Ella is a mixed breed, approximately 10 months old.
She went missing from playing fields in Great Gonerby, Grantham, Lincolnshire, NG31. She ran off with extending lead attached on Friday, 21st June 2019.
Ella is very timid so may be hiding somewhere.
She has only recently been adopted from Spain.
If you see her please IGNORE HER, DO NOT APPROACH, CALL OR TRY TO GRAB HER.
Please contact owner Tracy on 07540 852752
See Facebook Page https://www.facebook.com/groups/430158701165075/
Julia B says…
I see SKDC is throwing our money away, with the installation of a ballot bin for cigarette ends – the most common form of litter in the district.
They reckon encouraging smokers to have a bit of fun while also getting rid of their cigarette butts in an environmentally friendly way will reduce the amount of smoking-related litter.
On these bins, smokers vote by putting their cigarette end in the slot beneath their preferred answer.
The litter stacks up behind the clear glass front in two columns, showing which answer is more popular.
So the council thinks its a good idea for them to gamble as well.
These people should be banned from all public places – including the streets of our towns.
They should take a leaf out of Japan’s book – as I saw on a recent visit – where every 10th slab carries a message
Rigger Mortiss says…
Just another day on Spittlegate Level
Dear Bridge Friends,
It’s been a while since you last heard from us so here’s a quick update to let you know what we’ve been up to and how you can get involved in the project as it evolves – which it is doing all the time!
Thanks once again for those who joined us for the April ‘Community Bridge’ Project – we had a great time and you can see the results of your hard work and the film we made during the week here.
In Grantham and South Kesteven, ‘Bridge’ is shaping up to be a fantastic Arts and Engineering Festival that celebrates both the area’s creative talents and its important engineering heritage.
When you combine that with exciting, daring, spectacular, aerial, outdoor circus-skills, brought to you by a troupe of the very best artists and performers from around the world – on and around a Bridge built by world-class engineers – you’ve got something very special indeed!
There’s a lot going on and we’d love for you to continue this journey with us so here are some of the ways you can do just that…
If you would like to join us in building bridges; exhibiting and selling artwork; performing; sharing experiences and talking history and heritage, here are some of the ways you can get involved in Bridge:
Grantham Arts Trail – artists can show and exhibit their work during the finale weekend on 14 &15 September in one of our fantastic venues. Exhibitor fees are £20. Download an application form from www.granthamarts.org
Build your own Da Vinci Mathematical Bridge in an outdoor team challenge on 7 & 8 September with one of our kits (see pic above). For an information pack, email Simon Hollingworth: firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Under the Bridge’ Performance Space – high skilled performers will be invited to respond to a creative brief and perform under the Bridge. More details to follow.
Share Engineering History & Stories – we’re putting together an exhibition of Grantham’s engineering heritage and we’d love to see your pictures and hear your stories. If you’ve got something to share, contact Claire Carrington: email@example.com
International Picnic! – we’re in the process of organising a food sharing event to reflect the wonderful tapestry of cultures that call South Kesteven their home. If you would like to get involved, contact Simon Hollingworth: firstname.lastname@example.org
‘Backstage’ trip to see Bridge rehearsal – join us on a trip to Coventry, home of Imagineer Productions, to see the circus and aerial performers’ show rehearsals on Saturday 13 July. Free bus there and back, picking up from Grantham at 12 noon and returning at 6pm. Bring a friend! For details and to book, email Simon Hollingworth: email@example.com
Like our Grantham Bridge FB Page and keep up-to-date with the latest: www.facebook.com/GranthamBridge2019This list is not the full picture – we’ve been busy writing funding applications and are awaiting the results which should hopefully mean we’ll have even more to tell you soon.
WATCH THIS SPACE!‘BRIDGE’ is an Imagineer Productions’ Project
funded by Arts Council and other partners
including SKDC & InvestSK
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Carly Durrands says…
I just want to say thank you to the group of eight teenagers (from The Priory year 9) that at the Range Park organised and played in a giant game of Tig with my son and his friends aged 8/9/10.
They really enjoyed it and was such a positive thing for the teenagers to do.
Thank you all
Alsion Marie Robson says...
Hi! I wondered whether anyone has found a man’s black wallet in town?
Lost sometime yesterday
… police said they don’t deal with it anymore
Sally Gibbins says…
I’m absolutely furious with Grantham green waste collection.
They have not emptied my bin yesterday morning leaving a note on it saying that it had black/silver waste in it !!!
Here are photos of my bin it has grass cuttings and hedge trimmings in it.
When you pay for a service you expect a service, just seems typical of Grantham and district council now.
All photos below from Balint Beni
Julia B says…..
Instead of wasting money on grass cutting, why don’t Grantham councillors take a leaf out of Rotherham’s book?
No, it wasn’t event worse weather than we thought, this Tornado was the steam engine pulling the Yorkshire Pullman through Grantham on Sunday. Taken by Rigger Mortiss
Jareth Walker asks…
My bike was stolen from my house on Thursday.
It’s a black and green Carrera Hellcat.
It’s been logged with the police, been put on every buy and sell page and has been shared locally.
Reward offered for return of the bike or info leading to the return!
Hannah May asks…
Someone has just hit my car thats’ parked up and carried on driving.
They haven’t come back.
I have CCTV footage so they either come back and sort it or I’ll take it to the police.
Happened on Dysart Road near Golden Fry chip shop
Craig Caithness, Jonas Eyles, and Joshua Eyles from Barrowby, plus Jonathan Pain, Simon Campbell, from Grantham are doing the 10 in 10 – climbing 10 peaks in the Lake District.
Susan Beckett, Barbara Campbell are hoping to complete the five in five.
To support them go to…
This plant has appeared in my garden. Does anyone know what it is?
It didn’t take long to remove the signs as the old Post Office on St Peter’s Hill closed last night and work transferred to WH Smith, on High Street.
It is understood that the town’s least favourite building will remain, and be used by Royal Mail.
Sally Trevor says…
My son kayaking at Hazelwood drive today!