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That Margaret Thatcher statue is still causing controversy, with opponents now focussing on the potential cost to residents of South Kesteven and how transparent such costs are.

The district council has agreed to 'under-write' the sum of £100,000 for the unveiling and related festivities. This doesn't mean that this will be the actual bill to be paid by council taxpayers, but simply the maximum potential liability should private fundraising be a total zero-sum raised failure.

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Maria Ferguson

Live and Local, the Rural and Community Touring Networks, returns to South Kesteven this autumn to bring a wide variety of cultural offerings including music, comedy, drama and dance to villages across the district.

Smaller community venues - including at Swayfield, Irnham, Aisby and Ropsley - will welcome performers to delight audiences - and bring communities closer together after the restrictions of the pandemic.

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A popular park is playing its part in this year's Go Green for Parks initiative run as part of a prestigious awards scheme.

The former Ticket Office in Wyndham Park will be bathed in green light from Thursday (Oct 14th) in tribute to all the volunteers and South Kesteven District Council staff who work to keep all the town's parks looking their best.

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Coun Adam Stokes

A top Grantham councillor has gained a promotion after the Councillor Barry Dobson has today resigned as the Deputy Leader of South Kesteven District Council.

Coun Barry Dobson, who represents Dole Wood, also resigned as Deputy Leader of the Conservative Group to focus more on his personal business activities.

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