Chance to be a mischief maker at Market Rasen Library

Market Rasen Library has joined forces with The Reading Agency to encourage children to get hooked on books by taking part in the annual Summer Reading Challenge.

Author Tony Trevor with his latest book, which takes a nostalgic look at the golden age of cinema in three Lincolnshire towns.

Lights, camera, action for Middle Rasen writer

Childhood memories of trips to the cinema with his father have led a Middle Rasen man writing his third book.

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Progress continues as Caistor school climbs in ratings

Caistor Yarborough Academy is on an exciting journey, continuing to go from strength to strength under the leadership of Mark Midgley and his new senior team.

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Sisters who saved mum’s life honoured

‘I’m so extremely proud of my girls. They are so brave’ says choking victim


Picture special: Caistor Sting under way

Around 700 runners headed out on this year's Brianplant Sting in the Tail 10k.


Picture special: Caistor Sting warm up

Before every run there should be a warm up


Picture special: Caistor Mini-Sting fun run

A great crowd of all ages turned out to run the Mini sting at Caistor today (Sunday)

Picture Gallery: Market Rasen Primary School summer fete fun in the sun

The sun shone down and the crowds turned out to support Market Rasen Primary School’s summer fete.


Open gardens delight as Caistor blooms

More than 20 gardens were on view at this year’s popular open gardens and scarecrow trail organised by Caistor in Bloom.

Happy trippers in the Welsh sunshine

WI members head to Wales

WI members from across the area joined the party from the Lincs North Federation heading to Wales for the organisation’s National Meeting.


Picture gallery: Rasen bric-a-brac market

Market Rasen Market Place came to life on Saturday as another of the popular bric-a-brac markets took place.


Run and shoot for charities at Nettleton

An annual running and shooting day at Nettleton has raised more than £2,000 for two of the county’s life-saving charities.

Jessie Boucherett was a campaigner for women's rights

Exhibition and ‘Equali-tea’ to mark suffrage at Rasen court

A new exhibition in Market Rasen will focus on a number of local women who have made their mark in history.

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Keen cyclists ready to get others out on two wheels

A Market Rasen couple are encouraging people to get out and about on two wheels and enjoy the countryside around them.

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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.

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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.

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