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Grantham’s proposed £100 million designer outlet village takes major step forward

South Kesteven District Council has agreed to back a £100 million designer retail village off the A1, next to the town’s southern relief road.

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

Grantham town centre ‘will benefit’ from proposed designer retail village

The developers behind the £100 million Grantham Designer Outlet Village say their scheme will help the town centre.

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Grantham Jobcentre: Latest vacancies

The following vacancies have been advertised by Grantham Jobcentre.

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Caythorpe Spar

Caythorpe store keeps licence despite employing illegal worker

A village store has won a reprieve after residents convinced councillors not to take away its licence to sell alcohol.

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Evidence of where a vehicle has driven over the roundabout near Downtown.

Grantham roundabout causing trouble for motorists

Demands are being made for the reinstatement of a road sign because some motorists are driving on to a roundabout they can’t see.

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Phil and Leanne Docherty took over The Green Man two years ago.

Grantham Journal Big Interview: We like to push the boundaries with the type of food we serve.

The Green Man in Ropsley has certainly earnt its reputation for serving quality food and beer in a relaxed dining atmosphere.

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Jobs: Latest vacancies from Grantham Jobcentre

Here’s 30 of the latest job vacancies available through Grantham Jobcentre:

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Ambassadors sought to promote Lincolnshire

Ambassadors sought to promote Lincolnshire

The Team Lincolnshire programme has been relaunched, aiming to be bigger and better.

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Libby Simpson and her dog Tootsie.

Grantham’s Libby goes from iron lady to pamper pooches

A Grantham businesswoman plans to stave off retirement by looking after our canine companions.

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South Kesteven District Council.

Free parking on Saturdays in December to encourage shoppers to ‘stay longer in Grantham’

South Kesteven District Council is giving residents and visitors in Grantham an early Christmas gift – free parking from 2pm on Saturdays in December.

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Video: All the action from the Grantham Journal Business Awards

The 2017 Grantham Journal Business Awards was a fantastic night, and one which you can get a flavour of with this short video.
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Kay Clarke, Gothic Chamber

New venture in plus-size gothic-wear for Grantham woman Kay

A young Grantham businesswoman is aiming to fill a gap in the gothic clothing market with support from The Prince’s Trust.

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Lorry driver arrested after A1 crash

Lorry driver arrested after A1 crash

A lorry driver was arrested under suspicion of driving without due care after his lorry crashed into a car on the A1 yesterday.

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Julie Lamond, manager of Rutland Lighting, Watergate, Grantham.

Grantham lighting store switches off after 30 years

Yet another Grantham business is quitting the high street.

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Grantham Journal Business Awards 2017

Grantham Journal Big Interview: Double business awards winner recruiting for an even brighter future

Harlaxton Engineering Services, based in Marston, celebrated the first of two top awards at The Grantham Journal Business Awards, earlier this month.

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Khaos Control Solutions

Grantham software firm raises £1,160 with five-day gaming marathon

Workers at a software company have endured a five-day gaming marathon for charity.

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Grantham Hospital

Convenience store to replace WH Smiths at Grantham Hospital

WH Smiths at Grantham Hospital will close at the end of the year to be replaced by a convenience store.

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Long-serving staff at Downtown Grantham.

Downtown Grantham staff rewarded for their long service

There was an afternoon of celebration at Downtown Grantham when the milestone anniversaries of members of the team were celebrated at a special long service awards presentation.

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Ancaster recycling company fined £880,000 and two men given suspended prison sentences after death of employee

Ancaster recycling company fined £880,000 and two men given suspended prison sentences after death of employee

A recycling company has been fined £880,000 and two people have been given suspended prison sentences after the death of an agency worker who was drawn into machinery while cleaning.

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