Author: Gordon

Clap For Our Carers again tonight at 8pm

Clap For Our CarersTonight will see theBythams area come together once again as part of the Clap For Our Carers campaign, recognising the efforts of the NHS workers fighting the coronavirus pandemic every day.

Clap For Our Carers is now taking place on a weekly basis. So let’s all join in make it even bigger than last week!

Need to keep updated?

Need to keep updated, with everything that is going on in and around theBythams area. Please follow these on Facebook…

If we have missed any, please do let us know!

Notice from Glenside Country Practice : 25-Mar-2020

Notice from the Glenside Country Practice posted on 25th March 2020.

“Please do not come into our surgeries unless it is absolutely necessary.

💊 You are still allowed to come in to collect your medications, but only if you are fit and well 💊

If you have a high temperature, fever, persistent cough or cold and flu like symptoms, please stay at home.”

Dog dies after picking up tennis ball in woods near Stamford, and several more fall ill

Police have this evening (Saturday) reported that several dogs have fallen ill and one has died after picking up a tennis ball in woods near Stamford.

In a statement made on its Facebook page, Grantham-based police are warning dog owners who take their dogs to Morkery Woods near Castle Bytham, and Twyford Woods near Colsterworth.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

The new Lincoln LNER Azuma service is a 👍

Got the say that the new Lincoln LNER Azuma service is a 👍 from us at theBythams. Used it for the very first time on Tuesday.

It’s so much faster than having to change at Sleaford, when using East Midlands Railway. Which use to take around 1 hour 20 mins, sometimes even longer.

The new service via Newark North Gate, only takes around 43 minutes.

So can’t wait, till the Saturday and Sunday service, starts in December, just in time for the Lincoln Christmas Market.

If you have used the new service, please do comment and let us know, what you think!!

Friends of Alan Wood remember him with a pint and a packet of Mini Cheddars at his local pub

Alan Wood was killed in his Lound bungalow on October 23, 2009, and colleagues and friends from where he used to work at Sainsbury’s in Bourne gathered at a special reunion at the Willoughby Arms pub in Little Bytham tonight (Wednesday, March 23).

They were joined by his younger sisters, Janice and Sylvia.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

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