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A free event highlighting employment opportunity, career guidance and training in the district took place earlier last week in Gainsborough.
A free event to highlight employment opportunities, career guidance and training in the district will take place next month.
On Sunday 31 July West Lindsey District Council held a Celebration of Life service at the Parish Church of St Thomas, Market Rasen, followed by a reception in Festival Hall.
A 19-year-old man from Gainsborough has been highly commended in the National Egg and Poultry Awards – thanks to the support from his employer, Noble Foods.
A Lincolnshire hospice and an emergency responder that support and help families in West Lindsey have both received a much-needed boost thanks to a special recycling scheme.
Lea Fields Crematorium opened its doors to guests this weekend, giving them an opportunity to take an informal look around the facilities.
Lea Fields Crematorium will be hosting an open day and offering people a tour of its facilities later this month.
New infection control measures, including the fitting of sensor taps and toilet flushes will be installed in public conveniences in Caistor, Gainsborough and Market Rasen.
The Census Engagement Manager for the West Lindsey area has set himself on a mission to make sure that every resident has the support they need to complete the 2021 census.
Residents in West Lindsey will be asked to take part in a piece of history this March, with households up and down the District being asked to complete the once-in-a-decade census, to determine exactly what and who makes up our streets.