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Lincolnshire County Council is inviting residents to help name the gritters that will be out and about on Lincolnshire's roads - can you do better than Gritty McGritface and Spread-ie Mercury? A number of counties have already come up with some great names for their gritters, but we're sure Lincolnshire can do better.Councillor Clio Perraton-Williams, Executive Support Councillor for...
Adverse weather continues to keep local schools closed with both King Edward VI Academy and Spilsby Primary announcing they will remain closed on Friday 2nd March. Spilsby Primary School states that the decision to remain closed on Friday is due to advice taken from a multi-agency team working across Lincolnshire and is to ensure the safety of staff and students alike.
Lincolnshire's 43 gritters have been out twice overnight as heavy snow affects the county. The team made their first run just after midnight and went out again at 3am. They are now gearing up for a third run.
Spilsby Primary School and King Edward Academy are among the local schools shut due to the adverse weather today (28 February). More snow is forecasted for today and it is still snowing at the time of writing (07:48). More updates here as available.
Boston has reacted the most negatively to street light changes in Lincolnshire, county councillors are set to be told at a meeting next Thursday. Although, 74 per cent of the 5,305 people county-wide who responded to a Lincolnshire County Council survey gathering opinion on the change said they felt a negative or extremely negative impact on their lives and area, this rose to 83.9 per cent in the Bosto...
Source: Boston Standard
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