Rasen business leads plastic revolution

Plastic is a hot topic at the moment, with reports showing up to 12million tonnes of plastic waste end up in the sea each year.

Caistor Town Hall is thought to be the best location to get things started

Film nights at Caistor if funding found

A community cinema in Caistor could become a reality after an enthusiastic group of people turned out last night (Monday) to show their support for the project.

Market Rasen guides Liz Cook, left, and Toni Neale are heading to America to take part in the World Scout Jamboree EMN-180502-081307001

World class selection for Rasen teenagers

Two Market Rasen teenagers are crossing the Atlantic to take up a once-in-a-lifetime adventure with world-wide guiding.

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Trio present 1950s horror movie spoof at Tealby

A show inspired by the movies of the 1950s is set to delight the audience in Tealby Village Hall next week.

Theatre and Comedy
Nikki French, with Stevie and Elise at last year's big fundraising event

Caistor family cycling and walking for CJD Cure fund

A Caistor family is encouraging people to get out and about in support of two charities close to their hearts.


Possible £200k investment for town ‘vision’ in Rasen

A new ‘vision’ for Market Rasen could feature a £200k investment into the town to help economic growth.

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Breaking news: Paloma Faith at Rasen Racecourse

Brit-award winning singer Paloma Faith will be bringing her unique sound to Market Rasen this summer

Outgoing clerk Helen Pitman and new clerk Jim Hanrahan at the entrance to the newly created town clerk's office in Caistor Town hall EMN-180122-095425001

Town clerk signs off after eight years service to Caistor

Changes are afoot at Caistor Town Council, with a new clerk and a new permanent office open to residents.

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Date set for work to start on Rasen skatepark

After months of planning, work on Market Rasen’s new skate park is set to get underway.

Belated Christmas gift: Father Christmas shares good news of a HLF Stage 2 Grant with the Vicar of Caistor, Canon Ian Robinson and church wardens, Alan Saxton and Val Waddington EMN-180115-112939001

Second award for Caistor project

Caistor Parish Church is getting ready to raise the roof after getting confirmation of a £215,200 grant from the Heritage Lottery Fund.

Caistor news

Safety concerns over activity centre plan proposal at Caistor

Safety concerns have led Caistor Town Council to object to plans to create an outdoor activity centre and cafe on land off Nettleton Road.

Son Maxwell heads Storm Warning

Storm blowing in for Holton le Moor gig

This Sunday’s blues session at the Hope Tavern in Holton le Moor introduces five piece band Storm Warning.

The proposed site for the 50-home development in Market Rasen's Gainsborough Road

Council in bid to save Rasen’s green land

Market Rasen council has objected to a plan for a 50-home development in the town, saying they want to retain the land for the community.


Picture special: Tractors roll for annual charity run at Middle Rasen

Almost £900 was raised for Cancer Research UK on Sunday as the annual Middle Rasen tractor road run headed off on its rural route.


Video: Middle Rasen tractor road run

The annual charity road run in aid of Cancer Research UK headed out from the Nags Head at Middle Rasen.

Breaking News

Breaking news: £6.3million investment will see Market Rasen get new dry leisure centre

Market Rasen will benefit from a new dry leisure centre after West Lindsey District Council’s Corporate Policy and Resources Committee voted to support a £6.3million investment last night (Thursday).

The Rasen Mail's Caistor photographer, Linda Oxley, who has retired after 17 'snappy' years

Caistor photographer leaves life behind lens

After more than 15 years behind the camera, the Rasen Mail’s Caistor photographer has retired.

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Market Rasen pupils put on a Christmas show

There may not have been room in the inn, but neither was there room in Market Rasen Primary School hall as the Key Stage One pupils performed their Christmas production.

Firework safety

Take care with fireworks at New Year

Northern Powergrid, the company that keeps the lights on for 3.9 million homes and business across the region, is urging people to stay clear of overhead power lines and substations if they plan to set off fireworks to bring in the New Year.


Pictures: Runners and riders out for the annual charity sleigh race from Sixhills to Hainton

The annual sleigh ride from Sixhills to Hainton drew the crowds once more.

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