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Sutton-on-Sea is all set for a busy summer of free family events and activities, as part of the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership's Arts Council England NPO project.
The development of 28 new homes for market sale have been recently completed on a previously abandoned housing site at Draycott Way, Chapel St Leonards.
The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership launched the programme for the second year of its Arts Council England National Portfolio Organisation this week, as part of the successful first-ever South & East Lincolnshire Cultural Conference.
Just under £150,000 has been released from East Lindsey's allocation of UK Shared Prosperity Funding (UKSPF) to award to community projects - in addition to an extra allocation of £250,000 from the East Lindsey Community Reserve.
Awards recognise and celebrate country's best beaches as international Blue Flag reaches its 37th year.
A press release from Connected Coast.
Fifteen new community orchards have been created across Boston, East Lindsey and South Holland thanks to the delivery of home energy efficiency upgrade works for residents in the sub-region.
Villages, parishes and market towns across East Lindsey now have access to further funding through the council's Corporate Priority Reserve which has been created as a result of the infrastructure for renewables.
A free celebration of Sutton-on-Sea's rich history and culture is set to take place this June, as part of the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership's Arts Council England NPO project.
The Lincolnshire Wolds Outdoor Festival returns this Saturday 11 May with an action-packed programme to celebrate the natural beauty of this special landscape.
A free two-day celebration of Sutton-on-Sea and its youth is taking place this upcoming May half-term at Meridale Youth and Community Centre on Wednesday 29 May, 10am to 4pm, and Thursday 30 May from 5pm to 8pm.
Press release issued by National Trust on 3 May 2024
The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership are set to bring forward a huge array of initiatives to support markets across the sub-region this summer, aiming to grow the profile of existing traders, support young market traders and increase market-related footfall in Boston, East Lindsey and South Holland.
The ever-popular Teenage Market will be returning to Horncastle on Saturday (4 May) from 9am to 3pm, providing young traders from the local area a unique opportunity to showcase their products and try market trading for free.
Just under £325,000 has been awarded to community projects and groups via a scheme which has been funded through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund and Rural Prosperity Fund, distributed by the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership.
A new South & East Lincolnshire Cultural Conference will take place for the first time this May, giving arts and heritage organisations and practitioners across the region the chance to network, share ideas and get involved in the launch of a new creative programme of work.
Could you or someone you know benefit from a warmer home and cheaper energy bills?
More than £1.8million has been awarded by the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership through the UK Shared Prosperity Fund to projects aimed at supporting residents into higher skilled, higher paid work.
A new energy advice and retrofit information service has officially been launched in East Lindsey - and it is coming to a community near you!