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Census 2021 myth buster - 11 things you think you know about the census but you're wrong
​​​​​​​Census 2021 is over - I've missed Census Day so I don't have to do it
Spilsby, Horncastle and Louth Markets ready to re-open from Monday
Our markets in Spilsby, Horncastle and Louth are looking forward to welcoming all traders back from Monday 12th April
District Council's Green Homes pilot scheme opens
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.
East Lindsey District Council switch to in-house fleet maintenance
The District Council has taken all vehicle fleet repairs and maintenance in-house with a workshop located in Louth from 1st April 2021.
East Lindsey Frontline workers encouraged to access testing even if they have no Covid-19 systems
A major Covid-19 community testing programme has been launched in East Lindsey to help combat Covid-19 transmission rates.
Council Tax Single Person Discount Review
Residents are being urged to tell East Lindsey District Council if they are claiming council tax discounts they are no longer entitled to.
District Council reiterate call for Care
As lockdown easing begins, and the Easter weekend approaches, we're reiterating our call for care from those looking to travel to the area.
Funding application brings hope for railway restoration
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.
Community orchards to be planted across East Lindsey
Bearing Fruit is our new community project which will see ten orchards planted across the District.
Census day is nearly here
With March 21 just around the corner, Census 2021 is in full swing in East Lindsey.
Louth Food business operator banned for food hygiene offences
The owner of a Louth takeaway has been fined and banned from managing a food business after admitting to a number of food hygiene offences.
Online Briefing for Local Election Candidates and Agents
Individuals interested in standing for election are invited to attend an online briefing session provided by our Returning Officer.
Outdoor Festival postponed until 2022
The organisers behind the upcoming Lincolnshire Wolds Outdoor Festival have announced that the inaugural event, originally set to take place this May, has now been postponed until 2022.
Economic Recovery at the heart of 2021/22 budget
Council have approved our 2021/22 budget, which focusses on supporting the District's economic recovery from the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic.
£2.2m secured to reduce East Lindsey's Carbon Footprint and help address fuel poverty
We have secured £2.2million from the Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to implement a programme aimed at assisting homeowners and landlords to make improvements to the energy efficiency of their properties.
Skegness and Mablethorpe secure Town Deal worth £48.4 Million
The two towns on the Lincolnshire Coast are looking forward to an exciting future after receiving the news they are to be offered millions of pounds from the Government's Towns Fund scheme.
Call for Care from would-be visitors to East Lincolnshire
Ahead of the planned easing of lockdown measures, and an anticipated increase in visitors, we will be launching a new campaign calling for potential visitors to 'Care...' for East Lincolnshire.
Affordable Housing developments are on track to help local people
A property funded from the Community Led Housing scheme has reached completion and is providing a local family much needed suitable accommodation.
Protecting Lincolnshire's local heritage
A new project is underway to help protect Lincolnshire's local heritage.
Working together to deliver a successful Census 2021
We're working with the Office for National Statistics - which runs Census 2021 - to deliver a successful census and help local services to fully meet future needs.