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Congratulations to seven-year-old Braydon Wickson who is the first winner of our newly created treasure hunt aimed at engaging people in the history of Gainsborough.
A successful recruitment initiative in Gainsborough has resulted in a number of job seekers gaining employment within the town’s newest business. The Caldero Lounge in Marshall's Yard officially opened its doors on 8 December 2021 to over 150 special guests.
The traces left by the people known as the Pilgrims in Nottinghamshire, Lincolnshire and South Yorkshire are fleeting but often intriguing.
St Andrew’s Children’s Hospice has received a £10,000 charitable donation from Lea Fields Crematorium to provide much needed care and support.
Councils across Lincolnshire share a vision that homelessness should be rare, brief and non-recurring:
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.
That is the message from Celia Chapman and Trudi Hayes who have both qualified as Crematorium officers this month.
St Barnabas Hospice has received a £10,000 charitable donation from Lea Fields Crematorium in West Lindsey.
Gainsborough's new crematorium has now completed more than 350 services, supporting countless local businesses and bereaved families since its opening in January 2020.