Information and support regarding the cost of living crisis.
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.
Caistor’s Cornhill area is open for business offering a truly local shopping experience.
Lea Fields Crematorium opened its doors to guests this weekend, giving them an opportunity to take an informal look around the facilities.
Residents across West Lindsey are being urged to make sure they dispose of their waste correctly or they could be fined for fly-tipping.
Lea Fields Crematorium will be hosting an open day and offering people a tour of its facilities later this month.
“Driven, individually different, and there for the people.”
Those are the three main attributes that describe Cllr Jaime Oliver, according to the new District Councillor for the Nettleham ward.
West Lindsey District Council are encouraging all residents to think local when they start their Christmas shopping this year.
West Lindsey District Council elected a new deputy leader at last night’s virtual Council meeting.