cervical Cancer Trust
2020-08-05 18:38 Singer Charity Stow from Stamford promotes single released during lockdown
2020-08-05 17:35 Heatwave returns to Stamford, Rutland Bourne and the Deepings as Friday's temperature hits 31C
2020-08-05 16:32 Friends of Mill Field in Market Deeping meet MP Sir John Hayes
2020-08-05 15:29 Coronavirus cases rise in South Kesteven but no new cases detected in Rutland
2020-08-05 14:26 M&Co closes its branches in Stamford and Bourne
2020-08-05 14:26 Stamford Ladies Fundraising Committee raise funds for Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice
2020-08-05 13:23 WH Smith to slash up to 1,500 jobs amid ‘slow’ Covid-19 recovery
2020-08-05 13:23 M&Co closes its branches in Stamford and Bourne
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