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Grantham boutique has dressed women from all over the world

Grantham boutique has dressed women from all over the world

Grantham boutique has dressed women from all over the world

19 January 2020

It’s been an exciting few months for Debbie Rogers from The Boutique on Guildhall Street, Grantham.


Duchess of Rutland accused of snobbery by Piers Morgan over McDonald's plans

Duchess of Rutland accused of snobbery by Piers Morgan over McDonald's plans

Duchess of Rutland accused of snobbery by Piers Morgan over McDonald's plans

15 January 2020

The Duchess of Rutland appeared on Good Morning Britain yesterday to discuss the new McDonald’s restaurant set to be built near Oakham.


Manager of award-winning restaurant to get involved in Grantham charity events

Manager of award-winning restaurant to get involved in Grantham charity events

Manager of award-winning restaurant to get involved in Grantham charity events

12 January 2020

It’s been just over two months since Everest Inn in Grantham was crowned winner of the Great Taste Award at the Grantham Journal Business Awards.


Councillors support concerns of villagers over chicken farm but delay final decision

Councillors support concerns of villagers over chicken farm but delay final decision

Councillors support concerns of villagers over chicken farm but delay final decision

11 January 2020

A decision on plans for a controversial chicken farm has been put back after councillors said they are minded to refuse it.


Grantham independent shop The White Robin to close this month

Grantham independent shop The White Robin to close this month

Grantham independent shop The White Robin to close this month

11 January 2020

The White Robin Emporium, on Westgate, is holding a closing down sale before the shop closes.


Honoured dentist making a difference

Honoured dentist making a difference

Honoured dentist making a difference

09 January 2020

An award-winning dentist hopes to highlight the importance of dental hygiene after he was made a Member of the British Empire.


Bonmarche could be saved despite its closing down sale

Bonmarche could be saved despite its closing down sale

Bonmarche could be saved despite its closing down sale

07 January 2020

The store continues to trade and there is a possibility that it could be saved if a bidder steps in for the company.


Power cuts were caused by cable fault affecting more than 600 properties

Power cuts were caused by cable fault affecting more than 600 properties

Power cuts were caused by cable fault affecting more than 600 properties

07 January 2020

Western Power Distribution says the fault happened at 11.50am yesterday and affected 607 properties.


Three local eateries 'among best in country' according to national guide

Three local eateries 'among best in country' according to national guide

Three local eateries 'among best in country' according to national guide

05 January 2020

Three local eateries have been named among the best in the UK by Harden’s Best Restaurants Guide 2020.


Grantham's 'Apprentice of the Year' helps earn awards for Ropsley pub

Grantham's 'Apprentice of the Year' helps earn awards for Ropsley pub

Grantham's 'Apprentice of the Year' helps earn awards for Ropsley pub

05 January 2020

Winner of the Apprentice of the Year Award Chloe Welborne is brimming with pride for her place of work.


Three women set up ‘unique’ care consultancy

Three women set up ‘unique’ care consultancy

Three women set up ‘unique’ care consultancy

04 January 2020

Raising the Bar in Care has been launched by Helen Butler and Tina Chapman, based in Grantham, and Sue Jones, from Wales.


Grantham Slimming World consultants meet comedian Alan Carr at awards

Grantham Slimming World consultants meet comedian Alan Carr at awards

Grantham Slimming World consultants meet comedian Alan Carr at awards

01 January 2020

Consultants Joolie and Rhona met celebrity Alan Carr at the annual Slimming Worlds awards.


Railway Children’s Nursery near Grantham is on the right track

Railway Children’s Nursery near Grantham is on the right track

Railway Children’s Nursery near Grantham is on the right track

31 December 2019

Praise has been heaped on a village nursery in its very first Ofsted report.


Sainsbury's staff hand gifts to people with big hearts

Sainsbury's staff hand gifts to people with big hearts

Sainsbury's staff hand gifts to people with big hearts

31 December 2019

'12 Days of Christmas' saw a Grantham supermarket give presents to kind-hearted individuals.


InvestSK ‘making progress’ claim

InvestSK ‘making progress’ claim

InvestSK ‘making progress’ claim

28 December 2019

The council-owned economic regeneration company has produced its first annual review, with it reporting a list of achievements.


Fond farewell as Ann retires from village shop after 27 years

Fond farewell as Ann retires from village shop after 27 years

Fond farewell as Ann retires from village shop after 27 years

21 December 2019

Ann Bentham has worked at Folkingham Shop in the Market Place, Folkingham, since 1992.


New wayfinding boards aim to boost number of visitors to Grantham

New wayfinding boards aim to boost number of visitors to Grantham

New wayfinding boards aim to boost number of visitors to Grantham

20 December 2019

Signboards installed in Grantham are part of South Kesteven District Council’s aim to support local businesses by boosting visitor numbers.


Grantham brewery will cease trading to be replaced by mobile bar business

Grantham brewery will cease trading to be replaced by mobile bar business

Grantham brewery will cease trading to be replaced by mobile bar business

16 December 2019

Oldershaw brewery will stop trading after Christmas following 22 years of business.


Empty shop could become an orthdontic practice

Empty shop could become an orthdontic practice

Empty shop could become an orthdontic practice

12 December 2019

A planning application submitted to the district council seeks to change the use of an empty shop.


Villagers fear their homes and lives will be blighted if quarry plans are approved

Villagers fear their homes and lives will be blighted if quarry plans are approved

Villagers fear their homes and lives will be blighted if quarry plans are approved

07 December 2019

An Irish company has applied to the county council to update the planning conditions for the old quarry off Rookery Lane in Sudbrook.


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