Category: Little Bytham

Anglian Water tells customers in Castle Bytham, Little Bytham Toft, Witham on the Hill, Carlby, Corby Glen and Grimsthorpe to boil water before use

Anglian Water is advising villagers to boil their tap water and leave it to cool before using it for drinking, cooking, preparing and food and brushing water.

The advice affects villagers in Castle Bytham, Little Bytham, Toft, Witham on the Hill, Carlby, Corby Glen, Grimsthorpe and the surrounding areas.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

The Spinney at Little Bytham announces £150,000 refurbishment plans as it celebrates 20 years

A woodland play space is celebrating 20 years and a major £150,000 refurbishment is planned.

The Bythams Woodland Trust (BWT), which oversees The Spinney in Little Bytham, is proposing to carry out the refurbishments on play equipment “which really needs to be replaced”, as stated in the plan.

Read more from the Grantham Journal website.

Three-week long road closures planned near A1

Three-week long roadworks are set to start on the main route through a Lincolnshire village by the A1 in mid-April. Resurfacing and patching works are planned for two points around the village of Little Bytham, near Stamford.

From Wednesday, 13 April until 14 Thursday, April 2022, the high street from the village hall to the B1176 Station Road junction will be closed. The second phase, on the stretch between Holywell Road and New Estate, will last almost three weeks from Thursday, April 19 until Monday, May 9.

Read more from the Lincolnshire Live website.

Rasell’s Nurseries in Little Bytham named ‘glorious’ by the Sunday Times

A garden centre has been named as one of the most ‘glorious’ by the Sunday Times.

Rasell’s Nurseries in Little Bytham has been recognised as one of 30 ‘Glorious Garden Centres’ from across the country.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

Chris Benn, South Kesteven District Councillor for Castle Bytham and Little Bytham resigns on health grounds

South Kesteven District Councillor Chris Benn has resigned from his position today (June 15) with immediate effect.

Coun Benn, who represents Glen ward, has resigned on health grounds.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.


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!