Today I am, as a precaution, having school thoroughly investigated.'The kitchens have been examined already and are fine and the rest of school will be looked at tomorrow.'I am confident that experts will make sure that school is safe for reopening as planned on Monday.' When approached about the matter before the school made a statement, its chair of governors, Philip Geldard, said it was being closed for environmental reasons.
-thəm) is a market town in the South Kesteven district of Lincolnshire, England.
The lands of Bishop Osmond were described: "In Londonthorpe ... In Great Gonerby, St Wulfram of Grantham has 1 carucate of land.
There is land for twelve oxen." On 4 December 1290, the funeral cortège of Eleanor of Castile, accompanied by her husband King Edward I, stopped at Grantham on its way from Lincoln to Westminster Abbey.
Pest control experts were called in to St Philip's C of E Primary School in Hulme, Manchester, after the rodent was allegedly found above the computer room.
In 1363 "The Castles, Manors and towns of Stamford and Grantham" were granted to Edmund of Langley, 1st Duke of York, and fifth son of Edward III of England.Residents of a picturesque Lincolnshire village are furious after an empty property became overrun by rats.Disturbing pictures show the rodents scurrying around the property in Metheringham and licking moisture off the windows.The origin of "Grantham" is uncertain, although the name is said probably to be Old English "Granta ham", meaning "Granta's homestead".It appeared as early as 1086 in the Domesday Book in its present form of Grantham, but was also recorded variously as Grandham, Granham and Graham.The place name element grand could possibly mean "gravel".