Author: Stewart Wall

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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Interview with Jo Court ARPS, another community photographer

An interview with Jo Court, who spent a year documenting life on a farm Jo Court is a member of the Royal Photographic Society and earlier this year attended one of my photo book designing courses. We then met up online again and discussed the book she was planning in more detail. I really love […]

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It is almost Christmas in Caistor, as a new star is born?

Early one Sunday morning a new star of lincolnshire arrived for Christmas Early Sunday morning local volunteers and companies arrived in the Caistor Market Square, and with the usual efficiency the annual Christmas tree was planted. If you fancy cheering in Christmas the lights will be switched on next Sunday, December 5th at around 4pm. […]

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Its Mince Pie Time as Christmas Gets Close

The 2021 Caistor Parish church grand christmas fayre Despite the dreadful weather the Caistor Parish Church held their 2021 Christmas Fayre at the Town Hall on Saturday November 27th. Canon Ian Robinson seemed quite taken by the mince pies

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Why was David Hill So Happy This Friday?

David Hill’s Birthday Breakfast with his fellow lions at the rock   It is fair to say that well known Caistor local David Hill is usually happy, but this Friday he enjoyed a great birthday breakfast at the Rock Cafe on The Waterhills, surrounded by some of his friends of the Caistor Lions. After a […]

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Did you stop for the Caistor Lions Victorian Craft Market?

What a lot of lovely smiles at the Caistor Lions Victorian Craft Market     The annual Caistor and District Lions Club Caistor Victorian Craft Market was back in full swing this year at the Town Hall. Lion Bob stopped to pose for Michael Galligan’s camera phone, as Bob and his crew sizzled the sausages […]

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Caistor GO2 We Bounced All Morning

It looked like a new Caistor Craze called ‘spade-bouncing’, but this was serious stuff, it was the  Caistor GO2 volunteers spending their Saturday morning at the Caistor Yarborough Academy planting 200 new trees to help keep the planet safe. With an almost military precision, under the careful mentorship of Dan Kendall of Watson Lindsey Arboriculture […]

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And Kloppy Came too

Alongside Hazel and the Lions Permaculture project, that we published on CaistorCitizen yesterday,  we have also been following the process of  Alastair and Mikey as they create amazing change on a stretch of Waterhills, by creating a haven for peaceful reflection and walks. We will publish an article on CaistorCitizen soon that tells that story. […]

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Permaculture at Caistor’s Rock

For the last few months I’ve been popping up to the Rock on the Waterhills at Caistor and following the progress of Hazel and the Caistor Lions as they develop a community allotment using permaculture as a method of land management. Permaculture engages with natural ecosystems and principles in fields such as regenerative agriculture, rewilding, […]

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The Moon over Caistor Nov 19th 2021

Early risers in Caistor, I am sure, will have marvelled at the sight of a beautifully warm looking moon as it slid out of sight around 6am. Looking more like a rising sun this was an event for the moon they call a partial lunar eclipse, and more than that, it was the longest for […]

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