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Have your say on what improvements can be made to award-winning park

Have your say on what improvements can be made to award-winning park

Have your say on what improvements can be made to award-winning park

People are being invited to have their say on one of Grantham’s finest green spaces.


Litter picking kit hire scheme launched across Lincolnshire

Litter picking kit hire scheme launched across Lincolnshire

Litter picking kit hire scheme launched across Lincolnshire

A new 'litter picking kit' hire scheme has been launched across Lincolnshire to help support communities in the fight against litter.


Market Place planters move a “badly thought out idea”

Market Place planters move a “badly thought out idea”

Market Place planters move a “badly thought out idea”

Residents in Grantham are asking why large planters which were part of a £1.7m revamp of the Market Place have been moved.

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Market closure sows seeds of discontent

Market closure sows seeds of discontent

Market closure sows seeds of discontent

A farmer from Long Bennington has expressed his sadness at the decision to demolish Newark Livestock Market.


Derelict former Islamic school is a place for youths 'to misbehave and take drugs'

Derelict former Islamic school is a place for youths 'to misbehave and take drugs'

Derelict former Islamic school is a place for youths 'to misbehave and take drugs'

A former Islamic school has become a draw for young people to misbehave and take drugs, it is claimed, yet it can’t be demolished because of bats.


Colleagues and RiverCare volunteers embark on litter-pick around streets

Colleagues and RiverCare volunteers embark on litter-pick around streets

Colleagues and RiverCare volunteers embark on litter-pick around streets

Colleagues at a Grantham food store embarked on a litter-pick around town last week.


Agreement to dump tip booking system

Agreement to dump tip booking system

Agreement to dump tip booking system

Councillors have today agreed with a plan to dump the county's tip booking system.


Click and tip system to end

Click and tip system to end

Click and tip system to end

Lincolnshire County Council’s £9,000 a month click and tip booking system will come to an end when social distancing guidelines end.


Businesswoman who founded carbon zero company shortlisted for national award

Businesswoman who founded carbon zero company shortlisted for national award

Businesswoman who founded carbon zero company shortlisted for national award

A Grantham businesswoman has been shortlisted for a national entrepreneur award for her work in reducing carbon footprints.


Anger after fly-tipping dumped on roadside

Anger after fly-tipping dumped on roadside

Anger after fly-tipping dumped on roadside

A Grantham resident has said that the number of fly-tipping incidents are ‘getting worse’ after a number of items have been dumped near her home.


Schoolchildren help to release baby eels into River Witham

Schoolchildren help to release baby eels into River Witham

Schoolchildren help to release baby eels into River Witham

Schoolchildren have helped to release more than a dozen baby eels into the River Witham in Grantham.


Springwatch's Chris Packham offers free 'Summer Watch' masterclasses for students

Springwatch's Chris Packham offers free 'Summer Watch' masterclasses for students

Springwatch's Chris Packham offers free 'Summer Watch' masterclasses for students

Students will be able to book a free chance to meet Chris Packham and get involved in a 'Summer Watch'.


Supermarket offers money off in return for old clothes

Supermarket offers money off in return for old clothes

Supermarket offers money off in return for old clothes

A major supermarket chain is collecting unwanted clothes for recycling and offering money-off vouchers in return.


Fruits of village labour can be seen in growing community orchard

Fruits of village labour can be seen in growing community orchard

Fruits of village labour can be seen in growing community orchard

The fruits of a village’s labour has seen a community orchard grow as well as other improvements during the pandemic.


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