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From Glenside News, April 2015 … Jane King, Chair Glenside Transport Campaign writes … The campaign continues and we have been extremely busy pushing the transport issues at a local and County level. Our meeting at the end of February … Continue reading
You can view the Master Plan and Exhibition Boards produced by Framptons, the land owners planning consultant by clicking on the image below …
From the Glenside News, April 2015 (added 31/08/15 : MG) Letters to the Editor Dear Editor Sir, I take issue with the “view form the Chair” article in last month’s Glenside submitted by the Chair of the Parish Council. It … Continue reading
If you’d like to take up Yoga, or are looking for a venue locally that you can continue your involvement, then the Rosewell Shiatsu Centre, in Castle Bytham, are currently promoting three sessions each week. The sessions take place on … Continue reading
From Caroline Holmes … What a great way to end the season, nine teams of quizzers all set to test their brain power. Team sizes varied Buffer Stops are regulars and newcomers Team Titanic weren’t really sure what to expect, … Continue reading
The last pub quiz of the season will take place at the Willoughby Arms, Little Bytham on Tuesday 1 May from 8.00pm.
Quite a cold evening but it was quiz night at the Willoughby Arms, the pub clock was ticking, the minutes passing by, was anyone going to turn up? With it being the run up to Easter some were away. We … Continue reading
The next Quiz at the Willoughby Arms will take place on Tuesday 3 April 2012. The action starts at 8.00pm and is open to teams of up to 6 people with an entry fee of £1 per person. Most teams … Continue reading
Its being reported in the press that neighbours and friends in Castle Bytham have named the woman, that died tragically at the pond in Holywell on Thursday evening, as Dawn Mullany. Her grandson Laurie Mullany-Mills, from Ketton who was staying … Continue reading