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Would you live in a former chapel?

Would you live in a former chapel?

Would you live in a former chapel?

A renovated chapel has gone on the property market in Langtoft.


Period cottage in a popular village on the market

Period cottage in a popular village on the market

Period cottage in a popular village on the market

Ravens in Main Street, Yarwell, is on the market with Richardson.


Is this Clipsham cottage your next home?

Is this Clipsham cottage your next home?

Is this Clipsham cottage your next home?

Blows Cottage in Main Street, Clipsham, is on the market with estate agents Newton Fallowell.


Centenarian Ray Johnston of Bourne had 'an amazing life'

Centenarian Ray Johnston of Bourne had 'an amazing life'

Centenarian Ray Johnston of Bourne had 'an amazing life'

A retired RAF squadron leader had a distinguished career that took him all over the world.


Ryhall Summer Gala fired up by hot new attraction

Ryhall Summer Gala fired up by hot new attraction

Ryhall Summer Gala fired up by hot new attraction

Fine weather helped deliver a 'fabulous' day for the village.


Former BRM driver at club

Former BRM driver at club

Former BRM driver at club

After the August summer break, Bourne Motor Racing Club will resume its monthly meeting at the Corn Exchange on September 12.


Find out what the Mercury thought of Blithe Spirit at Tolethorpe Hall

Find out what the Mercury thought of Blithe Spirit at Tolethorpe Hall

Find out what the Mercury thought of Blithe Spirit at Tolethorpe Hall

Find out what Mercury editor Kerry Coupe thought of show.


200 jobs proposed in A1 hotel services plan

200 jobs proposed in A1 hotel services plan

200 jobs proposed in A1 hotel services plan

An existing pub, diner and disused bus station would be demolished if the scheme was approved.


Bourne hosts extra festivities as part of SKDC's CiCLE Festival

Bourne hosts extra festivities as part of SKDC's CiCLE Festival

Bourne hosts extra festivities as part of SKDC's CiCLE Festival

An events village promises a whole range of family entertainment.


Which of our towns is rarely the subject of a history book?

Which of our towns is rarely the subject of a history book?

Which of our towns is rarely the subject of a history book?

Author Anthony Jennings says he has been inspired to write a book based on his newspaper articles.


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