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Rural lane used by fly-tippers

Rural lane used by fly-tippers

Rural lane used by fly-tippers

02 July 2020

Two lots of waste have been dumped in a rural lane in the space of four days.


Environmentally hazardous motor oil drum pulled from water

Environmentally hazardous motor oil drum pulled from water

Environmentally hazardous motor oil drum pulled from water

01 July 2020

Oil drum, bikes and scooters were among items pulled from the River Witham by volunteers.

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Project to link Belton House estate and Londonthorpe Woods will start soon after £428,000 Lottery boost

Project to link Belton House estate and Londonthorpe Woods will start soon after £428,000 Lottery boost

Project to link Belton House estate and Londonthorpe Woods will start soon after £428,000 Lottery boost

30 June 2020

Plans also include the restoration and opening up of Bellmount Tower and creation of a cycle way to link Grantham town centre to the site.


Strong message to be sent over quarry fears

Strong message to be sent over quarry fears

Strong message to be sent over quarry fears

27 June 2020

District councillors will send a strong message backing people who live near Sudbrook quarry.


Report sets benchmark for SKDC's carbon reduction pledge

Report sets benchmark for SKDC's carbon reduction pledge

Report sets benchmark for SKDC's carbon reduction pledge

26 June 2020

South Kesteven District Council has published report by Carbon Trust.


Tip to soon accept more waste types

Tip to soon accept more waste types

Tip to soon accept more waste types

25 June 2020

Trailers and more waste types will be accepted from July 6.


'Fed up to the back teeth' of people littering at beauty spot

'Fed up to the back teeth' of people littering at beauty spot

'Fed up to the back teeth' of people littering at beauty spot

21 June 2020

An angry reader is calling on parents to make sure they know where their children are.

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Grantham Canal Society are fund-raising for slipway

Grantham Canal Society are fund-raising for slipway

Grantham Canal Society are fund-raising for slipway

21 June 2020

The Grantham Canal Society needs to raise more than £13,000 to complete the slipway at its depot at Woolsthorpe-by-Belvoir.


Lamb producer and wildlife trust boost ties

Lamb producer and wildlife trust boost ties

Lamb producer and wildlife trust boost ties

18 June 2020

A local lamb producer and wildlife trust are working together in a mutually beneficial arrangement.


New turf laid at peg sculpture in Grantham park

New turf laid at peg sculpture in Grantham park

New turf laid at peg sculpture in Grantham park

15 June 2020

A local company has stepped in to help with repairs at the site of a sculpture in Queen Elizabeth Park.


Village garden to open for national scheme

Village garden to open for national scheme

Village garden to open for national scheme

14 June 2020

A village garden will open later this month.


Thoughtful siblings tackle other people's mess

Thoughtful siblings tackle other people's mess

Thoughtful siblings tackle other people's mess

10 June 2020

Kyan and Alyssa grabbed their litter-pickers after hearing of a local 'grot spot'.


Fire service helps out at Grantham Canal

Fire service helps out at Grantham Canal

Fire service helps out at Grantham Canal

08 June 2020

Fire fighters have answered a call from SKDC to improve the water conditions in the canal.


Resident disappointed to see rubbish left on verges as lockdown eases

Resident disappointed to see rubbish left on verges as lockdown eases

Resident disappointed to see rubbish left on verges as lockdown eases

08 June 2020

People are being 'selfish and inconsiderate' by leaving drinks cans, sweet wrappers and fast food bags on the ground.


Sisters praised after they help dad clear overgrown alleyway

Sisters praised after they help dad clear overgrown alleyway

Sisters praised after they help dad clear overgrown alleyway

06 June 2020

Their impressive volunteer work has won praise from residents and passers-by.


'Dangerous' weeds on the banks of council-controlled stretch of canal

'Dangerous' weeds on the banks of council-controlled stretch of canal

'Dangerous' weeds on the banks of council-controlled stretch of canal

04 June 2020

The weeds surrounding the canal have been described as “dangerous for kids”, while fish have been struggling in the low water levels.


Projects will improve River Witham and nearby areas in Grantham

Projects will improve River Witham and nearby areas in Grantham

Projects will improve River Witham and nearby areas in Grantham

02 June 2020

The £1.29m three-year ecological scheme will rejuvenate rivers and riverside areas.


Young litter pickers clean up 'horrendous' mess left at Denton Reservoir

Young litter pickers clean up 'horrendous' mess left at Denton Reservoir

Young litter pickers clean up 'horrendous' mess left at Denton Reservoir

01 June 2020

Do you know who these waste warriors are? Get in touch.

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Belton House sold out ahead of reopening following lockdown

Belton House sold out ahead of reopening following lockdown

Belton House sold out ahead of reopening following lockdown

01 June 2020

The National Trust site has already sold out ahead of its Wednesday reopening.


Artist shows how park could look in a year

Artist shows how park could look in a year

Artist shows how park could look in a year

31 May 2020

Ken Wingad, a local artist, has painted a picture of how Queen Elizabeth Park in Grantham may look this time next year.


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