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Category Archives: Castle Bytham
On Saturday 2nd November is theBythams Bonfire Party at the field at the crossroads in Castle Bytham. Gates open at 6.00pm, bonfire lit at 6.30pm with fireworks after 7.30pm. Bar & BBQ, 3 different types of soup & mulled wine. … Continue reading
Several villages were left without water today (Monday) because of two separate faults. Residents of Carlby, Essendine, Castle Bytham, Swayfield, Witham-on-the-Hill and surrounding areas with PE9, PE10, NG33 and LE15 postcodes have been affected by the problem, which began at … Continue reading
Here is a list of the galleries we have added new images too. Careby Castle Bytham / Pond Creeton / General Little Bytham / Church Lane
Various photos taken around Castle Bytham on 20th December 2012. Photos taken by Gordon S Valentine.
Have you got any photos from the recent floods in any of the local villages? – Careby, Castle Bytham, Creeton, Holywell or Little Bytham. Please can you email them to us? For use on this website. Full credit, will of … Continue reading
Gates open 5.30, fireworks @ 7pm FREE ENTRY No sparklers allowed Beer Tent, BBQ, Mulled Wine, Soup Great night out for all the family!
The dust – (or should that be the mud?) had barely settled from this year’s Fair when we plunged into finalising the arrangements for this year’s Bonfire Night Party. Please make sure you put down Saturday evening, 3rd November, in … 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
A couple whose house was wrecked by a series of firebombs have returned to their Lincolnshire home a year after the attacks. Detectives are still puzzled as to why Peter and Sylvia Cox were targeted but the couple insist they … 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