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Susan’s tasty Easter treats help hospital

Easter treats created by a former Stamford teacher have helped raise £850 for a hospital’s breast unit. Susan Futter, who worked at St George’s Primary School in Stamford, was diagnosed with breast cancer in September last year. To say thank you for the

yesterday, 13:05 in Regional East
 

Determined Isaac, from Tallington, set to take on Rat Race at Burghley House

A determined 10-year-old boy battling leukaemia is set to take on a gruelling mud run as he bids to raise £1,000 for the charities who have supported him. Isaac Fell will take part in the Young Mucker event at Rat Race’s Dirty Weekend, held at Burghley H

yesterday, 11:18 in Regional East
 

Man saved young boy from Rutland Water

A man who waded in to Rutland Water to help a child who had gone in after a football has urged others to take care near open water. Fred Pawlett, from Bourne, was enjoying a day at the reservoir with his family recently when his son Jacob, nine, raised t

yesterday, 09:18 in Regional East
 

Box office open for Burghley Horse Trials

The box office for one of Britain’s most prestigious sporting events: Land Rover Burghley Horse Trials 2017 opens at 8.30am today. The popular event, which last year attracted more than 150,000 visitors, runs from Thursday, August 31, to Sunday, Septembe

yesterday, 08:34 in Regional East
 

South Holland schools can join carnival party at School Games

Schools in South Holland and the Deepings can get involved in a carnival at the opening ceremony of the Lincolnshire School Games. East Midlands Caribbean Carnival Arts Network (EMCCAN) and artsNK are running carnival workshops for this year’s Lincolnshi

Wednesday, 21:43 in Regional East
 

Bags of Help cash opportunities for South Holland projects

Tesco is currently accepting applications for its Bags of Help scheme where community projects in South Holland could receive grants of up to £4,000. The scheme is run by community charity Groundwork and towns and villages throughout Lincolnshire can app

Wednesday, 21:04 in Regional East
 

Three causes to benefit from rugby club fun day in Bourne

Three good causes will receive a cash boost from a family fun day organised by women rugby players in Bourne. The event will begin at 1.30pm on Saturday, May 6, at the town’s rugby club in Milking Nook Drove, off the A151 Spalding Road. A “rugby shy” gam

Wednesday, 21:04 in Regional East
 

One third of Brits have sleepless nights worrying about debt

A new survey has revealed that 93 per cent of us believe the UK has an issue with arrears, with a quarter of Brits agreeing that debt is now just a part of everyday life. According to the survey by debt management company PayPlan, the average person will

Wednesday, 10:55 in Regional East
 

Millions of Brits no longer using a pen

Millions of Brits are no longer using a PEN- with a third admitting they barely write anymore, according to new research. Studies show 39 per cent of respondents think handwriting is less important now thanks to email, text messaging and social media. Ho

Tuesday, 12:12 in Regional East
 

Easter egg hunts draw big crowds of children

Chocolatey treats were the reward for hundreds of children who took part in Easter egg hunts across the area over the weekend. Burghley House, near Stamford, hosted its popular annual event on Easter Sunday. More than 3,000 people visited for the hunt, w

Sunday, 21:43 in Regional East
 

Warning over new council tax scam bid

Households across Lincolnshire are being warned about a telephone scam in the county where callers claim that council tax bills have been lowered. Several elderly residents have been called by someone who was persistent in telling them that the amount of

Saturday, 21:30 in Regional East
 

Nick Bowles wins cancer fight and gears up for election battle

Stamford MP Nick Boles has this week announced he is expected to make a full recovery from cancer – and has decided to stand for re-election. In the hours following Prime Minister Theresa May’s announcement of a general election on Tuesday, Tory MP Mr Bo

Saturday, 17:28 in Regional East
 

Weeks to go until county council elections

Only a few weeks remain before the district goes to the polls for the county council elections. Only a few weeks remain before the district goes to the polls for the county council elections. More than 107,000 residents are registered to vote on May 4 wi

21 April 2017 in Regional East
 

Donation to Evergreen Care Trust

Evergreen Care Trust’s hand and nail team were thrilled to receive a donation of a big hamper packed full of nail care equipment including polish, cotton wool, nail polish remover, along with a batch of fluffy towels. Stamford Tesco Express manager Jo He

21 April 2017 in Regional East
 

Corby Glen fund-raiser Penny will run her 12th London Marathon despite skiing accident

A Corby Glen fund-raiser will take part in her 12th London Marathon on Sunday, despite injuring her shoulder in a skiing accident last month. Penny Hedley Lewis was unsure she would be able to take part in the run after the accident but now says she is 1

21 April 2017 in Regional East
 
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