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We have launched a new competition encouraging the area's high street businesses to show love for their high streets, take pride in their shop fronts, and commit to helping keep their town tidy.
Phase 2 of the Green Homes Grants is now open for applications in advance of the launch in July 2021.
RNLI lifeguards prepare return to service on Lincolnshire's beaches this weekend as a new study reveals around 30 million people plan to visit the UK coast this summer.
Councils across Lincolnshire share a vision that homelessness should be rare, brief and non-recurring
This week work has started on the development of a new Further Education College and Public Sector Hub on Horncastle's Mareham Road.
The Great British Spring Clean, from Keep Britain Tidy (KBT), returns this year from 28 May to 13 June 2021.
The beaches we manage at Skegness, Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea, have yet again been given an outstanding Blue Flag status.
A new incentive scheme has been launched to inspire new traders to take a stall at one of our council-run markets in East Lindsey.
We have agreed that Horncastle will benefit from the Government's High Street Task Force support, after being chosen as one of 70 local authorities to be included in the national programme.
Lincolnshire based, internet service provider, Lightspeed Broadband kick started its next generation full-fibre roll out in ten towns, across South Lincolnshire and West Norfolk today, including Boston, Bourne, Holbeach, King's Lynn and South Wootton, Long Sutton, Market Deeping, Skegness, Sleaford, Spalding and Stamford.
Ahead of the local elections taking place this May, we've issued a reminder to residents of the key dates in the lead up to polling day.
​​​​​​​Census 2021 is over - I've missed Census Day so I don't have to do it
Our markets in Spilsby, Horncastle and Louth are looking forward to welcoming all traders back from Monday 12th April
East Lindsey District Council have announced that their Green Home Grants Local Authority Delivery pilot scheme, initially targeted at properties in Mablethorpe and Skegness, is now open for applications.
The District Council has taken all vehicle fleet repairs and maintenance in-house with a workshop located in Louth from 1st April 2021.
A major Covid-19 community testing programme has been launched in East Lindsey to help combat Covid-19 transmission rates.
Residents are being urged to tell East Lindsey District Council if they are claiming council tax discounts they are no longer entitled to.
As lockdown easing begins, and the Easter weekend approaches, we're reiterating our call for care from those looking to travel to the area.
Restoration of a section of the former East Lincolnshire railway from Firsby to Louth could be a step closer thanks to a funding application that we recently submitted.
Bearing Fruit is our new community project which will see ten orchards planted across the District.