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Waste collections will take place a day later over the festive period in South Kesteven. This means there will be no bin collections on Boxing Day or Monday, January 2 and all collections will be 24 hours later than normal … Continue reading
Today (Monday) is the seventh anniversary of the brutal murder of a Bourne supermarket worker, Alan Wood. The 50-year-old man’s mutilated and lifeless body was found on the living room floor of his home in Lound by a neighbour on … Continue reading
New memorial unveiled near Antwerp remembers Castle Bytham pilot who was shot down in Lancaster over Belgium
Seventy-three years after a Lancaster bomber piloted by former Stamford School pupil Albert Victor Crawford was shot down over Belgium a memorial to those who lost their lives has been unveiled. Flying Officer Crawford, known to friends and family as … Continue reading
An auctioneer who opened in Little Bytham just five months ago says the business is going from strength to strength. Jessica Wall, set up J W Auctioneers & Valuers at the Stamford Auction Rooms, in Station Road Industrial Estate, in … Continue reading
A trio of Witham Wheelers made the short journey to Castle Bytham to take part in the latest EMRRL series race promoted by Bourne Wheelers over five laps of a 10-mile circuit on Sunday. In the soaring heat, the pace … Continue reading
Reason for closure: Essential maintenance works by A Plant Lux/BT Openreach Location: Un-named Road (Between A151, Corby Glen & Corby Road, Swayfield) Period of closure: 02/05/2016 to 03/05/2016 Alternative route: A151 East to Corby, B1176 South, Corby Road West (towards … Continue reading
If you have a DAB Digital Radio, it’s time to retune! Absolute 80s, one of the UK’s most popular digital-only stations has moved from the Digital 1 network to Sound Digital (SDL National) DAB multiplex. You will be pick up … Continue reading
Climbing trees, building dens and running around in the mud are innocent thrills that evoke childhood memories in most people. And its these activities, along with a wish to get closer to nature, that has encouraged a team of dedicated … Continue reading