Information and support regarding the cost of living crisis.
At a time of escalated individual and community response, Lincolnshire’s significant caring contribution in supporting refugees over the years is being celebrated during Refugee Week.
The number of Ukrainian guests arriving into Lincolnshire homes doubled to just over 300 in the fortnight up to May 11.
Energy improvement grants totalling more than £1.3 million have been awarded to West Lindsey District Council in the last 18 months.
People from Ukraine are now settling into homes and communities in Lincolnshire, facilitated by a range of support mechanisms put in place by local councils, agencies, and community groups.
Lincolnshire is preparing to receive its first Ukrainian evacuees after hundreds of families reached out to offer sanctuary, safety and a warm welcome under the new Homes for Ukraine programme.
As the first stages get underway today (Friday, March 18 2022) in connecting would-be hosts with Ukrainian refugees seeking sanctuary in the UK, everyone seeking to offer help and assistance is asked to be patient as more detail on the resettlement process emerges.
West Lindsey’s Environment and Sustainability Action Plan has been assessed in a study published by an independent environmental campaign group.
Subscribers to the popular garden waste service will have the price of the collection fixed for the next two years.
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.
West Lindsey District Council has unanimously approved an Environment, Sustainability and Climate Change Strategy designed to ensure the authority meets its target of achieving a net-zero carbon position as a result of its operations by 2050 at the least.