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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
Councillors have approved the first step in a review of part of a free school transport policy. A proposal to review the grammar school section of Lincolnshire County Council’s policy came before the authority’s children and young people’s scrutiny committee … Continue reading
With the school summer holidays coming up next month, and some nicer weather on the horizon – fingers crossed – it’s time to start thinking about heading outdoors for some family fun, writes KATE CHAPMAN. Until my children came along … 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
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.
Just done a BT line check (using www.dslchecker.bt.com). It says that people living on Church Lane, will now gets speeds of up to 73.4 Mbps using Fibre-to-the-Cabinet (FTTC). Or via ADSL the max is 7.5 Mbps. A big jump in … Continue reading
If the BT website (www.superfast-openreach.co.uk) is correct, parts of Little Bytham are now accepting orders for superfast broadband! If anyone does sign up for it. Please can you do a Internet speed test before and after getting superfast broadband. Then … Continue reading
Police hope a worldwide audience for a new TV documentary on the horrific murder of supermarket worker Alan Wood could help solve the case. Alan, 50, last seen alive at The Willoughby Arms, in Little Bytham, was tortured over some … 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