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With a week having passed since the installation of the Margaret Thatcher statue, here are some interesting reactions from social media.
The Malt Shovels is an early seventeenth century half-timbered building, writes Ruth Crook, of Grantham Civic Society.
Lincoln Castle will host a special beacon lighting event in celebration of the Queen’s Platinum Jubilee.
Visitors can immerse themselves in the 1940s during the first Belvoir Revisited event.
Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire answers the important questions.
More than 300 refugees from the war in Ukraine are now making new lives in Lincolnshire – and 10 times that number could eventually settle here.
A new care home has opened its doors and welcomed its first residents.
Iceland is to introduce a weekly discount day to help its older customers with the cost of living crisis.
The art department of a Grantham school is hosting an artisan market to boost its students' creativity.
Police have been operating at Grantham railway station in a bid to prevent weapons being brought into the town.
Volunteers who look after a commemorative orchard are taking action after vandals damaged trees and benches
A police helicopter was spotted over Grantham after being deployed following a report of a man with a knife.
Armed police officers attended reports of an assault, with a man arrested.
A hospitals trust says it wants to work with carers of those with dementia to help improve services.
Two further covid deaths have been recorded in the area.
With seven cases of monkeypox now in the UK, health officials admit there could be community transmission, and say they're urgently investigating.
After months of hard work and fundraising, a schoolboy is now looking to put the finishing touches on a sensory garden.
Pupils at a primary school received a special visit from the crew at Grantham Fire Station.
Grantham College was presented with a plaque to mark its excellence in delivering engineering apprenticeships.
After the statue of Margaret Thatcher was installed, MP Gareth Davies says we should recognise significant public service of all party colours.
Council leader Kelham Cooke has shrugged off rumours about a potential coup in the authority’s Conservative group.
The man behind the fundraising for the Margaret Thatcher statue says it is a relief that it has finally been put on its plinth.