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Monthly Archives: April 2011
Princess Elizabeth passed Little Bytham hauling the Cathedrals Express from Kings Cross to York this morning (Thursday 28 April 2011).
After the first cuckoo earlier in the month, what is believe to be the another first for 2011 … “cows loose in the village” was heard this evening when a dozen or more were seen roaming down the High Street … Continue reading
Music in Quiet Places is a series of performances, which have taken place on summer evenings in south west Lincolnshire for the last 22 years. The venues and performances change every year, the last performance in theBythams area taking place … Continue reading
With the Easter weekend fast approaching it seems a good idea to detail some of the happenings in theBythams area from Good Friday on 22nd April through to Easter Monday on 24th.
Thanks to help from Chris Holmes, theBythams website now includes information, in its Railways, Trains etc. section, of steam rail tours which pass through Little Bytham on the East Coast Mainline. Much of the information has been gleaned from the … Continue reading
South Kesteven District Council will be emptying refuse, recycling and green waste bins on different days over the forthcoming Bank Holiday weekends. The collection days will change as follows … Usual Date 22 April 2011 (Good Friday) – No Change … Continue reading
The A4 locomotive 4464(60019) Bittern passed through Little Bytham this morning on the first day of a nine day Rail Touring Company “Great Britain IV” rail-tour. The locomotive had been repainted in LNER Garter Blue and renamed Dominion of New … Continue reading
Great turn-out for the Willoughby Arms Pub Quiz on Tuesday 12 April. Some interesting questions and lively banter between the teams made for a good evening. Final scores, after 10 rounds, were as follows … 1st : Six Pack … Continue reading
Why not join us for the morning on 7th April 2011, between 9.30 and 11.30am, when the Bythams Primary School will be proudly welcoming all members of the community, young and old for an open morning. Come along and visit … Continue reading