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Plans for public to buy shares in former store project

Two significant steps took place on Tuesday afternoon (June 12th, 2018) in the journey to bring new life into the former Co-op store at 2-4 Market Place, Caistor. The first

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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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Cinema night a masterpiece in showmanship

Photographs by Jessica Wall. Caistor’s community cinema kicked off in style when the group held a demonstration screening at the Town Hall earlier this evening (Saturday, May 26, 2018). The

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Film nights to kick off with The Greatest Showman

Caistor Community Cinema is preparing to host a demonstration film show on Saturday (May 26th 2018). The idea is to show people how the film nights will work if the

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Twins’ work for community is recognised

Twins David and Louis King, who will be 87 later this year, have been honoured for their outstanding contribution to the community. David, left, and Louis, who are pictured in

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Work under way to repair church roof

Glorious sunshine greeted the team who turned out to continue works to the roof of St Peter and St Paul’s Church in Caistor this morning (Thursday, April 26, 2018). Scaffolding

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Cinema project wins £8,000 funding

Supporters of a move to set up a community cinema in Caistor are celebrating today (Monday, April 23, 2018), with the news that the project has won the maximum possible

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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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Caistor ‘treated with contempt’ over pavements slips

Residents of Caistor might be surprised to learn this week that jet-washing work “has been carried out” to make the town’s pavements less slippery. The claim was made public at

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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

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