As part of the UK Swift Awareness Week, we are all invited to stroll around Caistor this evening (Thursday 21st June 2018) on a guided walk around Caistor, learning about
A cross which came from a historical chapel that was demolished in Caistor earlier this week has been saved for the benefit of the community. St Lawrence’s Chapel, off North
by Stewart Wall. Fifty students at Lincolnshire’s De Aston school are working towards making a trip of a lifetime in 2019 to walk the Himalayas and one of them is
Caistor Women’s Choir members are preparing to try out their new rehearsal venue this evening (Monday, January 8, 2018) at the town’s Arts and Heritage Centre at 28 Plough Hill.
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)
It was standing room only at the exhibition room at Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre earlier today (Saturday, May 7, 2016) when there was an opportunity to meet four local
Heavy rain did not stop plenty of people turning out to meet the artist at Caistor’s Arts and Heritage Centre yesterday (Saturday, February 6, 2016). Dozens of people came to
Caistor is to become a county pilot for a scheme to document historic finds. The Portable Antiquities Scheme has set up a national database recording archaeological objects that have been found in gardens and
A roadshow is being held in Caistor today (Thursday, October 22, 2015) to give tips to the town’s carers. The theme of the meeting will be health and social care,
Painter Julia Law was at Caistor’s Arts and Heritage Centre earlier today (Saturday, October 3, 2015) to describe her love of working with oils. Julia, who lives at Branston, near
Make sure you never miss a story.
Receive an email when a new story is published.
To subscribe (free)
1) click in the box below and delete "Email address"
2) enter your email address and then press subscribe
3) You will get an email asking you to confirm