Information and support regarding the cost of living crisis.
West Lindsey District Council have released its opening and closing times across the district, for a number of services ahead of the festive season 2021.
Work is continuing to take place along the Riverside, Gainsborough, to connect two sections of the footpath and create a continuous walkway from Morton to the Trent Bridge. This work has been ongoing throughout the Summer and Autumn period.
Families are invited to try their hand at the world’s largest drawing festival this September, at an art workshop organised as part of Gainsborough’s Townscape Heritage Initiative.
Chairman of the Council, Cllr Steve England, was recently invited for a tour of local animal welfare charity, Bransby Horses, following a £500 contribution to the organisation.
A local Gainsborough charity providing essential transport to local residents has become much more recognisable following the purchase of a new adapted vehicle.
Gainsborough MP Sir Edward Leigh was on hand to mark the start of works to develop new affordable homes in the town at an official groundbreaking ceremony.
Gainsborough residents may have noticed the sudden arrival of some new artwork appearing on local telecom boxes, warning of the dangers posed by loan sharks.
Tributes have been paid to a ‘highly esteemed’ former Council leader of West Lindsey District Council and County Councillor who has passed away.
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!
Exciting plans to create a ‘Thriving Gainsborough 2024’ have been submitted by West Lindsey District Council to the Government for a share of the Levelling Up Fund.