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Teacher cheered on by pupils after completing leg in Queen's Baton Relay

Teacher cheered on by pupils after completing leg in Queen's Baton Relay

Teacher cheered on by pupils after completing leg in Queen's Baton Relay

11 July 2022

A Grantham teacher was cheered on by children from her school as she carried the baton in the Queen's Baton Relay today (July 11).


Swimarathon organiser completes leg in Queen's Baton Relay

Swimarathon organiser completes leg in Queen's Baton Relay

Swimarathon organiser completes leg in Queen's Baton Relay

11 July 2022

The Grantham baton bearer Roger Graves has now completed his leg of the baton relay today (Monday July 11).


Cancer survivor takes part in emotional Queen's Baton Relay

Cancer survivor takes part in emotional Queen's Baton Relay

Cancer survivor takes part in emotional Queen's Baton Relay

11 July 2022

A cancer survivor has taken part in an emotional Queen's Baton Relay though Grantham.


Hundreds line route as Queen's Baton Relay arrives in Grantham ahead of Commonwealth Games

Hundreds line route as Queen's Baton Relay arrives in Grantham ahead of Commonwealth Games

Hundreds line route as Queen's Baton Relay arrives in Grantham ahead of Commonwealth Games

11 July 2022

Hundreds of people turned out in Wyndham Park in Grantham this morning to watch the start of the Queen's Baton Relay.


Age UK shop urges people to join 2022 challenge to help the elderly

Age UK shop urges people to join 2022 challenge to help the elderly

Age UK shop urges people to join 2022 challenge to help the elderly

10 July 2022

The Age UK shop in Grantham is calling for more people to join the 2022 challenge to help raise vital funds for the elderly.


Midland Bank was replaced by M&S

Midland Bank was replaced by M&S

Midland Bank was replaced by M&S

10 July 2022

In the 1930s, the Midland Bank was demolished to make way for what became Marks & Spencer, writes Ruth Crook of Grantham Civic Society.


Tony accepts second term as president of Rotary club

Tony accepts second term as president of Rotary club

Tony accepts second term as president of Rotary club

10 July 2022

Outgoing President of the Rotary Club of Grantham Kesteven Sue Kinder has handed over to incoming President Tony Walker.


Youth Commission put forward proposals to keep young people safe across the county

Youth Commission put forward proposals to keep young people safe across the county

Youth Commission put forward proposals to keep young people safe across the county

10 July 2022

Lincolnshire's Youth Commission have proposed a 'pay later' taxi scheme across the county to help young people stay safe at night.

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Comedy night will support junior football club

Comedy night will support junior football club

Comedy night will support junior football club

09 July 2022

A Grantham comedy night is being held in support of a village junior football club.


Councillor awards grant to newly renovated village hall

Councillor awards grant to newly renovated village hall

Councillor awards grant to newly renovated village hall

09 July 2022

A South Kesteven councillor has awarded a grant to a newly renovated village hall to receive a security upgrade.


New president of Sunrise Rotary Club receives chains of office

New president of Sunrise Rotary Club receives chains of office

New president of Sunrise Rotary Club receives chains of office

08 July 2022

A new president has taken up his position at the Sunrise Rotary Club of Grantham.


School pays tribute to former history teacher

School pays tribute to former history teacher

School pays tribute to former history teacher

08 July 2022

The King's School has paid tribute to a former history teacher who taught there for 40 years.

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Community nurse awarded Cavell Star award

Community nurse awarded Cavell Star award

Community nurse awarded Cavell Star award

08 July 2022

A Grantham community nurse has been rewarded for her dedication to caring for patients.


Grantham Journal Business Awards 2022 open for entries

Grantham Journal Business Awards 2022 open for entries

Grantham Journal Business Awards 2022 open for entries

08 July 2022

It’s that time of year when we once again open nominations for the Grantham Journal Business Awards 2022.


Plaque unveiled as a tribute to man who helped the homeless

Plaque unveiled as a tribute to man who helped the homeless

Plaque unveiled as a tribute to man who helped the homeless

07 July 2022

A plaque has been unveiled at the Grantham Passage in honour of former co-ordinator Mike Monaghan.


Full list of road closures announced for Queen's Baton Relay

Full list of road closures announced for Queen's Baton Relay

Full list of road closures announced for Queen's Baton Relay

07 July 2022

The road closures across Grantham for the Queen's Baton Relay have been confrimed.


Council awards grant to fund heritage festivals

Council awards grant to fund heritage festivals

Council awards grant to fund heritage festivals

07 July 2022

South Kesteven District Council has awarded £10,000 to help stage heritage festivals in Folkingham and Threekingham.


Beekeepers buzzing after winning at County Show

Beekeepers buzzing after winning at County Show

Beekeepers buzzing after winning at County Show

07 July 2022

The Grantham District Beekeepers have won a variety of awards at the Lincolnshire Show 2022.


Charter Trustees agree to sell mayor's car

Charter Trustees agree to sell mayor's car

Charter Trustees agree to sell mayor's car

06 July 2022

Charter Trustees have agreed to sell the car provided for the mayor of Grantham for his engagements.


Rotarians present deserving causes with £30,000 raised from Swimarathon

Rotarians present deserving causes with £30,000 raised from Swimarathon

Rotarians present deserving causes with £30,000 raised from Swimarathon

06 July 2022

The Rotary Club of Grantham presented a total of £30,000 raised from its Swimarathon to local causes.


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