Parish News

The latest from around the Parish.

Lincolnshire's Police and Crime Commissioner Annual Report 2017/18

Marc Jones has published  his annual report and a copy can be found below on this page.


The next Caythorpe and Frieston Parish Council Meeting will be held on Wednesday 18th July 2018 in Caythorpe Village Hall and members of the public are invited to attend.  The agenda for this meeting is attached below.

There will be a short public forum before the council meeting proper which will begin at 7.15 pm. Members of the public may ask questions of or make short statements to the council during this forum.  Should the forum last less than 15 minutes, the Parish Council Meeting will begin at that time


The General Data Protection Regulation, known as GDPR becomes effective from 25th May 2018.  Please go to the Legal Documents section of this Website for additional information.

Rural Crime

Following the recent Rural Overview and Scrutiny Committee meeting, Superintendent Mark Housley, from Lincolnshire Police has issued a copy of the Lincolnshire Police Rural Community Safety Strategy document. (See attached file for more information)

Please find attached the latest copy of our rural crime newsletter.

This is produced bi-monthly and this edition focuses on Operation Galileo, our operation to tackle hare coursing.  This is currently circulated to all Lincolnshire members of the National Farmers Union and the Countryside Land and Business Association.

Fairer Funding for Lincolnshire

Caythorpe and Frieston Parish Council are joining other councils in Lincolnshire to campaign for a fairer funding deal for our area.  If councils here received the average funding for the council areas in England the region would benefit from £116 million extra funding for service every year.

This could help pay for new infrastructure and valued council services.  For example £116 million could pay for a bypass scheme, improvements to key roads, fibre broadband for all businesses and more, every year.

Councils in Lincolnshire have seen huge cuts to their Government funding and the cost of providing services is increasing.  Council leaders are meeting with local MPs and government ministers to set out the case strongly for a fair deal for Lincolnshire.

You can help Lincolnshire councils get more money for your local services by contacting your MP and joining the campaign for fair funding at

25/01/18 Update - Attached to this page is further correspondence from Cllr Martin Hill, Leader of Lincolnshire County Council, regarding the Fairer Funding Deal for Lincolnshire campaign.

Local Planning

Details of local planning applications can now be found in the planning section of this website.