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Full Councils, Cabinets and Executive Boards across the South & East Lincolnshire Council Partnership have met and approved new ambitious priorities within the new joint Community Safety Strategy for 2022 to 2025.
Over 80 people attended the Love Lincolnshire Wolds Conference, representing businesses from across the Lincolnshire Wolds and surrounding area.
Almost 200 residents along the coastal strip of East Lindsey have benefitted from energy efficiency upgrades to their homes thanks to Government Green Homes Grants funding.
Press release issued by Embassy Theatre and Magna Vitae
Excitement is building for Festive Fabuloso, a free touring community celebration of lights, sounds and creativity, which kicks off this Friday in Horncastle.
The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership has reaffirmed its commitment to the Community Trigger process, which will come into effect today, Monday 28 November 2022.
People are being invited to find out more about the exciting multi-million-pound investment plans for Skegness and Mablethorpe at two events taking place this December.
A press release from the University of Lincoln
The Flood Innovation Centre is urging local businesses to take action to better protect their premises, employees and other assets against the risk of flooding by requesting a free flood survey and follow-up support before it's too late.
Councillor Tom Ashton, Portfolio Holder for Planning, has issued the following statement regarding the works taking place on land at Northfields in Louth:
A new Sustainable Products Policy has this week been adopted by the South & East Lincolnshire Council's Partnership.
The Love Lincolnshire Wolds Conference takes place on Tuesday 22 November at Market Rasen Racecourse.
Representatives from East Lindsey District Council and Lincolnshire Waste Partnership attended a tour around the paper separation plant where residents' paper and card is now being processed.
Residents are being asked for their views on the local Council Tax Support Scheme for 2023/24.
The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership is delighted to have been awarded National Portfolio Organisation status for the first time - securing just under £2m to support art, culture and creativity across the Partnership.
It is a shared space with Boston College UK launching a range of new adult learning courses
East Lindsey Markets have again joined a campaign to become Britain's Favourite Market.
East Lindsey District Council is delighted to be bringing Festive Fabuloso, a touring community celebration of lights, sounds and creativity, to five of the district's market towns this December.