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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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Public’s views sought over park’s future

Caistor Town Council is to hold a consultation over the future of Millfields Park. The consultation was agreed by councillors last night (Thursday, December 10, 2015), as they studied a

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Councillors to discuss Millfields Park tonight

The future use of Millfields Park is due to be discussed by town councillors tonight (Thursday, December 10, 2015). Item 14 of tonight’s monthly meeting of Caistor Town Council is

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Town Council sets new precept

Caistor Town Council agreed last night (Monday, December 7, 2015) to raise its precept from £85,500 to £88,740 from next April. The new amount was agreed at a special meeting to

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Park questions remain unanswered

A fund might be available to assist with the costs of maintaining equipment at Millfields Park. But time is running out to apply – the deadline is December 10. Details about the Community

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Plans unveiled for former Co-op

About 25 people gathered at the Arts and Heritage Centre last night (Thursday, December 3, 2015) to hear about the latest plans for the former Co-op. Heritage Lincolnshire and Hodson

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Park questions “to be answered at meeting”

Caistor Town Council has delayed answering some questions posed by the Citizen over expenditure at Millfields Park. The Citizen wrote to Cllr Mike Stopper, who has lead responsibility for the council’s parks,

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Town Council round-up: November

A request by Caistor In Bloom for £2,000 to assist with the cost of various matters, such as watering flowers, has been deferred by the town council. Cllr Michael Galligan, who is

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Digital champions needed

Image courtesy of http://www.west-lindsey.gov.uk/ Press release forwarded by Cllr Alan Caine COULD YOU BE A DIGITAL CHAMPION? A plea has gone out for volunteers who could show others how to

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