Caistor Citizen and Beyond

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Christmas 2019 begins

What Caistor does so well: the start of Christmas with it’s annual switch on and what many were saying….the nicest tree for many years. Well done all concerned

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Caistor Brides and Classic Cars

The owner of one of Caistor’s new businesses, Gillian Austin of Bridal Reloved, brought numerous local businesses and a community event, the Caistor Classic Car Show together this weekend when

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Bowsers… there will be no holding him back now

Michael Galligan of Caistor in Bloom took delivery today (July 4th 2018) of a ‘made for the job’ new bit of kit that will make the watering of the blooms

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Bloomers reach new heights

Inspirational and experienced Caistor traders often offer their skills to make the life and times of the community’s volunteers easier. Today (Sunday June 24th, 2018) Mike Galligan was out testing

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Another day, another bloom

The sun continues to shine on the team from Caistor in Bloom as  they continue their quest to make the town flower from head to foot this week. As I

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The unseen heroes of Caistor’s citizens

An hour or so after morning civil twilight arrived in Caistor the light was so gorgeous it cried out for a photowalk. Just after 6am as I wandered around the

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Caistor blooming again

I caught up with Cliff Rust and Michael Galligan at about 3pm yesterday (June 19th) as once again, along with their team of volunteers they sped around Caistor putting out

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Lincolnshire Co-op volunteers join In-Bloom effort

Photographs by Stewart Wall. Rachel Ashmore, the Lincolnshire Co-operative Volunteer Co-ordinator, and Leanne Antcliffe, of Caistor Funeral, arrived with their team of staff volunteers from all over the county in

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Teams turn out to tidy up

About 30 cheerful volunteers turned out to help tidy up around Caistor this morning (Saturday, March 24, 2018). The sun was out when the group met at the Multi-Use Centre

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Community effort to renovate wagon

by Stewart Wall. Community Participation, Gardening Achievement and Environmental Responsibility are the ways by which the Royal Horticultural Society judges its In Bloom competitions and Caistor’s Community Participation has been

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