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Residents reminded to check their bin collections over Christmas and New Year

» East Lindsey District Council
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East Lindsey residents are being reminded to check their bin collection schedule for the Christmas and New Year period. For some households there will be a change in collection day, as is usual at this time of year. No collections will be made on Christmas Day, Boxing Day and New Year's Day.

Council confirms appointment of next Chief Executive

» East Lindsey District Council
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East Lindsey District Council has confirmed the appointment of Rob Barlow as Chief Executive. Rob Barlow, who has been the Council's Deputy Chief Executive since 2010, will take up the position with immediate effect.  Rob has been Joint Acting Chief Executive for the past two months and replaces Stuart Davy who retired from the Council in October.

Can you beat Gritty McGritface?

» Lincolnshire County Council
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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 ...

Spilsby set to kick off Christmas season

» Events
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Spilsby will be kicking off its' Christmas season with its' "Once Upon a Christmas in Spilsby" event. The festivities begin with Spilsby Rotary's Cracker Day from 10am to 2pm in the Franklin Hall.

Remains of Anglo-Saxon cemetery discovered near Spilsby

» History
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Archaeologists from the University of Sheffield have uncovered a previously unknown Anglo-Saxon cemetery near Spilsby. Excavations have revealed more than 20 burials at the extraordinary cemetery in the Lincolnshire Wolds dating back to the late fifth to mid sixth centuries AD.

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