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More chickens dumped in the Wolds
Hundreds of chickens have been found dumped in the Lincolnshire Wolds over the last four weeks. Following recent fly tips of chicken carcasses, further dead chickens were found between Mavis Enderby and Raithby over the weekend of August 3 and 4.
ELBA 2019: Finalists in Focus
We now know who our finalists for the 2019 East Lindsey Business Awards are and for the next few weeks we're taking a closer look at some of the business who'll be hoping to be crowned winners.
Little Steeping man ordered to pay £5,550 after unlawfully felling protected tree
Magistrates have ordered a Little Steeping man to pay £5,550 after he removed a Beech tree that was protected by a Tree Preservation Order.
Councillors Community Grants
Our Councillors have been able to help members of their Wards and the community by awarding some much needed Community Grants recently.
District's favourite market trader crowned and finalists announced
The winners of our Favourite Market Trader Award have been announced, with all other finalists for the East Lindsey Business Awards also being revealed.
Councillors Community Grants
Our Councillors have been able to help members of their Wards and the community by awarding some much needed Community Grants recently.
Support for rough sleepers during heatwave
The heat can be particularly dangerous for people who are sleeping rough.
Alford pair found guilty of failing to comply with Enforcement Notice
A fine of over £1,000 has been handed to two Alford residents who failed to respond to an Enforcement Notice issued in relation to a fly tipping investigation.
Council writes to Lloyds Bank to express disappointment at announcement of Spilsby branch closure
We have written to Lloyds Bank to express disappointed at the planned closure of their Spilsby branch in November this year.
Council appoints Flood Recovery Link Worker to support communities affected by flooding
We have appointed an officer to ensure those impacted by the recent flooding receive access to the advice and support they need from both Council services and other agencies.