Category: Midsummer Fair

Temporary road closure: Castle Bytham : 19 June 2016

Reason for closure: Midsummer Fair & Street Market

Location:
Pinfold Road
Castlegate
St Martins Lane
Heathcote Road
Glen Road (Castlegate to Water Lane)

Period of closure: 8:00am to 5:00pm on 19/o6/2016

Alternative route: Local diversion routes & access arrangements will be signposted.

For more road closures in the area check out twitter.com/hashtag/lincsccroadclosures?f=tweets&vertical=default

Get groovy at 1960s-themed Castle Bytham festival

Travel back in time and re-live the spirit of the 60s at this year’s Castle Bytham Midsummer Music Festival – a jam packed weekend of live music and entertainment in the heart of the village.

Following the success of 2014, Bythams Music is teaming up again with the Castle Bytham Fair Committee to put on another musical feast for this year’s festival.

Read more from the Grantham Journal website.

Castle Bytham Midsummer Fair 2011

Father’s Day Fun!

Castle Bytham, June 19th

Treat Dad to a great day out!

The Midsummer Fair in Castle Bytham will be packed with all sorts of exciting things for all the family. It’s THE place to be on Father’s Day!

Enjoy:

  • Armoured personnel carrier rides
  • Quad bikes and 4x4s
  • Classic car show
  • Kid’s games
  • Circus skills
  • Face painting
  • Archery
  • Street market with jewellery, plants, cakes, antiques and lots more
  • Lancaster bomber fly past
  • Dog show, duck race and tombola with valuable prizes
  • Music to suit all tastes, from local bands Saxophonia, Blues Volcano, Tourdion, Pennywise, Uninvited Guests and others
  • Delicious lunches and cream teas in the Village Hall
  • Hog roast and quality BBQ from Ian Broadbent, regional contestant on ITV’s Britain’s Best Dish
  • Beer tent
  • Excellent food and drink at the Castle and Fox & Hounds public houses

All this and…

FREE ENTRY and FREE PARKING!

Can you think of a better way to spend a special Sunday?
Castle Bytham Midsummer Fair is on Father’s Day, June 19th , from 9.00am to 4.30pm, with music continuing until 9.00pm

For more information go to www.midsummerfair.co.uk

 

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