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 Evans, from the Church of St Medard and St Gildard, in Little Bytham in the south of the county, last night led prayed with her flock and reportedly said: “Dear Lord, we’ve had enough.”
Read more from the Lincolnshire Echo website.
Great news. It looks like theBythams area will be getting Notts TV after all!
They are currently doing tests on Freeview/YouView on 791/792.
When it goes live later this year, it will be available on Freeview/YouView channel 8.
Great news if you have Freeview HD or YouView. The BBC have launched HD version’s of CBBC and BBC Three.
These two extra HD channels are being broadcast from the Waltham transmitter.
CBBC HD can be found on channel number 73. BBC Three HD on channel number 105.
These channel’s will be followed by BBC Four HD, BBC News HD and CBeebies HD next year.
An entrepreneurial mother who set up her own pet-sitting business two years ago has seen demand grow at such an exceptional rate that she has recruited two apprentices.
Tracey Longmuir, who lives in Corby Glen, launched ISIS Pet Care to offer dog owners a service where their animals are looked after the way they would be at home.
Read more from the Grantham Journal website.
Police are appealing for witnesses after the post box on the outside of a farm premises in Castle Bytham was forced open, between 8am and 12.30pm on November 27.
Police said it is believed that the offender made at least two visits to the post box during that morning to try and retrieve letters from it.
Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.
When Tracey Longmuir began to buckle under the pressure of raising a child and coping with a relationship break-up, keeping her newly started dog walking and pet sitting business was tough going.
But the 38 year old refused to be beaten and pulled out all the stops to keep her business afloat.
Read more from the Bourne Local website.
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. NO SPARKLERS allowed.