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The launch of the COVID-19 autumn booster has got off to a good start in Lincolnshire, with 27,498 booster vaccinations given (as of 21 September), however, the NHS is keen to encourage everyone eligible to keep coming forwards as soon as possible.
On the same week that a closure parade was held at RAF Scampton to celebrate the rich history of the base, West Lindsey District Council has reaffirmed its commitment to the community.
Visitors to Claxby can now find out more about this historical village thanks to new and updated posters produced by West Lindsey District Council.
Residents living on Haldane Street in the town took part in a ‘Love Your Street’ day organised by housing charity Acis Group on Friday 18 March.
As part of urgent work to improve the mental health crisis care offered in Lincolnshire, and in our local communities, Gainsborough and Grantham have today joined the Night Light Café family and will be closely followed by Spalding, set to open next week.
A new programme to attract shoppers back to the High Street by harnessing digital technology has been launched in West Lindsey.
The traces left by the people known as the Pilgrims in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire are fleeting but often intriguing.
Residents and families living at Hemswell Cliff now have access to a newly-refurbished play park, as part of a continued drive to re-invest in the local area.
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.
New trees and planters have been installed in Gainsborough Town Centre to kick start improvements aimed at transforming our historic market place.