District councils in Lincolnshire have welcomed the news that Central Government supports their long-standing view that "now is not the right time" for local government reorganisation in the county.
We've recently announced details of our plans to bring some Christmas cheer to four of the districts market towns this December - and we're asking for your help to make it happen.
Businesses on the coast can now apply to extend the season after we formally signed off the Coastal Local Development Order (LDO) on October 9, 2020.
PEOPLE celebrating Bonfire Night at home this year who plan on letting off fireworks are being asked to notify their community in order to minimise the impact on animals, livestock and vulnerable people.
EAST Lindsey District Council's Executive Board has agreed to transfer three assets to Burgh le Marsh Town Council, giving the Town Council greater control over how they are operated for the benefit of the community.
A new initiative, designed to promote and champion our town centres as safe places to shop and visit, launches this month. Shop Local, Stay Safe, Be Kind aims to encourage residents and visitors alike to safely rediscover the district's market towns.