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Poor planning attendance

Poor attendance at planning meetings will result in reminders being sent out to Caistor Town Councillors. Only one more than the quorum was present at the planning committee last night (January

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Bloom plans

Caistor In Bloom outlined some of its plans for the year ahead to town councillors last night. (January 8, 2015) One of the proposals was to remove some posts along

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Council staff changes

Strategic leaders for different roles such as growth, planning and finance will be appointed by West Lindsey’s District Council, Caistor Town Councillors heard last night (January 8, 2015). Cllr Alan

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Hospital chapel debate

Caistor Town Council is to find out more about what is happening to the dilapidated Chapel at the former hospital off North Kelsey Road. The hospital site is now being

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Outdoor gym costs

The cost of building new play facilities including an outdoor gym at Caistor Sports Ground may be more than originally thought. Town Clerk Helen Pitman told town councillors last night

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Water work clean-up

Anglian Water project works have left two areas in Caistor needing some tidying, town councillors heard last night. (January 8, 2015) The first was a footpath leading from Navigation Lane

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Log cabins appeal

A planning appeal has been lodged with the Secretary of State over permanent residential use of 60 log cabins off Brigg Road, councillors have been told. Permission was granted for the

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Old Fire Station work

Remedial works to the Old Fire Station in Horsemarket have been authorised by Caistor Town Council. Town Clerk Helen Pitman told councillors last night (January 8, 2015) that the works

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Glebe House Trees

Proposed tree works at Glebe House Residential Home, in Southdale, has raised no concerns among town councillors at their planning meeting last night. (January 8, 2015) Planning committee chairman Alan

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The Stonemason Exhibition

The Caistor Arts and Heritage Centre are currently running a one month exhibition by local photographer Stewart Wall ARPS showing images he took of a local stonemason, Colin Wood. Through the

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