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An earthquake with a magnitude of 2.8 has been recorded in a county hit by a series of tremors, the British Geological Survey (BGS) has confirmed. The epicentre was near the town of Oakham in Rutland, in the East Midlands, … Continue reading
Public meeting tonight at the Castle Bytham Village hall. About the revised plans for the quarry.
“£2.50 a pint TUES, WED, THURS evening this week only. ~ when its gone – ITS GONE ~ In case you have not seen our in-house Signs we are CLOSING for a wee annual break. From Friday 4th – Thursday … Continue reading
If you missed The Red Arrows flying over Castle Bytham. Here is a video of it!
Campaigners have welcomed a partial review of free school transport in Lincolnshire, but insist the whole policy needs looking at. A proposal to review the grammar school section of Lincolnshire County Council’s policy came before the authority’s children and young … Continue reading
Not 100% sure where your local FTTC cabinet is? We’ve just made this map showing the locations of them. To find out which is your cabinet, use the on-line checker at www.dslchecker.bt.com. FTTC Cabinet 1 – Clipsham Road, Stretton. FTTC … Continue reading
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue have confirmed that the fire in Castle Bytham yesterday was caused by a spark from a bonfire igniting a tyre. The blaze in a barn used as a workshop on Clipsham Road, Castle Bytham caused 100 … Continue reading
It’s official. Superfast broadband is now available in theBythams area. This week Castle Bytham cabinets, 2, 4 and 5 went live. To find out which cabinet, you use. Use the on-line checker at www.dslchecker.bt.com.
A light aircraft may have crashed into a bungalow because of a sudden change in wind direction, an investigation has found. The 73-year-old pilot of the Denney Kitfox ultralight was seriously injured in the crash, which happened at a grass … Continue reading
Campaigners have been fighting for a review of Lincolnshire County Council’s policy for several months. Members of the Glenside School Transport Campaign argue that in some areas, such as Castle Bytham, Little Bytham and Creeton, the free transport provided to … Continue reading