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West Lindsey District Council is continuing its proactive approach to the problem of illegal fly-tipping.
Caistor’s Cornhill area is open for business offering a truly local shopping experience.
Residents across West Lindsey are being urged to make sure they dispose of their waste correctly or they could be fined for fly-tipping.
Residents living on Haldane Street in the town took part in a ‘Love Your Street’ day organised by housing charity Acis Group on Friday 18 March.
West Lindsey District Council are encouraging all residents to think local when they start their Christmas shopping this year.
The Leader of West Lindsey District Council has called on residents of West Lindsey to visit their local market over the next two weeks, and participate in the nation-wide Love Your Local Market Campaign.
Market traders across West Lindsey will be able to apply for a new grant as part of plans to boost markets across the district.
Street Cleansing Operatives spent two days earlier this week litter picking on the verges off the A46 Lincoln bypass, collecting over 200 bags of rubbish in the process.