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A Lincolnshire vicar whose church is named after the patron saint of the weather has urged people to pray for a brighter outlook as this January has become the wettest on record for some parts of Britain. The Reverend Susan … Continue reading
From the Rev’d Sue Evans … Celebrate the Community Spirit of Castle Bytham Our Parish Church of St. James has been at the heart of Castle Bytham for nearly a thousand years, as a place for the community to gather … Continue reading
The Castle Bytham Carollers will be embarking on their annual tour of the village on Monday, December 12th, to raise much-needed funds for St James’ Church and in particular help towards the cost of repairing the roof. The lantern-lit procession … Continue reading
Bank Holiday Monday (2 May 2011) sees the annual ‘Sponsored Ride’ taking place in theBythams area. If you ride, the event, in its 9th year since it changed from being the ‘Hunter Trials’, is one not to miss. The organisers have … 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.
This Saturday (26 March 2011) Bythams Music‘s first event for 2011 takes place. At 6.30pm in Little Bytham Church there will be a concert of sacred music with a Celtic flavour with the Children’s Choir of St Wulfram’s in Grantham … Continue reading
Why not go along to the Jumble Sale in aid of the Senior Citizens Christmas Lunch Its taking place in Castle Bytham Village Hall on Saturday 19 March 2011 commencing at 1.30pm. As well as the sale of jumble there … Continue reading