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Inspiring deaf Stamford teenager Beatrice Cadman overjoyed by top award

Inspiring deaf Stamford teenager Beatrice Cadman overjoyed by top award

Inspiring deaf Stamford teenager Beatrice Cadman overjoyed by top award

Inspirational deaf Stamford schoolgirl Beatrice Cadman is thrilled after winning a top communication skills award


Former chief executive to speak at Friends of Stamford Hospital meeting

Former chief executive to speak at Friends of Stamford Hospital meeting

Former chief executive to speak at Friends of Stamford Hospital meeting

Annual lecture will be held next week and all are welcome


Stamford Hospital heroes are recognised for work

Stamford Hospital heroes are recognised for work

Stamford Hospital heroes are recognised for work

Staff from Stamford Hospital celebrated their achievements at North West Anglia NHS Trust’s Outstanding Achievement Awards


Uppingham woman's commitment to health in Rutland rewarded

Uppingham woman's commitment to health in Rutland rewarded

Uppingham woman's commitment to health in Rutland rewarded

Jennifer Fenelon had a long career in the health industry but has continued to champion local services during her retirement


Council looks to recruit more personal assistants

Council looks to recruit more personal assistants

Council looks to recruit more personal assistants

A drop-in event is being held on October 22 to provide people with information about the role


Hospital trust made more than £1m from charging staff to park

Hospital trust made more than £1m from charging staff to park

Hospital trust made more than £1m from charging staff to park

Unite slammed the "scandalous" figures, which it said amounted to a "tax on hard-pressed" employees


Hero teacher saves stricken husband’s life

Hero teacher saves stricken husband’s life

Hero teacher saves stricken husband’s life

A Rutland teacher who performed CPR to save her stricken husband after he suffered a cardiac arrest is urging everyone to learn life-saving skills


Patients back move to reduce prescriptions for minor conditions

Patients back move to reduce prescriptions for minor conditions

Patients back move to reduce prescriptions for minor conditions

GPs will no longer provide prescriptions for medications and treatments which are available to buy over the counter


Call for support in dealing with PTSD

Call for support in dealing with PTSD

Call for support in dealing with PTSD

Retired college lecturer is looking to set up recovery centres around the country including in Rutland


Life-changing chance for Layla

Life-changing chance for Layla

Life-changing chance for Layla

A schoolgirl will be given a new lease of life after hearing she qualifies for life-changing surgery


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