Sign up for the West Pinchbeck Voice

Rosie Hobby, Ben Hilton, Paige Godfrey, Jamie Birks, Kira Newton and Ben Hayward at the harvest tombola at West Pinchbeck Primary School. SG 051009-114TW

Rosie Hobby, Ben Hilton, Paige Godfrey, Jamie Birks, Kira Newton and Ben Hayward at the harvest tombola at West Pinchbeck Primary School. SG 051009-114TW

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Martyn Glencross would like as many people as possible living in West Pinchbeck to join up to his new Facebook page, the West Pinchbeck Voice.

He feels confident it will take off – just a day after launching it ten people had signed up and people Martyn speaks to are responding positively.

Some have already posted pictures of their children dressed up for World Book Day, but the site could prove useful for all kinds of things.

Martyn says: “It is a page for all the villagers to post their old stories and pictures of the lovely village.

“It will have other benefits for the locals though. For example, if a villager loses their dog then they can post a message on the page and it might mean the difference between getting their pet back or not.

“People can post what they want so long as it is to do with the village. All I ask is that it is not abusive or the person will be removed.

“The only criteria is people must live in West Pinchbeck to be added.”

Martyn will administer the site to keep an eye on content, but is already planning to upload some of his own photographs of local scenes.