Kesteven


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Kesteven

Parts of. an area in E England constituting a former administrative division of Lincolnshire

Kesteven

 

a district in the county of Lincolnshire, Great Britain. Area, 1,900 sq km. Population, 232,200 (1971). The administrative center of Kesteven is the city of Sleaford.

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The all-rounded then claimed three wickets for 37 runs, and Jack Kesteven took 2-34, but Checkley reached 104-5.
But ten minutes from time another rolling maul enabled Kesteven to pull level with a Dan Turner try and Adam Draper conversion.
Julie's hoard was confiscated by police and auctioned in 2007 to repay North Kesteven Council.
The acetate had belonged to Julie Wall, a North Kesteven Council worker who stole more than half a million in loose change from car park cash boxes - and spent the lot on Elvis memorabilia.
Blyth Spartans head to the scene of their biggest win last season when they take on third-bottom Grantham Town at the South Kesteven Stadium today.
MARINE got their first ever point at the South Kesteven Stadium on their fourth league visit but were unlucky not to have got all three in their Evo-Stik Northern Premier League fixture.
12 ( ANI ): Astronomers have discovered a new transient magnetar near supernova remnant SNR Kesteven 79.
The national finals take place in North Kesteven, Lincolnshire.
The single line motion will invite MPs to agree they have "considered the matter of tributes to the Rt Hon Baroness Thatcher of Kesteven LG OM".
J.H., Glasgow IT beggars belief that Labour councillors in South Kesteven are calling for a statue of Margaret Thatcher to be erected in her home town of Grantham at taxpayers' expense.
The only areas outside the south in the top 50 were Wychavon in Worcestershire, Rushcliffe in Nottingham, Rutland in the Midlands and North Kesteven in Lincolnshire.
MORRISON Utility Services was given planning permission to build a depot near Barrowby this week by South Kesteven District Council.