Popular events in ‘dire straits’ as fund is cut

Community events in Caistor are in ‘dire straits’ after the town’s events committee failed to attract the funding they rely on.

The salvation Army centre in Market Rasen's John Street

Market Rasen Salvation Army set to celebrate 24 years service

Market Rasen’s Salvation Army is set to celebrate this month as they mark 24 years service to the town.

Chris and Tommy Haughey outside The Olive, which has relocated to the former Red Lion EMN-181206-102902001

Mediterranean success story for Rasen restaurant

A Market Rasen business, which began just 12 months ago, is relocating to larger premises to cope with demand.


Video: Kent to Caistor charity bike ride

A challenging cycle ride has brought in thousands of pounds in memory of Caistor man Andy French.
Contraflow and lane closures will remain in place 24 hours a day throughout the works.

Earthquake: did the ground move for you?

Following reports of a ‘rumbling’ in homes across the Market Rasen area last night (Saturday), the British Geological Society (BGS) has said an earthquake with a 3.9 magnitude struck Grimsby, with a depth of 18km (11 miles),

Steve Chatterton, John Lynskey, Sammy Asquith and Mark Reece will be heading south for the ride

From Kent to Caistor to help find CJD cure

A group of friends are heading out on the road to remember a Caistor man whose life was cut short by a rare brain disease.


Picture special: More than £1,500 raised by Market Rasen YFC at tractor run

Market Rasen Young Farmers held a charity tractor run on Sunday with 13 vintage and 32 modern tractors taking part in the event.


Picture special: A total of 123 runners headed out on the inaugural Rasen 5k run

They came from far and wide to take part in the Rasen 5K on Sunday.

Caistor Town Hall turns cinema next week

Curtain up on Caistor community cinema

Caistor’s much anticipated Community Cinema venture gets underway next week with a demonstration night in the town hall.


Video: Royal wedding at Tealby

The focus may be on Windsor for the royal wedding, but today (Friday) it all happened at Tealby.

Andy  Kirk is ready to head out on his Icelandic adventure. Photo: supplied

Rasen’s ‘Viking’ biker heads out on Icelandic run

A Market Rasen man is heading out on a lone motorcycle run to thank a school that has helped his children live independent lives.

Caistor Town Hall EMN-180905-161134001

Caistor council members reflect on past year

A year that began with one award and ended with another for Caistor Town Council was reviewed at the annual town meeting.

Sarah Peacock has been shortlisted for English Teacher of the Year

Rasen teacher in running for national award

A Market Rasen teacher has been shortlisted for a national award after inspiring her students to be the best they can be.

Juanita Downey has penned her first crime thriller EMN-180105-093020001

Cultural focus for Brookenby author’s debut

A volunteer at Caistor Arts and Heritage centre has put her skills to good use by writing her first novel.


Picture gallery: All for St George at Caistor Town Hall

Market Rasen Band and Caistor Male Voice Choir entertained the crowd in Caistor Town Hall at the annual St George’s Prom event on Saturday.


300 years of the WI celebrated in style with Calendar Girl Tricia

Three WIs have joined forces to celebrate 100 years of the Women’s Institute in the Market Rasen Area.

Caistor's Town Hall will be the setting for the first Community Cinema event

Big screen action set for Caistor Town Hall

Caistor’s community cinema is set to roll next month after hundreds of people came forward to support the project.

Organisers of the Wolds Women of Influence exhibition later this year in the court room of the Old Police Station EMN-181004-075921001

Influential exhibition builds heritage plan for Rasen

Market Rasen’s former magistrates court is set to become a centre for exhibitions, with two already planned for this year.

Dennis Cotton surrounded by staff members at The Poplars to mark his 20-years residency EMN-180904-172314001

Care home marks Dennis’s two decade Rasen residency

Staff and residents at the Poplars Care Home in Market Rasen were celebrating last week as one of their number notched up a landmark.

New Lion Steve Bunney was welcomed by president Gary Eastburn, sponsor Elizabeth Eastburn, Zone Chairman Ron Lyus and membership secretary Christine Goldring EMN-181004-083129001

Rasen Lions welcome new member

Market Rasen Lions Club has welcomed a new member into the pride.

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