The trust which runs Burghley House near Stamford have been ordered to pay more than £250,000 after a butler was crushed to death in a luggage lift.
47 year old Arthur Mellar, who worked at the stately home for nine years, was killed in July 2014.
The trust admitted health and safety failings led to the accident.
They were also ordered to pay more than £16,000 in costs at Peterborough Crown Court.
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Police are appealing for information to help find Garry Hardy, who was reported missing from Stamford on July 8th.
Garry, 46, was reported missing by a family member on the evening of the 8th and is believed to have last been in the Meadows area during the morning the next day.
He is described as white, around 6ft 2in in height, of medium build, with stubble and short brown hair. He is believed to be wearing a waist-length black rain coat and shorts, and has a black butterfly tattoo on his right leg.
Anyone who has seen or had contact with Gary, or who knows of his whereabouts, is asked to contact Lincolnshire Police on 101.
Two men have been arrested after police seized a substantial amount of cannabis grow at a house in Stamford.
Over 50 cannabis plants were seized during the raid at the property in St Paul’s Street, Stamford, on Monday morning.
Officers searching the premises seized a substantial amount of cannabis and growing equipment.
Two men aged 56 and 22 were arrested on suspicion of the production of drugs and taken in custody for questioning.
They have been bailed to return to the police station in June whilst the investigation is ongoing.
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Nursing staff at Stamford Hospital have been receiving festive thank you cards from a former patient since 1960 but they do not know who they were.
Staff say there are very few clues as to who it could be - but say they want to track him down, because it is their turn to say thank you.
14-year-old Mollie Howard, who went missing from Stamford on Tuesday evening, was located overnight safe and well.
Detectives investigating a sexual assault in Stamford are appealing for a potential witness to come forward.
On Friday 4th July, just after 4pm, a woman walking her dog on the footpath which joins Selwyn Road to Churchill Road was approached by a man who grabbed her breast.
The offender is described as a slim white man, approximately 18 years old, 5ft - 5ft 7" tall, with short dark hair parted to one side.
Police believe a woman in her twenties, who was walking a three-legged Spaniel at the time, may have witnessed the incident and they are appealing for her to come forward.