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Clocks going back to affect part-night streetlights

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Lincolnshire County Council are reminding residents that when the clocks go back this will affect the timings of the county's part-night streetlights. The clocks will go back by one hour on Sunday 27th October, which will affect the 42,000 streetlights across the county that are normally switched off between midnight and 6am.


Gunby Roundabout set for night-time improvements

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Night-time resurfacing works to replace the worn-out road surface on each leg of Gunby Roundabout, along with a stretch of the eastbound A158, will start on Monday 9 September. The total programme of works is expected to last for eight weeks, subject to suitable weather conditions, with the works being carried out in phases.  The closures will be in place from 7pm to 6am, Monday to Friday.


Primary School Offers Out Now

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Offers of primary school places have been sent out to parents who applied to Lincolnshire County Council with the majority of children offered a place at a primary school of their choice this year. Along with the rest of the country, Lincolnshire has experienced high numbers of families wanting their children to start school in September. There are around 7,500 children wanting a school place this year...


Nominations are now open for the Good Citizens Awards 2019

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Nominations are now open across the county for you to nominate your Good Citizens of 2019. Across Lincolnshire, there are thousands of people going the extra mile to support individuals, groups and communities.  This might be done through raising money, looking after the environment or simply being a good neighbour, and Lincolnshire County Council want to hear about our local heroes.


Can you beat Gritty McGritface?

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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 ...


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