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Five year fight to return Castle Bytham shop ends

Castle Bytham will soon have its own shop for the first time in more than five years.

A community-owned company that will run the venture has gained planning approval from South Kesteven District Council for a simpler and cheaper design for the building on land opposite 39 and 41 Station Road, by the site of a former quarry.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

Plenty of fun in the sun at Castle Bytham’s popular festival

Visitors to Castle Bytham’s two-day festival at the weekend were treated to plenty of fun in the summer sun thanks to a host of activities and events on the go.

Entertainment at the Castle Bytham Midsummer Festival came in the form of an off road trail run, Historic Village Walk, a parade of decorated wheelbarrows and plenty of live music performances on two stages across both Saturday and Sunday.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

Person airlifted to hospital after serious two-car crash near Grantham

Three people have been rushed to hospital following a two-car crash near Grantham.

One patient was flown to Peterborough by air ambulance and two others were taken to Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham by land ambulance yesterday, Friday, June 22.

Read more from the Lincolnshire Live website.

Little Bytham teenager lands top photographic awards

A Little Bytham teenager is celebrating after winning a prestigious photography competition.

Thea Revell, 13, won the area Rotary Young Photographer competition after her three pictures from this year’s cold spell impressed judges.

This saw her progress through to the district competition, which covers Leicestershire, Lincolnshire, Northamptonshire and part of Cambridgeshire, which she also won.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

Changes to waste collections in South Kesteven over Christmas period

SKDC logoWaste collections will take place a day later over the festive period in South Kesteven.

This means there will be no bin collections on Boxing Day or Monday, January 2 and all collections will be 24 hours later than normal each day during the two weeks.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

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