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Cubs' whirlwind clean up fills 20 bags with litter

Cubs' whirlwind clean up fills 20 bags with litter

Cubs' whirlwind clean up fills 20 bags with litter

A cub scout group has returned to 'face-to-face' meetings with an action-packed event.


Look after nature as lockdown eases

Look after nature as lockdown eases

Look after nature as lockdown eases

The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust and the NFU for Rutland are encouraging people to look after nature and the environment around them as lockdown eases.


Help nature recover by pledging your garden to wildlife project

Help nature recover by pledging your garden to wildlife project

Help nature recover by pledging your garden to wildlife project

People in Stamford, Bourne and the Deepings are being encouraged to get involved in a great new wildlife scheme from the comfort of their own garden.


Two rare eagles spotted in skies

Two rare eagles spotted in skies

Two rare eagles spotted in skies

The UK's largest bird of prey has been spotted locally over the weekend.


Drum of red fluid caused alarm

Drum of red fluid caused alarm

Drum of red fluid caused alarm

Emergency services were called after a 10-litre barrel of red liquid was spotted leaking into a drain.


March the Month fundraiser is off to a flying start

March the Month fundraiser is off to a flying start

March the Month fundraiser is off to a flying start

Ian's nature walks will raise more than £1,200 for Prostate Cancer UK.


Residents call for bypass to be added to vision of town’s future

Residents call for bypass to be added to vision of town’s future

Residents call for bypass to be added to vision of town’s future

A plan to help shape the future of a town has gained support from residents - and could include a vision for a bypass.


Ian is ready to 'March the Month' for cancer charity

Ian is ready to 'March the Month' for cancer charity

Ian is ready to 'March the Month' for cancer charity

The fact that charities are having a tough time raising money at the moment is not lost on Ian Misselbrook.


Will you vote in the referendum on Thursday, May 6?

Will you vote in the referendum on Thursday, May 6?

Will you vote in the referendum on Thursday, May 6?

More than four years of hard work by volunteers has succeeded in the creation of a detailed document to guide development.


The 'Big Clean': before and after pictures

The 'Big Clean': before and after pictures

The 'Big Clean': before and after pictures

People can take greater pride in the places they live thanks to two teams that clean up grotspots and graffiti.


Are you taking part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch?

Are you taking part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch?

Are you taking part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch?

Many across the area will be taking part in the RSPB's Big Garden Birdwatch, which runs from today (Friday, January 29) until Sunday.


Watchdog takes up flooding fight

Watchdog takes up flooding fight

Watchdog takes up flooding fight

A watchdog has stepped in to help villagers rid their streets of overflowing sewage.


Nature reserve closed as breeding cranes make earlier than expected return

Nature reserve closed as breeding cranes make earlier than expected return

Nature reserve closed as breeding cranes make earlier than expected return

Willow Tree Fen has been closed after a pair of cranes, which bred for the first time in the county for 400 years last year, arrived.


Desperate plea to stop the sewage

Desperate plea to stop the sewage

Desperate plea to stop the sewage

Villagers are calling for help to stop their streets being covered in sewage.


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