Hunter Trails Chairman Resigns

The present Chairman, Mr Bob Creasey, has let it be known that he wishes to stand down as Chairman of the Hunter Trials Committee, and his successor will be elected at the AGM.  Mr Creasey has nominated the vice-chairman, Mr David Yiend.  The other members of the committee have agreed to stand for a further year.  Any other nominations for either chairman or committee members should be given to the secretary, Mrs Caroline Lowes 01778 590461 by 12 June, prior to the AGM on 15 June 1995.

Little Bytham Village Fete 1995

Little Bytham Village Fete takes place on Sunday 18 June 1995 at The Old Rectory.  The fete is to be opened by Sandy Gall of News at Ten.  This years fete includes a gundog scurry, clay pigeon shoot (over £200 prizes), bungee run, swing boats, rifle shooting, bouncy castle, fairground organ, tombola, remote control boats on the lake, car boot sale, refreshments, self defence demo, cakes and produce and over 40 stalls and games.

The annual Grand Raffle draw will also take place with a first prize of a theatre night out for two in London including dinner at a West End restaurant or £50 cash, and a second prize of a theatre of your choice for two or £25 cash.  Bring the whole family.

Midsummer Fair Refreshments

From Tricia Robins …

I have volunteered to organise the refreshments to be served in the Village Hall for the Midsummer Fair.  This is to ask you for donations in the form f cakes, scones, quiches etc.  (Ingredients can also be provided)  I am also looking for those with a little time to spare on the day to help serve the refreshments.

Please ring me on 410092 or call at 42 Bytham Heights.  Messages left at the shop will, hopefully, also fnd me.

Music in Quiet Places

From the Glenside News (June 1995) …

We are fortunate that once again South Kesteven have chosen Castle Bytham church for one of their concerts in the Music in Quiet Places programme.  This will take place on Thursday 29 June at 7.30pm.  Music by Britten Sinfonia Ensemble includes work by Britten, Purcell, Malcolm Arnold, Oliver Knussen, Lennox Berkeley and Mozart.  Tickets are available from Castle Bytham Stores and Stamford Arts Centre.  These concerts are very popular, attracting people from a wide area.  When we had one two years ago in Castle Bytham people were waiting outside, hoping a seat would not be taken up.  The message is, ‘book early’.