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Journal reader shares important coronavirus message with a poem

Journal reader shares important coronavirus message with a poem

Journal reader shares important coronavirus message with a poem

12 April 2020

A Journal reader has shared a poem as a reminder of ways to help restrict the spread of Covid-19 virus.


New starter homes in Ancaster due to be completed in July

New starter homes in Ancaster due to be completed in July

New starter homes in Ancaster due to be completed in July

25 March 2019

Fourteen starter homes are well underway in Ancaster with a number already reserved ahead of completion in July.


Inspirational women: 'Grantham's poppy lady' has raised over half a million for charity

Inspirational women: 'Grantham's poppy lady' has raised over half a million for charity

Inspirational women: 'Grantham's poppy lady' has raised over half a million for charity

08 March 2019

We are celebrating International Women’s Day today by highlighting inspirational women right here in Grantham.


Long Bennington Church receives funds for essential repairs

Long Bennington Church receives funds for essential repairs

Long Bennington Church receives funds for essential repairs

03 March 2019

A village church has received funding support from the Lottery to carry out essential structural repairs to the building.


Popular Ancaster holiday park bans camping in tents

Popular Ancaster holiday park bans camping in tents

Popular Ancaster holiday park bans camping in tents

14 October 2018

A popular holiday park has banned people from camping in tents amid claims of ongoing anti-social behaviour.


Grantham Journal letters: Why was dropped kerb removed?

Grantham Journal letters: Why was dropped kerb removed?

Grantham Journal letters: Why was dropped kerb removed?

14 October 2018

Does Richard Davis actually answer to emails?


Mum and daughter have lucky escape as truck hits Grantham bridge

Mum and daughter have lucky escape as truck hits Grantham bridge

Mum and daughter have lucky escape as truck hits Grantham bridge

20 July 2018

Police are currently dealing with two incidents at the bridge on Barrowby Road, Grantham.

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Orston pensioner, 85, takes to the skies in wing walk

Orston pensioner, 85, takes to the skies in wing walk

Orston pensioner, 85, takes to the skies in wing walk

04 July 2018

A thrill-seeking pensioner took to the skies to raise £1,500 for the Lincs and Notts Air Ambulance.


Vandals target two bus shelters on same road

Vandals target two bus shelters on same road

Vandals target two bus shelters on same road

28 June 2018

Mindless vandals have smashed up two bus shelters on the same street.


Fairtrade chairman thanks Sandon School for recipe book

Fairtrade chairman thanks Sandon School for recipe book

Fairtrade chairman thanks Sandon School for recipe book

24 June 2018

Grantham’s Fairtrade Town Steering group’s chairman, Jack Odell visited pupils at Sandon School last week.


Grantham schoolchildren compete in Mini Olympics

Grantham schoolchildren compete in Mini Olympics

Grantham schoolchildren compete in Mini Olympics

22 June 2018

More than 2,000 schoolchildren descended on The Meres stadium this week to take part in the 11th annual Mini Olympics.


Rivercare volunteers remove bags of litter from River Witham

Rivercare volunteers remove bags of litter from River Witham

Rivercare volunteers remove bags of litter from River Witham

20 June 2018

Rivercare volunteers turned out to give the River Witham a thorough clean up earlier this month.


Neighbours' anger at overflowing bins on Grantham street

Neighbours' anger at overflowing bins on Grantham street

Neighbours' anger at overflowing bins on Grantham street

19 June 2018

Neighbours on New Street say their lives have been made a misery since a communal holding area for bins was built directly outside their homes.

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Grantham Journal letters: Why was umbrella left behind?

Grantham Journal letters: Why was umbrella left behind?

Grantham Journal letters: Why was umbrella left behind?

17 June 2018

Last week, one of my neighbours left a broken golfing umbrella next to everyone’s dustbins.

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Rubber ducks take a dip in Long Bennington pothole

Rubber ducks take a dip in Long Bennington pothole

Rubber ducks take a dip in Long Bennington pothole

15 June 2018

A family of rubber ducks took a dip in a rain-filled pothole in Long Bennington last week.


Mum of boy attacked in Grantham park calls for action

Mum of boy attacked in Grantham park calls for action

Mum of boy attacked in Grantham park calls for action

15 June 2018

The mother of a boy who was attacked in a town centre park is calling for more resources.


Veteran forced to leave Grantham pub for being on mobility scooter

Veteran forced to leave Grantham pub for being on mobility scooter

Veteran forced to leave Grantham pub for being on mobility scooter

12 June 2018

An army veteran was left ‘embarrassed’ after being turned away from a town centre pub for being on his mobility scooter.

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Grantham couple enjoy garden party at Buckingham Palace

Grantham couple enjoy garden party at Buckingham Palace

Grantham couple enjoy garden party at Buckingham Palace

06 June 2018

Grantham couple Richard and Andrea Coppin enjoyed a Buckingham Palace Garden Party with the Queen last Thursday.


Richard raises £2,000 for Grantham Disabled Children's Society

Richard raises £2,000 for Grantham Disabled Children's Society

Richard raises £2,000 for Grantham Disabled Children's Society

31 May 2018

A father has raised more than £2,000 for a local disabled children's group, by taking part in the London Marathon.


St Wulfram's Church to apply for premises licence

St Wulfram's Church to apply for premises licence

St Wulfram's Church to apply for premises licence

21 May 2018

St Wulfram's Church has applied for a premises licence as it aims to re-establish its medieval identity of hospitality and welcome.

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