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Pilot, 73, escapes with cuts and bruises

A 73-year-old man has miraculously escaped with cuts and bruises after his light aircraft crashed through the roof of a bungalow in Lincolnshire.

The pilot of the small aeroplane had to be freed from the wreckage by emergency crews after his aircraft came down on the farm building outside Castle Bytham, south of Grantham, just after 2pm.

Read more from the Daily Mail website.

Celebrate 10 years of The Spinney in Little Bytham

A 10th anniversary celebration takes place at The Spinney in Little Bytham tomorrow (Saturday).

The woodland area was revamped by The Bythams Woodland Trust and includes swings, a zipwire, seesaws, a wooden playhouse, treetop lookout and a campfire pit.

Read more from the Rutland Times website.

Lincolnshire villages could lose mobile libraries

Many village residents could lose their mobile library services if county council proposals are approved following a consultation.

Lincolnshire County Council needs to cut £2m from its annual £6m library budget by 2015.

It has launched a consultation on proposals to revamp the entire library system, with mobile services included.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

 

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BMX and mountain bike event at motor cross track near Witham on the Hill

A MOTOR cross track is diversifying its uses by opening up the course to pedal powered riders.

Enduro UK, located between Witham on the Hill and Castle Bytham, is inviting mountain bike and BMX riders to a track day on September 22.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

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