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 lodges as a leisure site in 2006, Caistor’s planning committee heard last night. (January 8, 2015) Alan Caine, who is chairman of the planning committee, told […]

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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 included supplying a new hinge to the external doors, installing four sets of monitoring disks to check any movement in the building and to lay […]

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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 Caine said the works were “basically maintenance”. He said a planning officer was happy with most of the proposals but had concerns about one pine […]

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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 images Stewart was awarded by The Royal Photographic Society and made An Associate. The exhibition runs until January 31st [new_royalslider id=”2″]  

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Millfields Park talks

  Caistor Town Council declined last night (January 8, 2015) to give more details about its discussions on removing children’s play equipment from Millfields park. When asked at the public forum why the council had discussed the matter in secret, town clerk Helen Pitman said it concerned a legal matter. Mayor Steve Millson said it […]

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Estuary TV interviews In Bloom campaigner

Michael Galligan was recently  interviewed by, Erica Barker and Amy Brawn for Estuary TV.  Mike of Caistor in Bloom is organising The Waes Hal for Sunday 11th January at The Community Orchad near the Caistor Sports Ground. The Grimsby Morris Men will attend the ceremony which is based on ancient traditions to bless the future crop of apples […]

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