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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.
Lea Fields Crematorium opened its doors to guests this weekend, giving them an opportunity to take an informal look around the facilities.
Lea Fields Crematorium will be hosting an open day and offering people a tour of its facilities later this month.
Two stores identified as selling illegal cigarettes in Gainsborough have been raided and seizures made at both premises.
Officers from both West Lindsey District Council and Lincolnshire Police are teaming up to target fly tippers and illegal waste carriers in the district.
A project to install intelligent CCTV, which allows police to “search” footage, is underway after a successful bid for Government funding.
Drivers are being asked to “bump” up their commitment to safer driving by displaying a #SlowDownInLincolnshire bumper sticker on their vehicle as part of a new road safety campaign by Lincolnshire Police.
Councillors have unanimously agreed planning permission to alter and extend part of a historic Victorian building in the heart of Dunholme.