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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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Caistor Lion’s 2019 Beer Festival

Popped in to listen to the Caistor Lion’s team who are planning the town’s 2019 Beer festival and wow, there is so much work for the Lions and their team

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New Arts and Crafts Course at The Heritage Centre

If you fancy having getting out of the house and trying some arts and crafts Sarah is running a Creative Mojo class at The Arts and Heritage Centre on Friday

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GO2 Caistor group looks at reducing carbon footprint

Report and Images by Shona and Stewart Wall About 50 people, nearly half of them children, met at Caistor Primary School this morning (Saturday, 16 February 2019), to discuss how

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Civic Society welcomes Battle of Britain Memorial Flight Pilot

On Thursday 21 February 2019, The Caistor Civic Society will be hosting a talk by Mike Chatterton who, for 15 years or so, was the Lancaster pilot on the Battle

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Caistor’s Young Environmentalists

On Saturday ( Jan 26th 2019) a newly formed group of people of all ages met at the Caistor Primary School. Under the leadership of the school children and teacher

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Mayor’s New Year Message

Lead Photograph shows the 2018 CATS production at The Town Hall. Photograph by David Riddall Well another year has begun and the Christmas festivities are over for another year. Caistor’s

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New management at The Settlement

Destination restaurant, The Settlement, is under new management, it was announced this week. Former Caistor resident Trev Wright and his son Mike took over the lease of the restaurant and

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Edwardian tearoom plan for former Co-op

An Edwardian themed tearoom and a business hub are among ideas being considered for the former Co-op store in Caistor Market Place, a meeting at the Town Hall heard last

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