A four-legged crime fighter is ruling the roost once more after coming back from the brink of a life-threatening illness.
A village school combined ukuleles, tractors and teas at their recent garden party to join in with a nationwide initiative.
It was a fine day for a fundraising fair for the town’s church.
A village community leisure scheme is to benefit from more than £1,500 in funding towards a proposed skate park.
A Timberland woman has been given an honour in The Queen’s Birthday Honours list for her dedication to care in the county.
Plans are coming together to give Sleaford’s once-thriving market a make-over and get people to ‘stay local’ in their town.
Sleaford neighbourhood policing team have confirmed recent complaints of scrap metals dealers touring the area’s housing estates in their trucks causing concern for residents.
Visitors to Martin’s village event on Sunday were able to try an eggs-trordinary game.
Organisations and community groups in Wilsford all came together to show their community spirit in an event planned by the WI.
Last week’s nostalgia photo was of two Leasingham St Andrew’s FC female fans drinking from the runner-up trophy from the Blankney Hunt League Cup final.
A two-month grace period to settle into North Kesteven District Council’s new £25-a-year green bin collection service has now come to an end.
An open evening to attract more people to sign up to become a LIVES First Responder in the Billinghay area was held on Monday night, where responder Paul Fortune demonstrated some of the equipment used for training and on an emergency call-out.
The Caythorpe monthly village breakfast event and table top sale was held recently, with plenty of villagers coming out to enjoy a full English breakfast as well as browsing the tables, and there was also a stand by Team Norway, who are trekking to Norway in aid of children’s charity Barnardo’s.
Town councillors have elected to keep the gates to the Sleaford cemetery on Millfield Terrace open for four hours daily.
BINGO EVENING - The Leasingham Playing Fields Development Committee are holding a bingo evening in the village hall on Sunday from 7pm. The cash flyer event will take place, a raffle will run and refreshments will be available. Proceeds are for the new pavilion planned for the playing field development.
A thriving market, stunning Christmas lights and a Sleaford museum are all on the ‘to-do list’ for the town’s new Mayor.
Entertainers and exhibitors from all walks of life were in Brant Broughton last weekend bringing the whole village together.
After over 40 years of loyal service to the people of Sleaford and Holdingham, Coun Peter Haysum has announced his retirement from North Kesteven District Council.
An annual parish meeting descended into high drama when a former councillor was threatened with ejection from the building.
A neglected cemetery chapel near Sleaford has been rededicated.
The chairman of Lincolnshire’s Health Scrutiny Committee is issuing an invitation to the campaign group “Cure the NHS Lincolnshire” to attend future meetings as observers to see the work of the committee first hand.
Villagers in Heckington pulled together last week to welcome a band of charity walkers.
The under-fire chairman of Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Panel is to stand down in the wake of the suspended chief constable saga.
Sleaford Local Community Policing Panel has set its priorities for action over the coming months.1 comment
South West Clinical Commissioning Group is the new NHS body which is planning and buying health services for people in Sleaford, Grantham and surrounding villages.
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Wednesday 19 June 2013
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