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East Lindsey Markets have joined a campaign to become Britain's Favourite Market.
East Lindsey District Council and Boston Borough Council's Building Control Team have been accredited certified Quality Standards.
The Government recently announced that an additional £65 million will be made available to local authorities in 2021/22 through the Homelessness Prevention Grant to support local authorities to help vulnerable households with rent arrears to reduce the risk of them being evicted and becoming homeless.
A public consultation will open on Wednesday 10th November to ask for the public's views on the new draft Climate Strategy.
Householders are being advised to take care when cold called by companies offering insulation.
The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership - Boston Borough, East Lindsey District and South Holland District Councils - has welcomed the news that Lincolnshire County Council has been awarded over £19.5m through the Government's Levelling Up Fund for improvements to the A16 corridor.
East Lindsey District Council are advising residents to notify their community if they plan on letting off fireworks this autumn, to minimise the impact on animals, livestock, and vulnerable people.
We're delighted to be bringing Festive Fabuloso, a spectacular Christmas celebration, to towns across the district this December.
You could get £140 off your electricity bill for the forthcoming winter under the Warm Homes Discount Scheme if you are on a low income, you receive certain means-tested benefits and your energy supplier is part of the scheme. But you need to apply now!
It was with great shock and sadness that we heard the news last Friday of the death of Sir David Amess MP.
Working with our partners, we have arranged a feast of family fun for towns across the District this October half term.
Our markets are an important focal point for our local communities. As part of Love Your Local Market, a two-week long campaign running from 16th to 30th October celebrating the important role markets play, East Lindsey District Council will be once again running The Districts Favourite Market Trader 2021 competition at participating markets - Louth, Horncastle, Spilsby, Wainfleet All Saints, Mablethorpe and Alford.
Three councils have today (Friday 1 October) - Lincolnshire Day - officially launched a new Partnership aimed at delivering ambitious growth and regeneration plans to 300,000 of its residents.
Important tree works are due to begin at Coronation Walk and Vine Walk woodlands in Skegness from October 2021 due to a serious fungal disease. This disease is wind spread and is expected to kill the majority of the ash trees in Britain and is called 'Ash Dieback'.
Lincolnshire Police's new road safety campaign will urge drivers to "Belt up. Hang up. Ease up." every time they step inside their vehicle.
The award-winning Destination Management Organisation (DMO) known as Visit Lincoln has announced its plans to relaunch its support for the Visitor Economy under a new name Destination Lincolnshire.
East Lindsey District Council is proud to 'Step It Up' this Recycle Week in the biggest and best Recycle Week ever. Recycle Now and East Lindsey District Council are asking residents to 'Step It Up' in the fight against climate change and take action to protect our environment through even better recycling habits.
Our Healthy You, Healthy Business programme, designed to support high street businesses, is now being rolled out in Horncastle.
We're bringing a series of roadshows to market towns across the district to promote our Vital and Viable programme.
British Food Fortnight 2021 is running between Saturday 18th September and Sunday 3rd October 2021.