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Volunteers transform derelict lock on Grantham Canal

Volunteers transform derelict lock on Grantham Canal

Volunteers transform derelict lock on Grantham Canal

22 August 2019

Volunteers have been working to restore a derelict lock on the Grantham Canal.


Resident disgusted after finding household rubbish dumped in lane

Resident disgusted after finding household rubbish dumped in lane

Resident disgusted after finding household rubbish dumped in lane

20 August 2019

Waste is dumped near bin


‘A natural gem right on town’s doorstep’

‘A natural gem right on town’s doorstep’

‘A natural gem right on town’s doorstep’

12 August 2019

Speed restrictions on Five Gates Lane and more cycleways and footpaths could form part of woods plan.


'We must fight for our street trees,' says Grantham Journal reader

'We must fight for our street trees,' says Grantham Journal reader

'We must fight for our street trees,' says Grantham Journal reader

10 August 2019

Developers should be building on brownfield sites to help reduce climate change.


Grantham College bids to ditch plastic

Grantham College bids to ditch plastic

Grantham College bids to ditch plastic

09 August 2019

Grantham College has switched to plant-based products in a bid to ditch plastic and reduce waste.


Going with the flow on riverside improvements in Grantham and Sleaford

Going with the flow on riverside improvements in Grantham and Sleaford

Going with the flow on riverside improvements in Grantham and Sleaford

09 August 2019

Scheme will establish and improve riverside walks, and river environments, creating ‘blue- green’ corridors.


Couple open park cycle hire shop

Couple open park cycle hire shop

Couple open park cycle hire shop

08 August 2019

Husband and wife team offer everything from adult bikes to a trailer for your dog.


Grantham shoppers donate to foodbank

Grantham shoppers donate to foodbank

Grantham shoppers donate to foodbank

07 August 2019

Shoppers at a Grantham supermarket generously donated 930kg of food and items to Grantham Foodbank in just four hours.


Fly-tippers dump garden waste in country road near Grantham

Fly-tippers dump garden waste in country road near Grantham

Fly-tippers dump garden waste in country road near Grantham

03 August 2019

Thoughtless fly-tippers dumped garden waste in the middle of a country road near Denton at the weekend.


Grantham Canal Society marks their 50th anniversary with cake

Grantham Canal Society marks their 50th anniversary with cake

Grantham Canal Society marks their 50th anniversary with cake

03 August 2019

The Grantham Canal Society celebrated their 50th anniversary at the weekend.


Road closed for two months to allow Anglian Water to search for leak

Road closed for two months to allow Anglian Water to search for leak

Road closed for two months to allow Anglian Water to search for leak

22 July 2019

Water company 'anticipating work to be completed by the end of August'.


BMX bike and skateboard among items recovered from the Witham

BMX bike and skateboard among items recovered from the Witham

BMX bike and skateboard among items recovered from the Witham

22 July 2019

RiverCare group on 89th clean-up


Chicken farm applicant calls on people to learn all the facts before judging controversial plan

Chicken farm applicant calls on people to learn all the facts before judging controversial plan

Chicken farm applicant calls on people to learn all the facts before judging controversial plan

18 July 2019

Call comes after animal rights group submits petition with 25,000 signatures


Animal rights group gathers 25,000 signatures against 'chicken prison'

Animal rights group gathers 25,000 signatures against 'chicken prison'

Animal rights group gathers 25,000 signatures against 'chicken prison'

17 July 2019

The application is for a six-shed farm, which would house 270,000 birds at Great Ponton.


Grantham park awarded Green Flag status for 8th year in a row

Grantham park awarded Green Flag status for 8th year in a row

Grantham park awarded Green Flag status for 8th year in a row

17 July 2019

Award follows a £1million project to restore Wyndham Park to its former glory as the town’s World War One memorial park.


Villagers voice concerns over plans by Duchess of Rutland

Villagers voice concerns over plans by Duchess of Rutland

Villagers voice concerns over plans by Duchess of Rutland

15 July 2019

Bid to remove 300m of hedgerow and keep fertiliser silo

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Trackside ‘looks like Hiroshima after war’ says MP

Trackside ‘looks like Hiroshima after war’ says MP

Trackside ‘looks like Hiroshima after war’ says MP

15 July 2019

Woodland Trust criticises Network Rail over chopping down of trees


17,000 more fish introduced to Witham after devastating pollution

17,000 more fish introduced to Witham after devastating pollution

17,000 more fish introduced to Witham after devastating pollution

13 July 2019

River restocked with a total of 91,000 fish after ammonia incident


'Soaring temperatures are a reminder to recycle'

'Soaring temperatures are a reminder to recycle'

'Soaring temperatures are a reminder to recycle'

13 July 2019

Column by Coun Matthew Lee


Opponents voice fears over quarry plans

Opponents voice fears over quarry plans

Opponents voice fears over quarry plans

13 July 2019

Company claims Rookery Lane can cope with heavy vehicles


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