Food businesses are being offered the opportunity to sell their produce on a free market stall at local markets over British Food Fortnight.
Villages around the Spilsby area are set to move constituency in an electoral boundary shake-up proposed by the Boundary Commission.
Early results show that the Conservatives have held the Spilsby area in the Lincolnshire County Council elections.
Local residents, community groups and businesses are being encouraged to come together on Tuesday evening (28th January) to discuss the future vitality and viability of Spilsby following the publication of a new report. The report, commissioned by East Lindsey District Council and carried out by the Institute of Place Management, was carried out towards the end of 2019 and has identified a number of strengths within the town which can be built upon. These include (but […]
Spilsby Town Council is sponsoring a butcher to come to the Monday Market for four weeks after the town lost its butchers. The Town Council are sponsoring Grimblethorpe Hall Butchery for the trial to assess the demand in the town for a butcher on the market. Grimblethorpe Hall Butchery specialise in rare breeds and already attend Horncastle and Louth Markets. The Town Council are taking this step based on suggestions from local residents to improve […]
Spilsby Market will be participating in the Love Your Local Market campaign in May. Taking place from 17 May – 31 May, the Love Your Local Market campaign is all about celebrating what is great about markets and encouraging residents to visit and shop at their local market. Throughout the fortnight, stalls at East Lindsey District Council’s markets in Spilsby, Louth and Horncastle will be decorated with Love Your Local Market branded materials and traders […]