Information and support regarding the cost of living crisis.
West Lindsey District Council was delighted to welcome officials from the UK’s The National Lottery Heritage Fund to see first-hand the work taking place.
The launch of the COVID-19 autumn booster has got off to a good start in Lincolnshire, with 27,498 booster vaccinations given (as of 21 September), however, the NHS is keen to encourage everyone eligible to keep coming forwards as soon as possible.
Exciting plans to create a new pocket park, improve green spaces and the market place are currently being developed as part of Gainsborough’s town centre regeneration programme.
Grab your walking shoes and head over to the riverside in Gainsborough to explore a much-welcomed and improved walkway.
As part of urgent work to improve the mental health crisis care offered in Lincolnshire, and in our local communities, Gainsborough and Grantham have today joined the Night Light Café family and will be closely followed by Spalding, set to open next week.
Caistor’s popular Market Place will benefit from new street furniture and new equipment for the market to support stall holders.
Shoppers in Market Rasen will benefit from a new seating area in the Market Place as well as new bins, street planters and hanging baskets to make it as inviting and welcoming as possible.
New trees and planters have been installed in Gainsborough Town Centre to kick start improvements aimed at transforming our historic market place.
West Lindsey District Council has successfully been awarded £10 million from Central Government, as part of the “Levelling up” programme, it was announced in yesterday’s Comprehensive Spending Review.
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.