Caistor Arts & Heritage

Did Victor eat all his Brussel Sprouts?

December 9th 2021: The Methodist Church Friendly Luncheon Club I come across most of the stories for the Caistor Citizen whilst out strolling with the camera, and this was one of them. As I wandered past the Post Office someone in a mask asked if I was off to the Friendly club in the Town […]

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What do Caistor Councillors get upto on a Saturday Morning?

8.45am Saturday Morning, its Cllr Jayne Bowman, but what is she upto As I wandered to the Parish Church to Santa’s Breakfast I saw another red hat bobbing about, but this one was being steered by Cllr Jayne Bowman, who last weekend was organising the Caistor Volunteers as they prepared for the Christmas tree light […]

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Who has the little one seen at Christmas?

They went that way santa Early Saturday morning many of Caistors young ones headed to the Caistor Parish Church for the annual ‘Breakfast with Santa’. The seemed to be having a great time. The church looked great with the christmas tree festival in full swing. If you want to see them yourself they are there […]

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What are you doing in Caistor this Weekend?

I’m not sure about the farmers warning but what a sky As the weekend began in Caistor, the sky was just an amazing colour for a few minutes at 8am. It was so red it filled the bathroom as I had a shower, and I reached for my camera to record it. I am going […]

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A Great Christmas Light Switch on for Caistor : Guy Martin came too

December 5th 2021 : Voted the best ever Caistor Christmas Tree Light Switch on Despite the changing weather a massive crowd came out to play on the Caistor Market Square on Sunday afternoon to watch the 2021 Christmas tree lights switched on.  The fun started, as planned at 1pm, and slowly the crowd swelled. It […]

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A Sunday Morning in Caistor : Getting ready for the big Switch On

December 5th : getting the market square ready It rained, it blew, and the sun shone bright on the Caistor Volunteers, who spent their Sunday morning braving the elements to prepare the Caistor Market Square for the big Christmas tree switch on in the afternoon. The fun is planned to start at 1pm, with the […]

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A Saturday Morning in Caistor

December 4th : chatting and snapping in caistor Most Saturdays in Caistor see a lively little market where for a few hours you can buy things like your meat and veg, jams and bread and little crafty nick-nacks. You can also have some amazing conversations. I spent an hour there on Saturday the 4th of […]

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Fancy a ‘swift’ walk tonight

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 the swifts in our local area. The walk will last approx. 30 minutes and will set off from the Caistor Market place by the Lion […]

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Chapel cross saved, confirms developer

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 Kelsey Road, was built in 1865 to serve the Caistor Union Workhouse. It later served Caistor Hospital. The chapel was demolished on Tuesday, causing widespread […]

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Alice earns her dough

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’s Alice Dale, 15, the daughter of Stephanie Dale, who is the manager of Caistor’s Arts and Heritage Centre. The Citizen caught up with Alice […]

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