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Stamford snowdrop walk to remember loved ones

Stamford snowdrop walk to remember loved ones

Stamford snowdrop walk to remember loved ones

The Stamford snowdrop walk and planting will raise money for Child Bereavement UK, MindSpace Stamford, and Stamford in Bloom


Haconby snowdrops will ‘live on for dad’

Haconby snowdrops will ‘live on for dad’

Haconby snowdrops will ‘live on for dad’

Nearly 700 people visited a Haconby garden when it opened in tribute to its creator over the weekend


Plans for expansion of quarry

Plans for expansion of quarry

Plans for expansion of quarry

Work would extend quarry's life by up to 18 months


Public inquiry over future of historic Market Deeping Fields

Public inquiry over future of historic Market Deeping Fields

Public inquiry over future of historic Market Deeping Fields

A public inquiry opened into whether the land on Millfield Lane should be given ‘village green’ status


Photographer's life in focus

Photographer's life in focus

Photographer's life in focus

Sitting in a school assembly hall, Tom Robinson could never have imagined those few minutes would spark a lifelong passion


Changes to bin collections over Christmas and New Year

Changes to bin collections over Christmas and New Year

Changes to bin collections over Christmas and New Year

Your bin day might have changed


Butchers look to chop away plastics use

Butchers look to chop away plastics use

Butchers look to chop away plastics use

The co-owner of a Manthorpe butcher estimates she will save around 100,000 plastic bags per year by using alternative, recyclable packaging


SKDC enviro officers tackle littering with £100 penalties

SKDC enviro officers tackle littering with £100 penalties

SKDC enviro officers tackle littering with £100 penalties

Officer issues four Fixed Penalty Notices on first day in the job for dropping cigarette butts


Bug hunt reveals diverse range of insects

Bug hunt reveals diverse range of insects

Bug hunt reveals diverse range of insects

Group joins bug expert Dr Keith Porter to hunt for and identify insects in Bourne Wood


Unsightly pylons on their way out

Unsightly pylons on their way out

Unsightly pylons on their way out

Unsightly pylons are to disappear from the skyline in the area as part of a major initiative to improve power supplies


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