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Parking enforcement: ‘You asked for it!’

The new two-hour limit on parking in Caistor Market Place has had some repercussions on people unloading their vehicles, Caistor Town Council heard last Thursday (January 14, 2016). Lincolnshire County

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Referendum result “won’t stop 72 homes plan”

The controversial 72-home development off Brigg Road is likely to go ahead irrespective of how Caistor votes in this month’s referendum, it was claimed earlier today (Monday, January 18, 2016).

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Exasperated editor speaks out over council

It’s not often that I use the Citizen to express my own personal viewpoint. I prefer to reflect on the community. Just because l report on things that people say, it doesn’t mean I

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Referendum Yes is vital, say councillors

Caistor Town Councillors Alan Caine and Martin Sizer have responded to a story published in the Citizen yesterday in which a campaigner called for a No vote in this month’s

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Waterhills campaigner: “Vote No in referendum”

A campaigner who wants Waterhills to be turned into a country park is urging voters to reject the Caistor Neighbourhood Plan at a referendum later this month. Jonathan Holt, who lives

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Caistor Citizen is one year old

The Caistor Citizen celebrated its first anniversary yesterday (Saturday, January 9, 2016). In that time, www.caistorcitizen.co.uk has published 342 articles about modern life in our historic town. It has attracted 50,567

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Countdown to referendum begins

Polling cards were received in households throughout Caistor yesterday (Friday, January 8, 2016) which will give people the chance to vote on an important planning document. The Caistor Neighbourhood Plan,

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Council agrees to lobby over empty buildings

Caistor Town Council has agreed to lobby for action to be taken over long-term empty properties. Agenda item No. 18 at Thursday’s meeting (December 10, 2015) was to “resolve to request

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Children begin playing on skatepark

Caistor’s skatepark is open and available to use at last. Early responses from Caistor’s young community have so far been positive, Mayor Carol Mackenzie said on Thursday (December 10, 2015). Both

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Vinyls go up at old Co-op

New vinyls have been put up in the windows of the former Co-op in Caistor Market Place. The vinyls were in place by lunchtime yesterday (Friday, December 11, 2015). Their

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