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Firefighters freed a casualty from a car after a road collision in Castle Bytham this morning (Sunday, November 22). Crews from Corby Glen and Grantham attended the crash on Morkery Lane which was reported just before 11am. Read more from … Continue reading
You can’t beat a REAL Christmas tree – and this year there’s plenty of choice to suit every pocket in Lincolnshire as the growers have produced a massive array of peaceful pines! There’s mainly artificial offerings in the supermarkets and … Continue reading
Earlier this month, pupils and staff of the Bythams Primary School started their daily running fitness club on a specially marked circuit in the school grounds with the aim of improving the health those in the school. The extra 15 … Continue reading
Anglian Water have apologised after residents in villages including Carlby, Essendine, Castle Bytham, Ryhall and Swayfield, were left without water earlier today. Sarah Dobson, Anglian Water spokesperson said: “Our teams were alerted to a burst water main on Borne Road, … Continue reading
A new documentary has focused on the brutal murder of Alan Wood as the sixth anniversary of his death draws close. The 50-year-old supermarket worker and gardener, described by a friend as “a kind, big cuddly teddy bear”, was found … Continue reading
The brutal murder of Alan Wood will be in the spotlight again in a major TV documentary on Sunday. Experts including Clive Driscoll, the retired Metropolitan Police senior officer who secured convictions for the 1993 murder of Stephen Lawrence, review … Continue reading
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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
Firefighters tackled a tractor on fire in a field in Little Bytham this afternoon (Sunday, August 9). Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.
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