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Adventures offer to teenagers

Paint-balling, hill-walking, kayaking, trips abroad and the Duke of Edinburgh Award Scheme are some of the things Caistor’s teenagers could do if they joined the Explorer Scouts. An evening outlining

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Stonemason images lead to school invite

Report by Stewart Wall YOU meet some very interesting people at exhibitions and at The Stonemason – currently being held at Caistor’s Arts and Heritage Centre – I met many. One person

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New group for teenagers

Teenagers could get the chance to join a new group which would introduce them to different experiences and adventures. An open evening will be held at the Arts and Heritage Centre

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Advice to would-be councillors

If you are thinking of standing in one of the elections in May, then you might be interested in joining a briefing being hosted by West Lindsey District Council. The presentation

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Dementia Friends workshop

How to help people with dementia is the subject of a short workshop being organised by Springs Church at Nettleton Village Hall on Saturday (January 17, 2015). “People with dementia

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Ice Factory Talk

  The story of Grimsby’s Ice Factory, which supplied the world’s premier fishing fleet in the days when it sailed from the town, will be revealed to members of Caistor Heritage

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Caistor in Bloom Waes-Hal

Photograph of Mick Paige calling out The Waes-Hal Colour, noise and traditional dance filled the community orchard during a Waes-Hal at Caistor Sports Ground on Sunday (January 11, 2015). Between 50

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The Stonemason Exhibition

The Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre are currently running a one month exhibition by local photographer Stewart Wall ARPS showing images he took of a local stonemason, Colin Wood. Through the

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Estuary TV interviews In Bloom campaigner

Michael Galligan was recently  interviewed by, Erica Barker and Amy Brawn for Estuary TV.  Mike of Caistor in Bloom is organising The Waes Hal for Sunday 11th January at The Community Orchad near

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