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Anger as tyres dumped on countryside road

Anger as tyres dumped on countryside road

Anger as tyres dumped on countryside road

Huge piles of tyres have been dumped on a countryside road near Grantham.


More readers show off their towering sunflower photos in Grantham

More readers show off their towering sunflower photos in Grantham

More readers show off their towering sunflower photos in Grantham

Giant sunflower stood at over 11 feet high before high winds blew it over.


Lion gates reopened at Belton House

Lion gates reopened at Belton House

Lion gates reopened at Belton House

The Lion Gates at Belton House have been reopened after they were closed for months over safety issues.


Have your say on plans to improve Queen Elizabeth Park

Have your say on plans to improve Queen Elizabeth Park

Have your say on plans to improve Queen Elizabeth Park

Local residents are being invited to have their say on improvements to Queen Elizabeth Park, in a consultation which opens today.


Visitors flock to bank holiday event with Grantham Canal Society

Visitors flock to bank holiday event with Grantham Canal Society

Visitors flock to bank holiday event with Grantham Canal Society

Visitors flocked to Grantham Canal Society's first event of the year to help raise some much-needed funds.


Canal Society to hold bank holiday event with boat trips

Canal Society to hold bank holiday event with boat trips

Canal Society to hold bank holiday event with boat trips

A canal society is back up and running, ready to host its first event of the year.


No bin collections over bank holiday

No bin collections over bank holiday

No bin collections over bank holiday

Residents can expect changes to their bin collection day for the summer bank holiday next week.


RiverCare completes 107th clean up

RiverCare completes 107th clean up

RiverCare completes 107th clean up

More than 20 volunteers braved the rain to complete a clean up for Rivercare, collecting six supermarket trolleys into the bargain.


Graveyard extension bid for church

Graveyard extension bid for church

Graveyard extension bid for church

A planning application has been submitted to extend a graveyard on a vacant plot of land to extend an existing graveyard.


Volunteers needed to help complete sensory garden

Volunteers needed to help complete sensory garden

Volunteers needed to help complete sensory garden

A plea has been made to volunteers to help complete a sensory garden which is being created in Grantham.


Lame excuses employers give for not paying their staff fairly

Lame excuses employers give for not paying their staff fairly

Lame excuses employers give for not paying their staff fairly

HMRC has revealed the worst reasons given for not paying staff the National Minimum Wage.


Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

Broadband cables could be added to water pipes to reach rural areas

More than £4 million is available to help innovative projects come up with safe ways for broadband cables to be added to water pipes.


Major car park improvements to be made at busy woodland walk

Major car park improvements to be made at busy woodland walk

Major car park improvements to be made at busy woodland walk

A busy car park is set to temporarily close as major improvement works get underway this month.


Readers impress with their towering sunflower photos

Readers impress with their towering sunflower photos

Readers impress with their towering sunflower photos

Readers have been sending in photos of their giant sunflowers to see if theirs could be the tallest in Grantham.


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