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  • Taylor & Tails

    21st February 2022

    Stamford firm Taylor & Tails recently launched their own range of luxury dog beds, which are ethically and sustainably produced at a highly competitive price point. Editor Clare Rudd-Jones went to meet them to find out more

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  • We take a look at the Oundle Festival of Literature. Live events are being reinstated, which is fantastic news. Here’s a look at what’s on over the next few weeks…

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  • Stamford Radiators

    21st February 2022

    Stamford Radiators supply and install beautiful cast-iron radiators and contemporary-design radiators for your home. They take great pride in offering a personalised and detailed service, taking care of everything from home consultation to supply and installation. Nicholas Rudd-Jones went to meet the team

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  • Local food: The Blonde Beet

    24th January 2022

    ‘Stamford Green Quarter’, at 7 St Paul’s Street, is home to The Blonde Beet, Stamford’s first plant-based eaterie, which has a genuine focus on sourcing ingredients seasonally, ethically, sustainably and locally. Clare and Nicholas Rudd-Jones went along to sample the Friday night bistro menu and were hugely impressed by the whole experience

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  • The third major show of Christopher P. Wood’s paintings is being held at Goldmark gallery in Uppingham from 19 February until 19 March 2022

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  • Dianne Pilkington

    24th January 2022

    Aren’t we due a bit of magic in our lives? Dianne Pilkington thinks so. She is starring in a brand-new production of ‘Bedknobs and Broomsticks’ at Curve, Leicester, this month and tells Amander Meade about the production

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  • Snowdrop shows

    24th January 2022

    Is there anything more charming than a leisurely walk through a garden or park during late winter and seeing thousands of snowdrops? They evoke a sense of cheer, flowering when…

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  • Winter Wonderland

    6th November 2021

    Those clever little elves have been beavering away again at family-run Gates Garden Centre on the edge of Rutland, setting up a magical wonderland to delight one and all. Clare Rudd-Jones went along to get into the Christmas spirit…

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