East Lindsey District Council has announced that parking in their Spilsby car parks will remain free until 1st August.
A strategic alliance between East Lindsey District Council and Boston Borough Council that was planned to save more than £15m over 10 years has been shelved after Boston Borough Council withdrew.
New research has shown that more than one in three local jobs may be “at risk” in the District due to the fall-out from the coronavirus.
East Lindsey District Council have made additional funding available to local groups to deliver community resilience projects in their area.
The 2nd Spilsby Scout Group, which operates from their hut in Pooles Lane for children aged six to 14, needed the funds to purchase buoyancy aids and paddles. It all seemed a long way off until Spilsby Town Council and the town’s district councillor David Mangion stepped in to help. Group Scout Leader Gemma Holland said: “The 2nd Spilsby Scout Group strives to give children and leaders alike access to adventurous activities such as canoeing […]
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 […]