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Couple welcome first baby a month early on New Year's Day

Couple welcome first baby a month early on New Year's Day

A Grantham couple celebrated the birth of their first baby on New Year’s Day.


Gardening business set to expand

Gardening business set to expand

A Grantham man who launched a gardening business during the first lockdown is looking to expand following a successful start.


Museum curator talks WWII love letters and Great Train Robbery

Museum curator talks WWII love letters and Great Train Robbery

A museum curator who lives in Grantham has discussed her career and discoveries.


Garden observatory to be showcased on Channel 4

Garden observatory to be showcased on Channel 4

A Grantham man who built an observatory in his back garden will have his work showcased on television.


Stalking, drink-driving and failing to stop among charges put to local people

Stalking, drink-driving and failing to stop among charges put to local people

Grantham area defendants have been brought before magistrates and punished for their crimes.


Number of children relying on foodbank soars during pandemic

Number of children relying on foodbank soars during pandemic

The number of children in Grantham relying on foodbank vouchers soared during the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Demands for action after yet another arson attack on former social club in Grantham

Demands for action after yet another arson attack on former social club in Grantham

There have been calls for urgent action following another arson attack on a former social club in Grantham.


Former WWII land girl celebrates 100th birthday

Former WWII land girl celebrates 100th birthday

A former land girl has celebrated her 100th birthday in a Grantham care home.


Plans show scrapping of pay-to-use loos and expansion of Guildhall facilities

Plans show scrapping of pay-to-use loos and expansion of Guildhall facilities

Plans put forward by SKDC show an intention to scrap pay-to-use toilets and expand Guildhall facilities.


Grantham defendants face the music in court

Grantham defendants face the music in court

Stealing paintball equipment, driving dangerously and cocaine possession are among the charges faced by Grantham people in court recently.


Mayor of Grantham Dean Ward thanks the NHS and well-wishers after suffering a stroke

Mayor of Grantham Dean Ward thanks the NHS and well-wishers after suffering a stroke

The Mayor of Grantham, Councillor Dean Ward, has spoken about his ordeal after suffering a stroke at home last week.


Couple celebrate a ‘cracking’ launch of their egg business

Couple celebrate a ‘cracking’ launch of their egg business

When the coronavirus pandemic first hit the UK in March last year, many businesses were hit hard and millions of workers were furloughed.


Engineer’s rare car could fetch £7 million

Engineer’s rare car could fetch £7 million

A classic car which was restored by a late Grantham man will go to auction next month and could fetch £7 million.


Grantham charity supported over 200 vulnerable people on Christmas Day

Grantham charity supported over 200 vulnerable people on Christmas Day

Thanks to the help of over 50 volunteers, a charity supported over 200 vulnerable people on Christmas Day.


Couple married hours before Tier 4 restrictions imposed

Couple married hours before Tier 4 restrictions imposed

A Grantham couple tied the knot just hours before Tier 4 restrictions came into force across the county last week.


Coach discusses his time in table tennis after being honoured by The Queen

Coach discusses his time in table tennis after being honoured by The Queen

A legendary table tennis coach has discussed his part in developing sport in the town after receiving an honour from the Queen.


Covid infects 62 in town care home

Covid infects 62 in town care home

A Grantham care home has seen 30 residents and 32 staff test positive for the coronavirus – with five residents with the virus dying.


‘Devastated’ and 'disappointed’ – businesses react to third lockdown

‘Devastated’ and 'disappointed’ – businesses react to third lockdown

Local businesses have said that it is "quite heartbreaking" and "disappointing" as they are forced to close for the third time.


Villagers slam National Trust as post code leads to traffic 'chaos' in village

Villagers slam National Trust as post code leads to traffic 'chaos' in village

Villagers living near Belton House have slammed the National Trust after a post code printed on tickets caused traffic ‘chaos’.


Grantham dad to run 100 miles in a month for mental health sports charity

Grantham dad to run 100 miles in a month for mental health sports charity

A Grantham dad is preparing to run 100 miles in just one month to raise awareness of the benefits of physical exercise on mental health.


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