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Fund-raising concert to be held to mark 60th anniversary of music festival

Fund-raising concert to be held to mark 60th anniversary of music festival

Fund-raising concert to be held to mark 60th anniversary of music festival

The annual festival is celebrating young musical talent that has been showcased every year since 1962.


College launches free digital skills training

College launches free digital skills training

College launches free digital skills training

Dr Steven Peacock, vice principal of Grantham College, outlines a new range of online digital courses.


Schoolchildren to get history book to mark Queen's jubilee

Schoolchildren to get history book to mark Queen's jubilee

Schoolchildren to get history book to mark Queen's jubilee

Thatcher's election and the opening of the Channel Tunnel will feature in the book marking the Queen's 70-year reign.


Teacher set to run London Marathon for Breast Cancer Now

Teacher set to run London Marathon for Breast Cancer Now

Teacher set to run London Marathon for Breast Cancer Now

A teacher is set to run the London Marathon with a friend to raise money for Breast Cancer Now.


Harlaxton Manor attracts more than 600 visitors to mark 50th anniversary of college

Harlaxton Manor attracts more than 600 visitors to mark 50th anniversary of college

Harlaxton Manor attracts more than 600 visitors to mark 50th anniversary of college

An open day at Harlaxton Manor attracted more than 600 people to mark a special anniversary.


Pupils offered a GCSE in Dance for first time

Pupils offered a GCSE in Dance for first time

Pupils offered a GCSE in Dance for first time

Year 9 pupils have been dancing for two hours each week since the course was introduced at the beginning of term.


Climate festival to be held at St Wulfram's Church

Climate festival to be held at St Wulfram's Church

Climate festival to be held at St Wulfram's Church

A stunning art work Gaia by renowned artist Luke Jerram will be the star attraction of a climate festival.


Plans approved for refurbishment at college

Plans approved for refurbishment at college

Plans approved for refurbishment at college

Councillors have approved plans for improvements to take place at Grantham College.


Praise for parents and volunteers who helped restore school fence

Praise for parents and volunteers who helped restore school fence

Praise for parents and volunteers who helped restore school fence

Group restored the rusty fence throughout the Summer holidays.


Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

Covid jab recommended for children aged 12 to 15 by chief medical officers

Around three million children could be eligible for a first dose of the Pfizer/BioNTech Covid jab.


King’s School pays tribute to former Maths teacher who has died aged 93

King’s School pays tribute to former Maths teacher who has died aged 93

King’s School pays tribute to former Maths teacher who has died aged 93

The King’s School says it has been sad to learn of the death a former teacher at the school.

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Toddler given 10% chance of survival at birth starts preschool

Toddler given 10% chance of survival at birth starts preschool

Toddler given 10% chance of survival at birth starts preschool

Three-year-old Ella-Grace Gregorich (Ella), of Great Gonerby, was born with DiGeorge syndrome, which can cause a range of lifelong problems.


Scout Association launches Squirrels for early years children

Scout Association launches Squirrels for early years children

Scout Association launches Squirrels for early years children

Children aged just four and five will now be able to join the Scout Association as it launches its first new group for 35 years.


Legal proceedings against council considered after former school staff convicted of sexually abusing schoolgirls

Legal proceedings against council considered after former school staff convicted of sexually abusing schoolgirls

Legal proceedings against council considered after former school staff convicted of sexually abusing schoolgirls

Legal proceedings are being contemplated against the county council after the conviction of two former senior school staff members.


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