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New surface will protect iconic Grantham oak

New surface will protect iconic Grantham oak

New surface will protect iconic Grantham oak

28 March 2019

One of the town’s most iconic trees will be protected for generations after further measures were carried out.


County council aims to cut carbon emissions by 20 per cent in four years

County council aims to cut carbon emissions by 20 per cent in four years

County council aims to cut carbon emissions by 20 per cent in four years

26 March 2019

Council wants to save £12 million


Farmer hopes fly-tippers will be prosecuted

Farmer hopes fly-tippers will be prosecuted

Farmer hopes fly-tippers will be prosecuted

26 March 2019

A farmer found a heap of waste dumped at the end of his lane.


Elderly neighbours take action over 'dangerous' footpath in Great Gonerby

Elderly neighbours take action over 'dangerous' footpath in Great Gonerby

Elderly neighbours take action over 'dangerous' footpath in Great Gonerby

22 March 2019

A 93-year-old great grandmother and her 70-year-old neighbour cleared a footpath after wet leaves were turning it into a ‘dangerous eyesore.’


Scores of trees felled next to railway line in Grantham

Scores of trees felled next to railway line in Grantham

Scores of trees felled next to railway line in Grantham

16 March 2019

Network Rail says trees cut down for safety reasons


Mum's fury over dog mess outside primary school in Great Gonerby

Mum's fury over dog mess outside primary school in Great Gonerby

Mum's fury over dog mess outside primary school in Great Gonerby

14 March 2019

Schoolchildren regularly have to dodge dog mess at the school gates.


Car seat among items pulled from River Witham in Grantham

Car seat among items pulled from River Witham in Grantham

Car seat among items pulled from River Witham in Grantham

14 March 2019

The back seat of a car was just one of the items pulled from the River Witham in Grantham last week.


Hundreds across South Kesteven fined for litter offences

Hundreds across South Kesteven fined for litter offences

Hundreds across South Kesteven fined for litter offences

13 March 2019

More than 330 litter louts including many in Grantham have been issued with on-the-spot fines.


Plans for Grantham park could help improve health

Plans for Grantham park could help improve health

Plans for Grantham park could help improve health

13 March 2019

Range of improvements will include a nature trail and new fishing platforms


South Kesteven launches grass cutting company

South Kesteven launches grass cutting company

South Kesteven launches grass cutting company

01 March 2019

Venture aims to generate revenue for SKDC.


Grantham job seekers take part in training course as part of heritage project

Grantham job seekers take part in training course as part of heritage project

Grantham job seekers take part in training course as part of heritage project

26 February 2019

The £1.2 million project is a partnership between Grantham-based charity the Woodland Trust and the National Trust.


New £20m leisure centre approved

New £20m leisure centre approved

New £20m leisure centre approved

24 February 2019

Green light for facility


Refill scheme gains backing

Refill scheme gains backing

Refill scheme gains backing

24 February 2019

Call for businesses to join 'Refill Rushcliffe'


Garden waste collections due to start again

Garden waste collections due to start again

Garden waste collections due to start again

22 February 2019

Fortnightly collections to resume on April 1


Anger as 'rubbish and human waste' left in Long Bennington

Anger as 'rubbish and human waste' left in Long Bennington

Anger as 'rubbish and human waste' left in Long Bennington

03 February 2019

Residents are angry at the amount of rubbish and ‘human waste’ being left behind by lorry drivers who park in their village overnight.


Ancaster nursery signs up for Woodland Trust's green award

Ancaster nursery signs up for Woodland Trust's green award

Ancaster nursery signs up for Woodland Trust's green award

28 January 2019

The award encourages teachers to take the classroom outdoors and connect children with woods and wildlife.


'Mindless' vandals destroy memorial tree for popular Colsterworth man

'Mindless' vandals destroy memorial tree for popular Colsterworth man

'Mindless' vandals destroy memorial tree for popular Colsterworth man

11 January 2019

A tree decorated in memory of a popular dog walker has been destroyed in a “mindless act of vandalism”.


Wyndham Park's grand old horse chestnut tree reveals true age

Wyndham Park's grand old horse chestnut tree reveals true age

Wyndham Park's grand old horse chestnut tree reveals true age

05 January 2019

Tree was between 160 and 170 years old


Villagers fight plans for quarry in Colsterworth

Villagers fight plans for quarry in Colsterworth

Villagers fight plans for quarry in Colsterworth

30 December 2018

Angry residents have set up an action group to fight plans for a proposed quarry in their village.


Grantham sunrisers plant thousands of daffodil bulbs

Grantham sunrisers plant thousands of daffodil bulbs

Grantham sunrisers plant thousands of daffodil bulbs

25 December 2018

Green-fingered members at Grantham Sunrise Rotary Club have planted 5,000 daffodil bulbs on Barrowby Road.


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