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.

The world-famous Black Dyke Band will be leading a number of workshops before performing in Lincoln Cathedral

Rasen band in collaboration with one of the ‘big boys’ of brass

Market Rasen’s town band is joining forces with the most famous brass band in the world to boost music making in the county.

Treasures will be revealed in the Great Expectations project

Church festival success rolls out

The continuing success of the West Lindsey Churches Festival is leading to other areas taking up the gauntlet to celebrate the county’s historic buildings.

Trevor Guerin (centre) with staff members Sophie Clarke and James Cordell EMN-180326-100725001

Crowd-pleasing cafe opens doors in Rasen

An accomplished chef has proved his new venture was a real crowd-pleaser before he even opened the doors.

Sir Edward leigh presented certificates and badges to the hot-shot students, with Charlotte Overend (right) receiving the best shot award EMN-180319-091407001

On target for learning at Caistor Yarborough

Students at Caistor Yarborough Academy have been awarded for hitting the bull’s-eye when it comes to learning new skills.

Market Rasen Band members are celebrating their highest ranking in their 200-year history EMN-180319-120618001

Highest ranking in its 200-year history for Rasen band

Market Rasen Band is celebrating after gaining promotion to the second division for the first time in its 200-year history.

Sleeping Beauty is ready to take to the stage at Osgodby Village Hall. Cast members are picture with director Sue Masterman EMN-181203-104718001

Pantotime at Osgodby Village Hall

The tale of Sleeping Beauty will be told in Osgodby Village Hall this month.

Theatre and Comedy
Market Rasen station's first tenant Mandy Wilton shakes hands with  architect Ian Hind from Lindum. EMN-181203-175907001

Mandy brewing up new venture for Rasen station

Work on the renovation of Market Rasen’s station building is storming ahead and the first tenant has already signed up.

Keith Mallinson clearing the way for another car to escape the snowdrifts EMN-180503-154227001

They’re our heroes!

Farmers and community volunteers are being hailed as heroes after battling through last week’s snow to help those in need.

Ready to tackle mental health head on are, from left, Tom Rollinson, Lauren Shale, Archie Swain and Pippa Bradley  EMN-180226-161641001

Caistor students focus on mental health

A group of Caistor students is tackling issues surrounding mental health head on with a week of activities.

The Festival is one of two properties owned by the council and is central to the vision strategy EMN-180227-104553001

Positive start to Rasen’s town vision engagement

Market Rasen’s three-year vision strategy has got off to a flying start with a ‘positive’ meeting with stakeholder groups.

Caistor news

Caistor schools close

Snowy conditions have forced Caistor Schools to close
Head teacher Simon Porter.

‘Proud’ Rasen head is setting standard

From above national progress rates to being one of only two state schools in the country to debate in the House of Lords, De Aston’s ‘proud’ head teacher has praised the work of students and staff.

The retiring and continuing Caistor Goes... committee EMN-180216-213804001

Caistor Goes....full steam ahead with events plans

When the key member of an organisation is no longer there things can fall to pieces - but not in Caistor.


Picture Special: Launch of Market Rasen’s Noah’s Ark Group

A morning of animal encounters helped relaunch the mums and tots’ group which has met in Market Rasen Salvation Army centre since 2009.

Butcher Nick Bradley has gone back in time to wrap meat items in paper rather than plastic EMN-180802-140117001

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.

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