Information and support regarding the cost of living crisis.
Local residents are being asked to come along to Gainsborough Library for an illustrated talk on the exciting progress of Gainsborough’s Townscape Heritage projects.
West Lindsey District Council has taken a huge step forward as it pushes ahead to build Gainsborough’s first multiplex cinema.
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.
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.
St Andrew’s Children’s Hospice has received a £10,000 charitable donation from Lea Fields Crematorium to provide much needed care and support.
Families, locals, tourists, dancers and even a police officer from the 1850s were just some of the attendees at the Merrye Olde Market on Saturday.
The team behind the Townscape Heritage Initiative are set to launch the first West Lindsey event of the summer this Saturday – the Merrye Olde Market!
The Gainsborough Townscape Heritage Initiative would like to invite your pupils to take part in an exciting historic hat competition to be judged on Saturday 26 June at a fun-filled public event called the ‘Merrye Olde Market of Lord Street’.
Work has started on the creation of a new Garden of Remembrance at Lea Fields Crematorium in West Lindsey.
Lea Fields Crematorium has been awarded with a highly-regarded Civic Trust Award.