Ancaster Avenue is set to be closed for part of October to allow for the reconstruction of the footpaths.
A new tough line is to be taken on anyone damaging property or pathways at Spilsby allotments. Problems of a rose bush being poisoned, pots damaged and the removal of pathways were highlighted at a town council meeting last year by allotment holder Jill Young. Jill stated that she had been disillusioned by the support of the council after attending three council meetings when she had been the target of vandalism over a period of 15 […]
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue are advising all caravan and motorhome owners to ensure they take fire safety safely after recent caravan fires last weekend. Steve Screaton, deputy community safety manager at Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue, said “In Lincolnshire, we have a large number of caravans and mobile homes, which are used for holidays, weekend breaks or for permanent residences. “With this in mind, and the fact that a fire in a caravan or mobile home […]
Teachers across Lincolnshire are set to join a mass strike on October 1, it has been announced. Members of the two largest teachers’ unions, the NASUWT and the NUT are set to take part in the national protest over pay and working conditions after the Secretary of State refused to ‘genuinely engage’ in negotiations with representatives to resolve the issues. The strike day is set to take place for the east on October 1, many […]
Lincolnshire residents are being invited to comment on a new draft parking policy for the county. The policy has been updated as the county council prepares to move closer towards taking over Civil Parking Enforcement from Lincolnshire Police. Mike Nicholls, Highways Network Manager, said: “We need to refresh our current parking policy to reflect the new responsibilities we’d have after taking over Civil Parking Enforcement from the police.” “We’re looking to achieve a more comprehensive […]