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Mayor’s New Year Message

Lead Photograph shows the 2018 CATS production at The Town Hall. Photograph by David Riddall Well another year has begun and the Christmas festivities are over for another year. Caistor’s

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Twins’ work for community is recognised

Twins David and Louis King, who will be 87 later this year, have been honoured for their outstanding contribution to the community. David, left, and Louis, who are pictured in

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Caistor ‘treated with contempt’ over pavements slips

Residents of Caistor might be surprised to learn this week that jet-washing work “has been carried out” to make the town’s pavements less slippery. The claim was made public at

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Planning committee backs gym move

Members of West Lindsey District Council’s Planning Committee unanimously supported a gym’s move into a premises at Brigg Road last night (Wednesday, March 7, 2018). BFitLincs began operating from Caistor

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‘We left chapel as long as we could,’ says developer

The developer in charge of building new homes on the former Caistor hospital site has spoken about the decision to demolish a historic chapel. The former workhouse chapel off North

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Planning complications threaten popular gym

A gym owner made a dramatic appeal last night (Wednesday, February 14, 2008) for Caistor Town Council to intervene after encountering a new complication in a long-running saga over planning

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New Town Clerk welcomed

The new clerk to Caistor Town Council, Jim Hanrahan, was warmly welcomed at the council’s January meeting this week (Thursday, January 11, 2018). Mr Hanrahan, who has extensive experience of

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‘Rip out your planters’, Caistor in Bloom told

by Stewart Wall. Caistor in Bloom members say they are furious at an order by Lincolnshire County Council Highways Department to remove their planters from around Caistor Market Place. The

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Tributes to former district councillor

Tributes were paid at Caistor Town Council’s November meeting to former District and Town Councillor Roy Schofield, who died in October. The tributes were led last Thursday (November 9, 2017)

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Town Clerk to retire

The Clerk to Caistor Town Council, Helen Pitman, is planning to retire, the council heard at its September meeting (Thursday, September 14, 2017). Jobs websites were advertising the position during

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