Sunday Smile: A Real-life Story to Melt a Frozen Heart and a

17 days ago
Sunday Smile: A real-life story to melt a frozen heart and a. We all went a bit mushy in the office when we heard the story of the collie called Boo that was rearing two kittens abandoned by their mum. Boo's owner Erica Fox was looking after the kittens for a Lincolnshire cat care charity, and while she was bottle feeding the little 'uns, Boo was providing plenty of love and cuddles. Enough to make you go awwwwwww. So this week's Sunday Smile is a cute imagined conversation between a pet owner and a dog that really wants a kitten... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Boston Mum Caught Up in Sophie Wittams Explicit Image Scandal Receives Apology

23 hours ago
Boston mum caught up in Sophie Wittams explicit image scandal receives apology. A Boston mum has received an apology from a Sunday newspaper after her picture was used in an undercover sting which caused Tory MP Brooks Newmark to resign as a minister. Charlene Tyler, 26, was caught up in the scandal as her picture was stolen by a freelance journalist working on an investigation - which ended up being published in the Sunday Mirror - targeting several Tory MPs. Mr Newmark sent an explicit image to the fake profile, named Sophie Wittams, and has since resigned. It then emerged that the profile used pictures of Ms Tyler and a Swedish woman without their knowledge. According to the BBC, Sunday Mirror editor Lloyd Embley said it thought the pictures had been posed by models but now... -> Read more at Lincolnshire Echo

New Tigers, Same Old Story as They Win an Eight-goal Thriller

48 days ago
New Tigers, same old story as they win an eight-goal thriller. The cast may have changed, but the story is still the same – Worksop Town winning games, scoring lots of goals and letting a fair few in... -> Read more at Worksop Guardian

Flashdance Brings Touch of Steel to Scunthorpe

22 days ago
Flashdance brings touch of steel to Scunthorpe. THE story of one steel town is set to travel across the Atlantic to another as Flashdance comes to Scunthorpe. The hit 1983 film has been converted for the stage, and will now be bringing its worldwide appeal to the Plowright Theatre. Local amateur dramatic company Wilton Productions is busy in rehearsals for the story of Pittsburgh's Alex Owens, played by Rebecca Jackson, as she seeks to leave her welding job and secure a place in the prestigious Shipley Dance Academy. The story takes the audience... -> Read more at Scunthorpe Telegraph

Grantham Court: Caravan Thief's 'cock and Bull' Story

2 days ago
Grantham court: Caravan thief's 'cock and bull' story. A man who stole a caravan from a Grantham home gave police a “cock and bull” story when he denied the theft... -> Read more at Grantham Journal

Gainsborough: See the Story of the River Trent Unfold on Stage

35 days ago
Gainsborough: See the story of the River Trent unfold on stage. The incredible story of the River Trent is soon to come to life on the stage thanks to a partnership between RSPB’s newest wetland nature reserve Beckingham Marshes, local youth group PACS, and amateur dramatics society Kismet... -> Read more at Worksop Guardian

Michelle Hurst: Touched by the Grimsby Chums

56 days ago
Michelle Hurst: Touched by the Grimsby Chums. OVER the past three weeks – leading up to the 100th anniversary of Britain declaring war on Germany in 1914 – we have been reprinting the Story Of The Grimsby Chums. You might have seen it as you flicked through the pages. Perhaps the red poppy on a spread of black and white text and photographs caused a passing glimpse. I sincerely hope that many of you paused on that page each night to read the story that, quite frankly, would give any Hollywood blockbuster a run for its... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Weekend Weather: Bright and Mostly Dry Conditions Forecast for

33 days ago
Weekend weather: Bright and mostly dry conditions forecast for. The final weekend of August looks set to be a mostly dry affair in North East Lincolnshire. A bright and breezy day is forecast for Saturday with brisk northwesterly winds. Though most places are expected to stay dry, a few showers are possible. Temperatures may well reach upwards 20c. Sunday should be a similar story, perhaps feeling a tad warmer as winds ease. Five day weather forecast for Grimsby. -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

We Want Your Derby County Selfies Today!

