Food for Thought Evenings return starting 13th September

  This autumn we will start a new series of Food for Thought evenings. Each evening will comprise a Bring-And-Share meal followed by a talk by a guest speaker. On Wednesday 13th September, our first speaker will be the Rev. Jackie Wiegman, Chaplain at Peterborough Prison, who will talk about her work. Meetings will take… Read more »

In Conversation with David Lowndes, Photographer. At Castor Church 28th September

  A brand new series of interviews with extraordinary people in conversation with Stewart Francis starts from September at Castor Church. The series will feature both local and national figures, all of whom have made a very special contribution to local or national life. The first in the series takes place on Thursday 28th September… Read more »

Castor Church 200 Club – Latest Draw & Results

The winners of the July draw were:                        £15 Mr C Brown        £10 Mr R Dade          £5 Mr C Brown NEW MEMBERS ARE REQUIRED!!!! A number of former members have left or are leaving our community which means… Read more »

Five Parishes Journal (vol 2) now available…

SOME MORE LOCAL HISTORY:  You may know of the book “Five Parishes – Their People and Places” published in 2004 and its sequel, the Five Parishes Journal published in 2006. Both cover the history of this village and our neighbouring villages. The original book is out of print (though CD’s can be bought and the contents are all available on-line). Copies… Read more »

Website for St Kyneburgha Building Preservation Trust

The St Kyneburgha Building Preservation Trust now have a dedicated website – why not take a look for information regarding the activities of The Trust and planned events to support their work? 

Castor Church in Pictures

  Award winning photographer, Lester Milbank has taken photos of many events in Castor over the past 6 years. One of his Exhibitions can still be seen in St Kyneburgha Church.  All his photographs are now available to view, download or purchase a print with a third of all proceeds being donated to St Kyneburgha… Read more »