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'New McDonald's will mean more rubbish dumped'

'New McDonald's will mean more rubbish dumped'

'New McDonald's will mean more rubbish dumped'

04 June 2021

In a letter to the Journal, reader Steve Cattell says a new McDonald's planned for Downtown will mean more rubbish on our roads.


Petition calls for scrapping of plans to create wetlands in town park

Petition calls for scrapping of plans to create wetlands in town park

Petition calls for scrapping of plans to create wetlands in town park

04 June 2021

A petition calling for the scrapping of plans for wetlands to be created in a Grantham park has attracted more than 500 signatures.


New recycling facility to create 50 jobs

New recycling facility to create 50 jobs

New recycling facility to create 50 jobs

04 June 2021

A recycling company is creating 50 jobs with an expansion of its facility near Grantham.


Household waste debate at council meeting

Household waste debate at council meeting

Household waste debate at council meeting

03 June 2021

Councillors are looking for a solution to debates over household waste recycling centres.

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Have your say on plans for 4,000 homes at barracks site

Have your say on plans for 4,000 homes at barracks site

Have your say on plans for 4,000 homes at barracks site

01 June 2021

A public consultation has been launched into plans for 4,000 homes to be built on land off Somerby Hill in Grantham.

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Grantham business challenges village primary school to reuse and repurpose items

Grantham business challenges village primary school to reuse and repurpose items

Grantham business challenges village primary school to reuse and repurpose items

30 May 2021

A Grantham business has challenged a village primary school to come up with ways to reuse and repurpose everyday items.


This is when your bin will be collected next week

This is when your bin will be collected next week

This is when your bin will be collected next week

26 May 2021

Residents of South Kesteven can expect some changes to their bin collection day for the Spring Bank Holiday next week.


Volunteers express concerns over delivery packaging in river

Volunteers express concerns over delivery packaging in river

Volunteers express concerns over delivery packaging in river

25 May 2021

A group of volunteers have expressed concerns over delivery packaging in river after their latest clean-up of the town.


Natural burial ground will be created on farmland

Natural burial ground will be created on farmland

Natural burial ground will be created on farmland

25 May 2021

A family-run farm has received approval to transform one of its fields into a natural burial ground.


Rotarians collect bags of rubbish on third litter-pick

Rotarians collect bags of rubbish on third litter-pick

Rotarians collect bags of rubbish on third litter-pick

24 May 2021

Members of the Rotary Club of Grantham and supporters ventured out on their third litter-picking venture at the weekend.


Rotarians print signs in bid to deter litterbugs

Rotarians print signs in bid to deter litterbugs

Rotarians print signs in bid to deter litterbugs

23 May 2021

Grantham Rotarians have come up with a unique way to try and discourage litterbugs from destroying the environment.


County council focuses attention on priorities of potholes and fly-tipping

County council focuses attention on priorities of potholes and fly-tipping

County council focuses attention on priorities of potholes and fly-tipping

22 May 2021

Lincolnshire County Council leaders have expanded on how they plan to tackle their new priorities, which include potholes and fly-tipping.

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Figures show fly-tippers are going unpunished

Figures show fly-tippers are going unpunished

Figures show fly-tippers are going unpunished

22 May 2021

Government data has revealed that hundreds fly-tipping in South Kesteven went unpunished.


Residents warned not to dump garden waste in rivers and drains

Residents warned not to dump garden waste in rivers and drains

Residents warned not to dump garden waste in rivers and drains

21 May 2021

A warning has been issued by the district council about the dangers of tipping garden waste into rivers and drains.


Grant of £90,000 will fund a 'High Street Sound Walk' in town centre

Grant of £90,000 will fund a 'High Street Sound Walk' in town centre

Grant of £90,000 will fund a 'High Street Sound Walk' in town centre

19 May 2021

A grant of £90,000 has been given by Heritage England to support cultural activities on Grantham High Street.


Pupils scoop eco-award for protecting the environment

Pupils scoop eco-award for protecting the environment

Pupils scoop eco-award for protecting the environment

18 May 2021

Pupils at a village school have achieved a silver award for their work towards protecting the environment.


Grantham woman calls for action on litter after horrendous fly-tipping found on country lane

Grantham woman calls for action on litter after horrendous fly-tipping found on country lane

Grantham woman calls for action on litter after horrendous fly-tipping found on country lane

18 May 2021

A Grantham woman is calling for action after spending two weekends picking up rubbish from a busy country lane near her home.


Thousands of trees under threat over housing development plans

Thousands of trees under threat over housing development plans

Thousands of trees under threat over housing development plans

17 May 2021

Thousands of trees are at risk if current plans for a major housing development in Grantham are given the go ahead.


Rotarians complete second litter pick near A1

Rotarians complete second litter pick near A1

Rotarians complete second litter pick near A1

16 May 2021

Members of the Rotary Club of Grantham undertook their second litter pick around the Gonerby Moor Services area at the weekend.


Sign posts installed in town parks to direct people to the great oak

Sign posts installed in town parks to direct people to the great oak

Sign posts installed in town parks to direct people to the great oak

11 May 2021

A sign-posted trail has been installed to direct visitors to the centuries-old oak tree on Belton Lane.


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