32 days ago
We want your Derby County selfies today! Why not post a selfie of yourself on your way or at the Derby County match today? It doesn't matter where you are, as long as you are a Rams fan. Tweet us at @derbytelegraph or email them to us at If you're not going to the game, don't worry, you can follow our live blog here: http://www. html. -> Read more at Derby Telegraph

Mancienne: It Was a Horrible Game but an Important Point for

9 days ago
Mancienne: It was a horrible game but an important point for. IT tells a significant story that, late in the first half, the Millwall fans were prompted to rise to their feet and applaud, with a slight air of sarcasm, at the simple sight of big striker Mathias Ranegie winning a header. It was not a regular occurrence. Michael Mancienne may not be the tallest of central defenders, but he and Kelvin Wilson barely gave the Lions front man an inch of room in which to operate. And their robust, physical battle probably also told the story of the game; a clash... -> Read more at Nottingham Post

Killer Driver from Hinckley Tells his Story on Fire Service Road

36 days ago
Killer driver from Hinckley tells his story on fire service road. A driver imprisoned for causing the death of two of his friends in a crash is being featured on a new road safety website targeting young people. Leicestershire Fire and Rescue Service is launching the Fatal Four: Cause and Effect website at the Emergency Services Show, at the NEC, in Birmingham. The website will focus on the story of Michael York, 21, from Hinckley, who crashed his car into a tree by the side of the B4114, near Croft, while returning home from a night out in... -> Read more at Leicester Mercury

VIDEO: Sunday Smile - the Giggling Babies

31 days ago
VIDEO: Sunday Smile - the giggling babies. EVERY Sunday we're bringing you a Sunday Smile. Well why not? How many of us resorted to putting our central heating on during August Bank Holiday! That's enough to take the shine off the summer, so we need cheering up! So why not check in each Sunday for a video or picture treat to turn the corners of your mouth in an upwardly direction. Plus, we want your suggestions! Perhaps you've taken a video or photograph of your cat trying to avoid a bath, or your little one falling asleep in their dinner... -> Watch at Grimsby Telegraph

Fairy Tale Comes True for Derbyshire Global Bestseller Tracy

16 days ago
Fairy tale comes true for Derbyshire global bestseller Tracy. A Derbyshire farmer's daughter has written her own success story. Thanks to the powers of self-publishing Tracy Blythe has watched her first novel turn into a bestseller. She chats to Jill Gallone. IMAGINE the story... a Derbyshire farmer's daughter who can't ever remember writing stories at school manages to pen a novel in two-hour blasts during her baby's naps. After years of hard graft she finishes the book, but it is rejected by 18 publishers. Fast forward seven years and the book is... -> Read more at Derby Telegraph

VIDEO: Sunday Smile - the Narcoleptic Squirrel Song

38 days ago
VIDEO: Sunday Smile - the narcoleptic squirrel song. EVERY Sunday we're bringing you a Sunday Smile. Well, why not? It's the end of the week, Monday's looming large and summer's fading, so why not check in each Sunday for a video or picture treat to turn the corners of your mouth in an upwardly direction. Plus, we want your suggestions! Perhaps you've taken a video or photograph of your cat trying to avoid a bath, or your little one falling asleep in their dinner.. if you think that it will make people smile and you're happy to share it,... -> Watch at Grimsby Telegraph

Hospital Players Show Opens at Scunthorpe Plowright Theatre

9 days ago
Hospital Players show opens at Scunthorpe Plowright Theatre. THE Hospital Players are due to tell a story of love, marriage and infidelity in their latest production at the Plowright Theatre in Scunthorpe. The amateur dramatics group will present Alan Ayckbourn's 'How the Other Half Loves' – a tale of three couples whose lives intertwine. The story follows Frank, who employs Bob and William, but Bob is having an affair with Frank's wife Fiona. Meanwhile, he argues constantly with his own wife, Teresa, while William's wife Mary is wrongly convinced he... -> Read more at Scunthorpe Telegraph

