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An investigation into how a small plane narrowly avoided two men and then struck a bungalow on a farm in Lincolnshire is continuing.
The crash happened outside Castle Bytham, south of Grantham, on Wednesday afternoon.
Read more from the BBC News website.
A 73-year-old man has miraculously escaped with cuts and bruises after his light aircraft crashed through the roof of a bungalow in Lincolnshire.
The pilot of the small aeroplane had to be freed from the wreckage by emergency crews after his aircraft came down on the farm building outside Castle Bytham, south of Grantham, just after 2pm.
Read more from the Daily Mail website.
Two drivers involved in a collision on the B1176 near Ryhall are calling for fresh warning signs to be installed on the approach to a crossroads before an accident “kills someone”.
With warning signs on the road worn out and signs on the side of the road obscured by overgrown branches, they say drivers do not get sufficient warning of the approaching crossroads which is in a dip.
Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.
News and children’s channels will be moving places on Freeview on Wednesday 3rd September 2014, as plans to extend the range of channel numbers reserved for general entertainment channels, are put in to place.
The BBC Red Button service that is now on channel 301 will move to channel 601 on that date as well, as part of a move to increase the number of channels available on YouView, which shares the Freeview channel numbering system.
More information can be found @ www.a516digital.com/2014/04/Freeview-Retune-Day-September-2014-News-Childrens-Channel-moves.html
Proving that you’re never too young to start fundraising, a pair of six-year-old twins have signed up to take part in a six-mile bike ride at Rutland Water in aid of Diabetes UK.
Ben and Gracie Stevenson from Castle Bytham will be cycling in the charity’s Big Bike Ride on June 29, alongside their mum Julia Miner.
Read more from the Grantham Journal website.
The Chart Show TV channel has launched on Freeview channel 67.
It’s being carried on the signal that is carrying local TV to town and cities across the UK, and is only available on Freeview in locations where local TV has already launched, or will launch later this year.
Luckily theBythams is one of them areas!