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Castle Bytham will run live sew-along on Christmas Day to help people who are lonely

A Castle Bytham woman will run a live sew-along free of charge today on Christmas Day.

Sewing superstar Debbie Shore will be broadcasting the sew-along on Facebook at 11am and then on YouTube at 2pm. It will include a quiz, prizes and an opportunity to chat for those who tune in.

Read more from the Stamford Mercury website.

Santa Claus spreads Christmas cheer in village near Grantham on horse and carriage

Santa Claus visited Castle Bytham on Sunday afternoon.

He rode to all the children of the village outside their homes and delivered a special gift on his two-horse open sleigh, provided by the Clever Coop Company at short notice.

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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.

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Shop opens during lockdown at the Castle Inn Pub in Castle Bytham

When Boris Johnson called time on pubs last month, one village inn’s landlords weren’t going to be left crying into their pints.

Instead, Will Stanton and Sue Farley, who run the Castle Inn at Castle Bytham, sprang into action to open a village store.

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Dog dies after picking up tennis ball in woods near Stamford, and several more fall ill

Police have this evening (Saturday) reported that several dogs have fallen ill and one has died after picking up a tennis ball in woods near Stamford.

In a statement made on its Facebook page, Grantham-based police are warning dog owners who take their dogs to Morkery Woods near Castle Bytham, and Twyford Woods near Colsterworth.

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Motor company Friendly Car People opens in Little Bytham

Two motor dealers are in the driving seat of a new business that has the mission to provide reliable used cars.

Having worked in the motor trade for a combined total of 35 years, Adam Mauderne and Mark Paton decided to use their experience to start their own business.

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