Category: Castle Bytham

2010 Christmas and New Year Opening Hours at The Castle Inn

All of the Opening and Food Service hours will remain the same throughout the festive season with the exception of …
Christmas Day … we will be open for Drinks from 12noon to 2pm only
Boxing Day … don’t forget to book your Boxing Day breakfast! 10am to 12noon for £6.95
The Inn will be closed on 4th, 5th and 6th January, reopening on Friday 7 January.
Call 01780 410504 to make a booking.

Police Appeal after Theft in Castle Bytham

Reproduced from the Rutland and Stamford Mercury website …

Thieves took a laptop, jewellery, digital camera and an iPod after breaking into a house in Station Road, Castle Bytham.

Police are appealing for information after the theft, which happened between 10.15am and 2.40pm on Tuesday. Thieves got into the house by forcing a back window.

Anyone with any information should call Stamford police station on 0300 111 0300

Book for Burns

From Sue Blunt …

Apologies in advance, we may not have even got Christmas out of the way yet, but we d like you to cast your minds forward to February, Saturday the 5th to be precise.
That’s the date to put in next year s diary for Castle Bytham’s biennial Burns Night Celebration.  And in the tradition of those that have gone before it, a great night out is guaranteed. Bodgers Mate will again be providing the musical entertainment and there ll be some special guest spots as well, plus a suitably Scottish-themed sing-along.

The reason for such early warning is that this event gets booked up very quickly  – in 2009 it was sold out nearly a month before the big day, to the consternation of many potential party-goers.  To avoid suffering a similar disappointment we suggest you get your tickets asap –  they are due to go on sale (priced at £14 each including a hearty supper) on December 1st and they ll be available from the Castle Bytham Village Stores, or you can ring (01780) 410957.  If you are planning to bring a party of up to ten it’s even more crucial that you book early to secure your own table.

Plans to build new homes get go-ahead

A series of housing developments have been given the go-ahead by district councillors.

South Kesteven District Council’s development control committee met on Tuesday and approved five developments in Bourne, Market Deeping, Deeping St James, Morton and Castle Bytham.

An outline proposal for 15 affordable developments in The Old Quarry in Castle Bytham was approved while the other applications were deferred until planning officers and the developers thrash out the details of their section 106 agreements, which are legal agreements in which the developer gives money towards improvements to facilities like schools and roads.

Read it on the Stamford Mercury website.

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