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Artist to feature in exhibition

Artist to feature in exhibition

Artist to feature in exhibition

13 August 2021

A former King's School student has got his work featured in an art exhibition.


‘Daniela’s voice just needs to be heard’

‘Daniela’s voice just needs to be heard’

‘Daniela’s voice just needs to be heard’

13 August 2021

The best friend of Daniela Espirito Santo has spoken of the void her death has left in her life after the case attracted global coverage.


Tributes paid to former councillor

Tributes paid to former councillor

Tributes paid to former councillor

09 August 2021

Councillor Mike Exton, who served his community for many years, has died following a short illness.


Holiday programme available for families receiving free school meals

Holiday programme available for families receiving free school meals

Holiday programme available for families receiving free school meals

09 August 2021

Families with children receiving benefits-related free school meals can access a programme of activities and food during the school holidays.


How volunteers transformed a derelict cricket club pavilion on a shoestring budget

How volunteers transformed a derelict cricket club pavilion on a shoestring budget

How volunteers transformed a derelict cricket club pavilion on a shoestring budget

08 August 2021

A village cricket club refurbished their rundown pavilion on a shoestring budget with the help of local businesses and volunteers.


Pre-School celebrates double graduation

Pre-School celebrates double graduation

Pre-School celebrates double graduation

08 August 2021

A Grantham pre-school has celebrated the end of term with a double graduation as several children and two of its staff members graduate.


Author secures £16,000 to kickstart book on monsters and mythical creatures

Author secures £16,000 to kickstart book on monsters and mythical creatures

Author secures £16,000 to kickstart book on monsters and mythical creatures

08 August 2021

A Grantham author has secured more than £16,000 on Kickstarter to fund a comprehensive encyclopaedia of monsters and mythical creatures.


Harrow Street houses sold at town hall

Harrow Street houses sold at town hall

Harrow Street houses sold at town hall

07 August 2021

Ruth Crooks, of Grantham Civic Society, discussed Harrow Street in Grantham.


Red Cross Mobility Aids Service re-started

Red Cross Mobility Aids Service re-started

Red Cross Mobility Aids Service re-started

07 August 2021

The Grantham Red Cross mobility aids service has been able to re-open after having to take a long break due to Covid precautions.


‘Our gorgeous pets are winners’

‘Our gorgeous pets are winners’

‘Our gorgeous pets are winners’

06 August 2021

The winners of the Grantham Journal’s inaugural Pet of the Year competition have received their prizes.


Town councillors suspended from Tory Party can't represent Conservatives on other councils

Town councillors suspended from Tory Party can't represent Conservatives on other councils

Town councillors suspended from Tory Party can't represent Conservatives on other councils

06 August 2021

Two councillors with positions on other councils are not allowed to represent themselves as Conservatives after they were suspended from the party.


St Wulfram’s hosts a summer of activities

St Wulfram’s hosts a summer of activities

St Wulfram’s hosts a summer of activities

06 August 2021

‘Wulfram Wednesdays’ are back with a range of creative activities taking place at St Wulfram’s Church and Grantham House this summer.


Vandal was filmed as he beheaded Imp statue designed by girl, 9

Vandal was filmed as he beheaded Imp statue designed by girl, 9

Vandal was filmed as he beheaded Imp statue designed by girl, 9

05 August 2021

A vandal broke the head off a Lincoln Imp sculpture designed by a nine-year-old child in a moment of "drunken stupidity".

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Mayor defends his council against bullying allegations after fellow Tories harassed town clerk

Mayor defends his council against bullying allegations after fellow Tories harassed town clerk

Mayor defends his council against bullying allegations after fellow Tories harassed town clerk

05 August 2021

A mayor has defended his council against allegations of bullying after two of his fellow Tory members were found to have harassed their town clerk.

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Councillors suspended from Tory Party after found to have harassed their town clerk

Councillors suspended from Tory Party after found to have harassed their town clerk

Councillors suspended from Tory Party after found to have harassed their town clerk

04 August 2021

Two councillors have been suspended from the Conservative Party after they were found to have harassed their town clerk.

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Parish church set to host concert

Parish church set to host concert

Parish church set to host concert

04 August 2021

A parish church is set to host a Covid-friendly concert at the weekend with well-known musicians playing.


Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

Figures reveal how many young people have had Covid-19 vaccine

04 August 2021

More than 220,000 children in England have already had a Covid-19 vaccine, figures show.


Woodland car park closed

Woodland car park closed

Woodland car park closed

04 August 2021

The car park at Twyford Woods near Colsterworth is closed this week.


More than a dozen suspects served notices for fishing offences

More than a dozen suspects served notices for fishing offences

More than a dozen suspects served notices for fishing offences

03 August 2021

A total of 16 suspects have been served notices for fishing offences.


Steve summits mountain with weights on his back to symbolise his mother's battle with cancer

Steve summits mountain with weights on his back to symbolise his mother's battle with cancer

Steve summits mountain with weights on his back to symbolise his mother's battle with cancer

02 August 2021

A man climbed a mountain in memory of his mother who died of cancer with weights on his back to symbolise the weighing feeling caused by the disease.


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