Richard III: Battle of Bosworth Re-enacted

49 days ago
Richard III: Battle of Bosworth re-enacted. A re-creation of the battle which cost Richard III his life will be played out at Bosworth Battlefield Heritage Centre this weekend. Battle lines will be redrawn on Saturday and Sunday by hundreds of re-enactors. Meanwhile, at the battlefield heritage centre, the exhibition will outline the story of the search for the location of the battlefield. Thousands of people are expected over the weekend. Councillor Richard Blunt, Leicestershire County Council's cabinet member for heritage, said. -> Read more at Leicester Mercury

BOOM! BOOM! Basil Brush to Play Scunthorpe Plowright Theatre

19 days ago
BOOM! BOOM! Basil Brush to play Scunthorpe Plowright Theatre. Britain's most loveable fox, Basil Brush, is visit the Plowright Theatre in Scunthorpe. Basil will be in town with his chum Mr Stephen (aka Chris Pizzey) from the smash-hit TV series. They will appear at the Laneham Street venue on Sunday, May 17, 2015, with shows at 11am and 2.30pm. There will be laughs, storytelling and songs in a show packed with fun and excitement. Join in the mayhem! Sing along with Basil and Mr Stephen and listen to Basil's bedtime story. This is billed as a show for all... -> Read more at Scunthorpe Telegraph

Sunday Side Battles It out to Raise Funds for Archer

42 days ago
Sunday side battles it out to raise funds for archer. Local Sunday League side Yates United battled it out with Hallcroft FC on Sunday, to raise funds for Worksop archery star Rob Gray... -> Read more at Worksop Guardian

VIDEO: Sunday Smile - How to Stop a Baby Crying with the Help of

52 days ago
VIDEO: Sunday Smile - how to stop a baby crying with the help of. HERE is your Sunday Smile - a video of a baby crying in her car seat.. until Katy Perry's Dark Horse starts to play. It's gone viral on Youtube with more than 18 million views, and is certainly worthy of a Sunday Smile.. -> Watch at Grimsby Telegraph

Story of Mud Creature to Tour Town

40 days ago
Story of mud creature to tour town. Transported Art will be bringing a new show to Boston in the last week of August... -> Read more at Boston Standard

LETTER: We Clearly Have Much to Offer Visitors

11 days ago
LETTER: We clearly have much to offer visitors. It was great to read last week’s story about 104-year-old Sydney Pope, who has been visiting Skegness for 90 years... -> Read more at Skegness Standard

SUNDAY FOOTBALL: Barley Mow are No Match for Casey's

10 days ago
SUNDAY FOOTBALL: Barley Mow are no match for Casey's. AFC Casey’s were convincing 3-0 winners over Barley Mow in division one of the Rugby and District Sunday League. -> Read more at Daventry Express

Hornets Get Ready to Create a Buzz

12 days ago
Hornets get ready to create a buzz. Amber Valley Ladies Hockey Club will be looking to carry on their success story when the new season starts this weekend... -> Read more at Ripley & Heanor News

Weather Warning Issued for the Region for Sunday

53 days ago
Weather warning issued for the region for Sunday. THE Met office has issued a yellow weather warning for the region for Sunday (August 10). The Yorkshire and the Humber region can expect some heavy rain with a risk of flooding as well as very strong winds after the remains of Hurricane Bertha are expected to move towards the UK. A statement from the Met Office said: "There is the potential for severe weather over much of the UK during Sunday as a depression tracks over or close to, the... -> Read more at Scunthorpe Telegraph

Look out for the Lancasters on Sunday

26 days ago
Look out for the Lancasters on Sunday. Organisers of two local RAF memorial services are 
expecting a double delight of Lancasters to take part in the scheduled flypasts this Sunday, September 7... -> Read more at Market Rasen Mail