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Council Leader publishes open letter to residents and businesses following Bank Holiday Weekend
The Leader of East Lindsey District Council, Councillor Craig Leyland, has published an open letter to residents and the business community following the Bank Holiday weekend.
Destination video encourages people to Stay Safe and Save Lives
A new destination video has been released asking people to stay safe and save lives as the Coronavirus lockdown begins to ease.
Councillors' Community Grants
Councillors have recently supported their communities by awarding the following grants:
District Council continues to urge visitors to stay away from the Lincolnshire Wolds and Coast
EAST Lindsey District Council has asked visitors not to rush to the Lincolnshire Wolds and Coast following the Government's updated travel advice.
Boston Borough and East Lindsey Councils consider strategic alliance to save millions and invest in economic growth)
An ambitious plan to form a strategic alliance between Boston Borough Council and East Lindsey District Council will be considered by Councillors from both Authorities over the coming weeks.
More than £36.4m distributed but still businesses yet to claim
There is around £30.1m still to be claimed through the Government's Coronavirus business grant schemes, and we are encouraging eligible businesses in the district to come forward.
Relaxation of dog restriction areas during lockdown
During the period of official lockdown of COVID19, East Lindsey District Council will relax the rules on where dogs are walked to enable people to stay local.
East Lindsey District Council and Magna Vitae join forces to support communities during COVID 19
A support leaflet and dedicated website for residents in East Lindsey have been produced by East Lindsey District Council in partnership with Magna Vitae as part of the response to COVID 19.
Councillors' Community Grants
Councillors have supported their communities by awarding a number of grants recently.
Over £8m distributed to East Lindsey businesses so far, with more to come
Over £8m of Government funding has so far been paid to businesses in East Lindsey, with millions more to be distributed over the coming days.