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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 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.
West Lindsey District Council is inviting bids from developers and investors to become a delivery partner for RAF Scampton.
Lea Fields Crematorium opened its doors to guests this weekend, giving them an opportunity to take an informal look around the facilities.
Meditrade is one of the leading manufacturers of healthcare products in Europe and they are looking to deliver a phased distribution centre of more than 25,000 square metres of new employment space including office accommodation.
Lea Fields Crematorium will be hosting an open day and offering people a tour of its facilities later this month.
Energy improvement grants totalling more than £1.3 million have been awarded to West Lindsey District Council in the last 18 months.
West Lindsey’s Environment and Sustainability Action Plan has been assessed in a study published by an independent environmental campaign group.
West Lindsey District Council is urging residents to start implementing small “Green” habits into their daily lifestyle during 2022 – to help play their part in tackling climate change.
A conservation specialist has now been appointed to deliver an innovative project to preserve the historic character of Market Rasen.