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East Lindsey Business Awards: Past winners in focus
We're continuing our catch up with past East Lindsey Business Awards winners, this week it's the turn of Hunts Coaches who took home the Independent Retailer of the Year Award last year.
Last chance for traders to get involved in Louth's Teenage Market
Stalls are filling up fast and there are just a few spaces left for traders wanting to get involved when the Lincoln Teenage Market comes to Louth this May.
Challenges affecting East Lindsey's coastal towns highlighted in national report
Challenges affecting East Lindsey's coastal towns have been highlighted in a House of Lords Select Committee report.
East Lindsey Business Awards: Past winners in focus
Our catch up with past East Lindsey Business Awards continues and this week we're taking a look at Turtle Tots North Lincs and their Director, Nicolle Herrington who won the Young Business Owner of the Year Award in 2018
Car Parking Permits Go Virtual
FROM April 1, 2019 East Lindsey District Council will be introducing a virtual car parking permit scheme to replace the current windscreen permit.
Fairy Dell registered as Asset of Community Value
THE Fairy Dell in Skegness has today (2 April) been designated as an Asset of Community Value.
Creating an Age-friendly Community Together
Community Lincs' T.E.D. Ageing Better in East Lindsey programme and East Lindsey District Council (ELDC) have formed a unique partnership; they will be working together towards achieving Age-friendly Community status for the East Lindsey District as recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) Global Network for Age-friendly Cities and Communities.
District Council secures over £140,000 of Government funding to tackle Rough Sleeping
EAST Lindsey District Council has been awarded £142,813 from the Government's Rough Sleeping Initiative, which will be used to prevent and tackle rough sleeping across the District.
East Lindsey Business Awards: Past winners in focus
With nominations for the 2019 East Lindsey Business Awards now open, over the next few weeks we're catching up with some past winners to find out how winning in 2018 impacted their business.
Restaurant owner from Skegness handed suspended prison sentence for multiple safety breaches
THE owner of an Indian Restaurant in Skegness has been handed a suspended sentence for a health and safety offence and ordered to pay costs totalling £2,577.83 for multiple food hygiene offences.