Photograph of St Stephen's Church, Careby

St Stephen's Church, Careby

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Careby, Aunby and Holywell residents:

Alas our Treasurer is moving next month.

The role needs to be filled!

It’s not very onerous given the size of our precept.

However we also need someone to look after our web site, which is again straight-forward.

Please would anyone with a little bit of spare time and would enjoy becoming more involved in our community contact the  Chairman Clive Disdale on cdisdale@hotmail.com;

Dick Turpin on richardturpin@waitrose.com,

 or Tim Cooper-Jones on t.cooperjones@btinternet.com or call Tim on 01780411291.

Careby with Aunby and Holywell is a rural parish of about 150 people, with around 60 households, living in the three hamlets in the beautiful South Lincolnshire countryside about 6 miles north of the market town of Stamford.

The parish has existed for hundreds of years as a farming community and its properties are largely built from locally quarried limestone.
It is believed that Careby was given its name by the Danes who had a settlement alongside the River Glen 1000 years ago.
It is a parish of valleys, rivers and woodland and is divided by the East Coast mainline railway linking London to Edinburgh and the north-east of England.
It has a lovely old church, St Stephens, that dates back to the 13th century, and a pub, the Willoughby Arms, which was built in 1853 as booking office and waiting room for the private railway which in those days was owned by Lord Willoughby of Grimsthorpe.