Bake for our Veterans

Mrs Margaret Winn of Colsterworth has launched our veterans tea & cake on the afternoon of Sunday 10th November 2019 in the White Lion. Margaret wanted to give something back to our Veterans in the way of a thank you.  Mrs Margaret Winn of Colsterworth has launched our veterans tea & cake on the afternoon of Sunday 10th November 2019 i...
We have launched a raffle of prizes which have been sourced locally from our village for our village and all in aid of our Festival of Remembrance. Brain child, Debi Heath French came up with the idea to support the event with a pot of money, going towards supporting the event happen. A donation to the Veterans Charity will be made from the proceed...
​The Poppy Ladies of Colsterworth got together today to carry on creating the lovely Weeping Poppy Wall which will take it's pride of place in the St John The Baptist Church, Colsterworth from the 1st weekend in October right up until Remembrance Day. Brain child, Mrs Jackie Taylor, came up with the idea and has gathered up so much support fro...
​There is a meeting being held with regards to the running and set up of our Festival of Remembrance Day at the White Lion on Sunday 1st September 2019 at 12:30hrs. We welcome ALL residents of our parish to attend and support in any way that you can. If you feel that you can offer some support & your time on the 10th November 2019 or you would ...
​Mr Morris Taylor ex Royal Air Force and of Colsterworth, is leading the remembrance of 101st Airbourne & 82nd Airborne Division who flew from North Witham Airfield, as the first who landed on D-Day. Their job was to light up the landing zones for those who would be landing on the beaches. The Pathfinders of the 101st Airborne Division led the ...
"Just a quick lay out, but the Poppy Wall is coming along. Enough to fill half of it and our lovey ladies are still knitting, we are sure it will look fantastic when it comes time to hang it. 👍 Thank you to the ladies for all hard work so far.  The Poppy Wall will be available to view from the 1st weekend in October 2019 at St John the Baptist...
 Photos courtesy of Mr Stuart Whitcombe
​Report by Tracey Davies - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. A commemorative bench has been unveiled in the grounds of the war memorial on Colsterworth High Street. The bench, which shows a silhouette of soldiers beside a field of poppies, was built and donated by Chris Kennedy, who made it at his Roll and Scroll workshop on Inner Street, Grantha...