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Tracey Davies joined the Grantham Journal as a reporter in 2017.

Schoolboy left with wobbly teeth after tripping on hole in pavement

21 October 2021
Schoolboy left with wobbly teeth after tripping on hole in pavement

Schoolboy left with wobbly teeth after tripping on hole in pavement

21 October 2021

A six-year-old boy could need dental treatment after tripping in a hole in a pavement and falling on his face.

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Appeal for knitted poppies to decorate Friendly Bench for Remembrance Day

14 October 2021
Appeal for knitted poppies to decorate Friendly Bench for Remembrance Day

Appeal for knitted poppies to decorate Friendly Bench for Remembrance Day

14 October 2021

The Friendly Bench Bottesford community group are inviting the community to knit, crochet or sew a poppy to cover the Friendly Bench.


Crocheted postbox brings smiles to village

06 October 2021
Crocheted postbox brings smiles to village

Crocheted postbox brings smiles to village

06 October 2021

A crocheted postbox has been making residents smile.


Pupils offered a GCSE in Dance for first time

27 September 2021
Pupils offered a GCSE in Dance for first time

Pupils offered a GCSE in Dance for first time

27 September 2021

Year 9 pupils have been dancing each week since the Dance course was introduced at the beginning of term.


Hedgehog rescue unable to take on new cases after being inundated with hoglets

14 September 2021
Hedgehog rescue unable to take on new cases after being inundated with hoglets

Hedgehog rescue unable to take on new cases after being inundated with hoglets

14 September 2021

A hedgehog rescue centre is unable to take on new cases after being inundated with newborn hoglets.


Flower festival a blooming success at village church

31 August 2021
Flower festival a blooming success at village church

Flower festival a blooming success at village church

31 August 2021

A flower festival has raised £1,500 towards the upkeep of a village church.


Much loved primary school teacher retires after 30 years

06 August 2021
Much loved primary school teacher retires after 30 years

Much loved primary school teacher retires after 30 years

06 August 2021

An ‘adored’ primary school teacher has retired after 30 years teaching youngsters at the same village school.


Lorry driver hits back at criticism about overnight parking in village

20 July 2021
Lorry driver hits back at criticism about overnight parking in village

Lorry driver hits back at criticism about overnight parking in village

20 July 2021

A lorry driver has hit back at criticism of HGVs being parked overnight in a village near Newark


Pupils launches fundraising effort for sensory garden

27 June 2021
Pupils launches fundraising effort for sensory garden

Pupils launches fundraising effort for sensory garden

27 June 2021

A 12-year-old boy is hoping to raise thousands of pounds to create a sensory garden at his school.


Tributes paid to The Friendly Bench's Jason as he loses fight for life

12 March 2021
Tributes paid to The Friendly Bench's Jason as he loses fight for life

Tributes paid to The Friendly Bench's Jason as he loses fight for life

12 March 2021

Tributes have been paid to a true gentleman who helped launch a project that tackles lonelinesses and social isolation in the community.


Tributes paid to much-loved Girl Guide leader who lost cancer battle

19 February 2021
Tributes paid to much-loved Girl Guide leader who lost cancer battle

Tributes paid to much-loved Girl Guide leader who lost cancer battle

19 February 2021

Pat Fryer passed away earlier this month, aged 73, three years after being diagnosed with breast cancer in January 2018.


Clap for Carers to return for 'all heroes' of Covid-19 pandemic

06 January 2021
Clap for Carers to return for 'all heroes' of Covid-19 pandemic

Clap for Carers to return for 'all heroes' of Covid-19 pandemic

06 January 2021

Clap for Carers is set to return tomorrow (Thursday) after being renamed 'Clap for Heroes'.


Mum writes book in tribute of son who struggled to sleep

23 February 2020
Mum writes book in tribute of son who struggled to sleep

Mum writes book in tribute of son who struggled to sleep

23 February 2020

A mum has had her first children’s book published after being inspired by her son who couldn’t sleep.

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Major delays for rail passengers on East Coast main line after severe damage to overhead lines

10 July 2019
Major delays for rail passengers on East Coast main line after severe damage to overhead lines

Major delays for rail passengers on East Coast main line after severe damage to overhead lines

10 July 2019

Disruption expected until end of today.


Lorry drivers leave human waste by road

12 February 2019
Lorry drivers leave human waste by road

Lorry drivers leave human waste by road

12 February 2019

Residents are angry at the amount of rubbish and human waste being left behind by lorry drivers who park in their village overnight.

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