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A46 resurfacing at Nettleton

Notice has been given of road resurfacing works on the A46 at Nettleton in February. Lincolnshire County Council says the work is expected to start on February 17, 2015, and

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Nick’s half-century

There was some gentle teasing in store for Caistor Primary School teacher Nick McCann as he reached his 50th birthday. Gifts presented to him during school assembly included a hearing aid,

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Trap the centre-piece of new floral display

In Bloom team members will be looking to up their game even more this year with the news that Caistor has been invited to take part in the national competition. The group

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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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Contact Us

We are always happy to hear about your stories about Caistor, current and historic. If you are keen to write like Harry Minns (pictured) we can run your articles. We

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Kindergarten closure confirmed

Whitegates Kindergarten has confirmed that it is to close on July 17, 2015. In a statement released on Facebook, owner Angela Lawrence said recent changes in legislation meant that many schools

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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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Stonemason Exhibition

Stonemason Colin Wood demonstrated his techniques for chiselling letters into stone at Caistor’s Arts and Heritage Centre on Saturday (January 10, 2015). Mr Wood was the subject of an exhibition

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