Grantham Business Club boosts Belton

Grantham Business Club turned out in force to showcase their products and services at the recent Belton Horse Trials.

SKDC leader Coun Matthew Lee addresses Belton Horse Trials

SKDC leader: “I’d buy shares in Grantham.”

Positive messages about Grantham’s economic fortunes were given at a gathering of business leaders at Grantham Horse Trials.

Howard Rudder (second from left)  with staff and directors.

Grantham business launches partnership

A special partnership between a Grantham recruitment firm and an organisation that encourages employers to to recruit veterans will be launched tonight.

Staff at the company celbrate 50 years

A South Kesteven business as hot as the weather

If anyone feels better after the recent heatwave, it will be Claire Asher.

Work will begin on resurfacing the London Road/Wharf Road junction in Grantham at the end of July. The extent of the work is shown here.

Grantham town centre junction to be closed for five days for vital resurfacing work

Lincolnshire County Council’s Highways Alliance will be reconstructing the carriageway through the London Road/Wharf Road junction in Grantham.

Emma and Sam both work as debt advisers on PayPlan's helpline.

Grantham debt firm unveils its ‘Debt Heroes’ to break down stigma

Grantham-based debt advice provider PayPlan has officially unveiled its new Debt Heroes in an attempt to break down the stress and stigma that comes from being in debt and encourage those struggling to reach out for help sooner.

Babita Sharma outside a famous Grantham corner shop

Thatcher’s Grantham birthplace to feature in book on corner shops

The corner shop where Margaret Thatcher was born is to feature in a book written by a BBC tv presenter.

Grantham Foodbank

Grantham Foodbank demand for children in crisis soars

The number of local children relying on charity handouts to eat has surged since last year, according to the latest Foodbank report.

Lottery winners Jim and Maureen Emerton mark the 50th winner of the �20,000 Loto raffle in Lincolnshire. Photo: 0190A

£9,561,853 Lotto prize unclaimed in South Kesteven

National Lottery operators Camelot say there is a winning ticket worth £9.5M that is unclaimed in South Kesteven.

Leanne and Phil Docherty of The Green Map, Ropsley.

Will pub just outside Grantham Lord it over the others?

The Green Man at Ropsley has been declated a winner in the Countryside Alliance Awards.

Kate Ahrens, Abbie Tame and Nick Holden

Pub near Grantham to stage beer festival

An award winning and popular village pub is to stage a beer festival to celebrate being one of the best rural craft beer pubs in the country.

Neville Lomas with Beerheadz manager Briony Sparrow and other staff

Grantham bar’s second success

A popular town bar has celebrated winning a second award from Grantham area CAMRA.

Aidan Rave

Four SKDC bosses earn more than £100,000

Four top bosses at South Kesteven District Council earn more than £100,000 a year, according to the Taxpayers Aliiance lobby group.

Caythorpe Primary School

Transport firm helps Caythorpe pupils with lesson in road safety

Pupils at Caythorpe Primary School recently had a lesson in road safety.

Aidan Rave

Top bosses at South Kesteven District Council at risk as redundancies sought

Senior council managers at South Kesteven District Council may face the axe as the council plans a restructure of its senior management team.

Modern day slavery.

Lincolnshire businesses to be warned about modern slavery

A senior manager who was threatened by traffickers after exposing slavery in his factory will be the keynote speaker at an event aimed at helping businesses protect themselves from the risks of modern slavery.

An artist's impression of the designer retail village planned by Buckminster and Rioja Developments between the A1 and Spittlegate Level.

Grantham £100m outlet village set to go ahead after legal agreement

Grantham’s £100m designer outlet village has taken a major step forward with the signing of legal agreements between its developers and local councils.

Michaela Snell, manager of Pulse and Cocktails

Grantham A1 store allowed to extend licence

It might not look it but the A1 has been branded “Britain’s sexiest road.”

Councillor Richard Davies, executive councillor for highways and transportation

Grantham Journal column: Pupils take to walking and cycling to school

The school holidays are notable for many things, not least of which is the reduction in traffic on Grantham’s roads. With people jetting off on holiday we see less people travelling to and from work, however, the real impact is less car journeys taking children to and from school. The journey to and from school is made by thousands of children across Lincolnshire each day and it’s hard to ignore the volumes of traffic we see as a result.

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David Trevor Holt, a founder of BGB Engineering Ltd, speaks at a Grantham Journal Business Awards event after winning Business of the Year.

Founder of award-winning Grantham firm has died aged 73

The founder of a successful Grantham engineering firm has died at the age of 73.

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