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Grantham funeral director reveals extraordinary finds with his metal detector

Grantham funeral director reveals extraordinary finds with his metal detector

Grantham funeral director reveals extraordinary finds with his metal detector

29 March 2020

A family funeral director has found a unique way to unwind and relax in his spare time.


Coronavirus sparks huge outpouring of community spirit

Coronavirus sparks huge outpouring of community spirit

Coronavirus sparks huge outpouring of community spirit

27 March 2020

The coronavirus crisis has sparked a massive outpouring of true community spirit as everyone pulls together.

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Coronavirus: Viking Signs offer free sign for those in self-isolation

Coronavirus: Viking Signs offer free sign for those in self-isolation

Coronavirus: Viking Signs offer free sign for those in self-isolation

26 March 2020

Viking Signs Ltd have created a free-to-download sign that allows people in self-isolation to ask for help.


Colleagues get behind daffodil appeal

Colleagues get behind daffodil appeal

Colleagues get behind daffodil appeal

25 March 2020

A Grantham firm supported Marie Curie’s biggest fund-raising campaign, The Great Daffodil Appeal.


Lincolnshire Police to feature in TV's Inside the Force: 24/7

Lincolnshire Police to feature in TV's Inside the Force: 24/7

Lincolnshire Police to feature in TV's Inside the Force: 24/7

23 March 2020

The county force will feature in a new documentary that gives an insight into the daily challenges of frontline policing.


Belton House closes its parks and gardens due to coronavirus Covid-19

Belton House closes its parks and gardens due to coronavirus Covid-19

Belton House closes its parks and gardens due to coronavirus Covid-19

22 March 2020

Families planning to visit Belton House parkland on Mother's Day will be disappointed as trust announces it will stay closed.


Bands rock at fund-raising mini festival

Bands rock at fund-raising mini festival

Bands rock at fund-raising mini festival

21 March 2020

Ten bands played throughout the day and the event raised £585.75 for St Barnabas Hospice.


Councillors still here to help during coronavirus crisis

Councillors still here to help during coronavirus crisis

Councillors still here to help during coronavirus crisis

21 March 2020

Letter: Councillors offer help while councils postpone meetings


Grantham man and girlfriend trapped in Peru after borders closed because of coronavirus outbreak

Grantham man and girlfriend trapped in Peru after borders closed because of coronavirus outbreak

Grantham man and girlfriend trapped in Peru after borders closed because of coronavirus outbreak

20 March 2020

South American country in lockdown leaves couple stranded, not knowing when they will be able to leave.


Information panel unveiled at 500-year-old iconic Grantham oak

Information panel unveiled at 500-year-old iconic Grantham oak

Information panel unveiled at 500-year-old iconic Grantham oak

20 March 2020

An information panel was unveiled this week to protect one of Grantham’s most iconic trees.


Oliver, 8, expresses his feelings on the coronavirus in a poem

Oliver, 8, expresses his feelings on the coronavirus in a poem

Oliver, 8, expresses his feelings on the coronavirus in a poem

20 March 2020

An eight-year-old schoolboy has written a poem about the coronavirus.


Street markets to continue

Street markets to continue

Street markets to continue

19 March 2020

People will still be able to shop at weekly street markets in Grantham.


Another Grantham postcode wins in the People's Postcode Lottery

Another Grantham postcode wins in the People's Postcode Lottery

Another Grantham postcode wins in the People's Postcode Lottery

19 March 2020

Eleven neighbours have each won £1,000.


Coronavirus: Grantham church services to be broadcast on Facebook

Coronavirus: Grantham church services to be broadcast on Facebook

Coronavirus: Grantham church services to be broadcast on Facebook

17 March 2020

Clergy ask congregations to stay away from services


Coffee shop drive-thru planned for the A1

Coffee shop drive-thru planned for the A1

Coffee shop drive-thru planned for the A1

16 March 2020

If approved, the coffee shop will be open seven days a week, 5am till 11pm, north of Grantham.


Ropsley couple reveal their baby's gender in unique way

Ropsley couple reveal their baby's gender in unique way

Ropsley couple reveal their baby's gender in unique way

15 March 2020

A couple from Ropsley have put their own twist on the conventional gender reveal.

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The Big Interview: 'I want to see venues take original music seriously'

The Big Interview: 'I want to see venues take original music seriously'

The Big Interview: 'I want to see venues take original music seriously'

14 March 2020

Hayley Chapman is a local singer who is keen to promote musicians and bands who like to write their own songs.


Grantham cadets graduate after five months of intensive training

Grantham cadets graduate after five months of intensive training

Grantham cadets graduate after five months of intensive training

14 March 2020

The new cadets of Grantham 47F Royal Air Force Air Cadets have graduated.


Call for late night levy on pubs after man dies in town

Call for late night levy on pubs after man dies in town

Call for late night levy on pubs after man dies in town

13 March 2020

Issue will be raised at district council's cabinet meeting.


Coronavirus: Appointments with doctors will only be over the phone as surgery asks patients to stay away

Coronavirus: Appointments with doctors will only be over the phone as surgery asks patients to stay away

Coronavirus: Appointments with doctors will only be over the phone as surgery asks patients to stay away

13 March 2020

Patients are asked to make appointments over the phone and not in person.


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