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Football fans welcome new tea hut at Grantham stadium

Football fans at Grantham Town Football Club were able to tuck into burgers and pasties at the official opening of the Gingerbreads’ new tea hut on Saturday.

Reader letter

Grantham Journal letter: Help me find my friend Dorothy

I am writing from South Africa and trying to find some information on my friend Dorothy Bacon, who is 86 years old.

Lost Village

What’s On: Embrace the surreal at Lost Village festival

A host of well-known musicians and comedians will perform at this year’s Lost Village forest festival (August 24-27).

Reader letter

Grantham Journal letter: We are committed to breastfeeding support says council

I would like to respond to the letter in last week’s Grantham Journal, signed by the breastfeeding mummies of Belton Lane Children’s Centre.

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Submarine Scout 39 crashes in Thurlby on its delivery flight to Cranwell.

What’s On: Time to take to the skies with new exhibition at Cranwell museum

Cranwell Aviation Heritage Museum’s upcoming exhibition – Airships over Lincolnshire… Lighter than Air – will open to the public next month, exploring the vital role airships and hot air balloons have played and the involvement of the Lighter than Air Section at Cranwell.

Reader letter

Grantham Journal letter: SKDC vans should not park on roads

As residents of just one street in Grantham, we would like SKDC to tell us why their workers are allowed to bring council vans home and park outside, even when they have drives outside their houses on the road.

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Court news.

Court round-up: Grantham area cases

Grantham area defendants brought before magistrates recently include:

Reader letter

Grantham Journal letter: Cutbacks to grass and hedge cutting utter madness

Richard Davies has announced that they are reducing the number of times the hedges and side of the roads in the rural areas will be cut, to save money this year.

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National Front supporters to march through Grantham tomorrow

National Front supporters to march through Grantham tomorrow

Supporters from the National Front, a far-right political party in the UK, will be marching through Grantham tomorrow afternoon (Saturday)

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The Mayor of Grantham Coun Mike Cook cuts ribbon on Monday with owner Rupert Stanton and sales assistants, from left, Ester Stanton, Janelle Denny, Tina Stanton and Carla Chattell.

Mobility aid centre opens in former Grantham antiques shop

The Mayor of Grantham was the guest of honour at the official opening of Grantham’s latest business, Prime Comforts, on Monday.

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Vandals destroyed the park within hours of the NCS opening yesterday.

Vandals destroy Grantham forest school just hours after it opens

Senseless vandals have destroyed a brand new forest school, just hours after it was opened in Wyndham Park, Grantham.

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Fireworks, Belvoir Castle. Photo: Fotodarren

Pictures: Pyrotechnics teams battle it out in grounds of Belvoir Castle

The sky above Belvoir Castle was awash with colour on Saturday evening, as it hosted a fireworks extravaganza.

When the hedgehog was found, it was covered in rat poison.

Happy ending for hedgehog covered in poison thanks to Grantham family

A wildlife loving family are warning people against using rat poison, after rescuing a baby hedgehog that had become covered in it.

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Overnight vigil, Grantham A&E

Grantham Hospital campaigners mark the year with overnight vigil

Torrential rain and wind didn’t stop dedicated hospital campaigners from staging an overnight vigil, to mark one year since Grantham Hospital’s A&E unit closed overnight.

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A-levels, Walton Girls' High School: Sanchita Sadanand, Elen Weaire and Imogen Evans

A-level results, Walton Girls’: Academic and vocational success for Walton sixth form

Walton Girls’ High School in Grantham, part of the Diverse Academies Learning Partnership, saw students and staff celebrating A-level and BTEC results, as the expanding co-educational sixth form goes from strength to strength.


A-level results, Sir William Robertson Academy: A record breaking year

Sir William Robertson Academy’s fourth cohort of Year 13 students is celebrating their best ever exam success with the school’s fourth full set of A2 levels.

Priory Ruskin

A-level results, Priory Ruskin Academy: ‘Best ever A-level results’

Priory Ruskin Academy is celebrating its best ever attainment at A-level and level 3 vocational courses.

Grantham College: Thomas Hart

A-level results, Grantham College: Students celebrate their results

Students and their lecturers are celebrating A-level results with 11 subject areas achieving a 100 per cent pass rate.

A-levels, KGGS

A-level results, KGGS: A* grades ‘highest ever’

Kesteven and Grantham Girls’ School reported another excellent year for results at A-level with 69 per cent of all grades being awarded at A*/B.

King's School headmaster Frank Hedley

A-level results, King’s School: ‘I am immensely proud of the boys and their achievements’ says headmaster

The King’s School is celebrating another impressive set of A-level results with 30 students attaining at least three A grades or better.

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