Car Parking Permits Go Virtual

April 2, 2019 Spilsby Online 0

East Lindsey District Council has announced it is launching a virtual car parking permit scheme. From April 1, anyone purchasing a parking permit in East Lindsey will have the ability to set up an online account that can be updated as necessary throughout the duration of the permit.  Previously, car parking permits would have been issued to be displayed in the vehicle. The Council offers a variety of permits for both residents and non-residents in over […]

Shop Front Grants Now Open

July 25, 2018 Spilsby Online 0

Local independent shops in Spilsby can now apply for grants to improve their shop fronts as part of a scheme run by East Lindsey District Council. Shops in Spilsby as well as those in Alford, Coningsby, Horncastle, Louth, Mablethorpe, Skegness and Sutton on Sea are eligible to apply for grants to restore and reinstate traditional shop fronts.  Businesses are able to apply for 60% funding between £3,000 and £10,000. The scheme is available to shops […]

No charge to spend a penny in Spilsby

September 28, 2017 Spilsby Online 0

Public toilets in Spilsby could be managed locally as part of plans announced by East Lindsey District Council in its’ public toilets review, but there will be no 20p charge. The toilets, situated in the centre of town, are part of the eleven public toilets across the District Council has announced it will be looking to discuss the future of with local Town and Parish Councils. Other toilets in the District – mostly along the […]

Travellers sites suggested for three Lincolnshire coastal towns

September 24, 2016 Spilsby Online 0

A holiday town where travellers repeatedly stay in car parks illegally looks likely to become the location for the district’s first transit site. Mablethorpe’s industrial estate is being suggested as one possible venue for a transit site for travellers and gypsies. The nearby village of Trusthorpe is also being recommended as a potential location. Other potential venues in Louth, Alford and Skegness have been withdrawn. And East Lindsey District Council’s executive board could also agree […]

Council Proposals Could See Spilsby Access Point Closed Or Hours Reduced

May 16, 2016 Spilsby Online 0

A proposal by East Lindsey District Council could see the Community Access Point in Spilsby closed or on reduced hours. The Community Access Point, based in Franklin Hall, allows local residents to access a range of services provided by the District Council including paying Council Tax locally. Residents are being asked for their views on proposals to make more services available through the District Council’s website and by increasing the Council’s telephone call centre capacity […]

Ambassadors wanted for SO Festival 2016

April 22, 2016 Spilsby Online 0

Organisers of the SO Festival 2016 have issued their ‘last call’ for ambassador applications, as the deadline to register interest closes 29 April. Following the success of last year’s SO Festival ambassador programme, the family-friendly arts festival is seeking 20 arts enthusiasts from across Lincolnshire to be the face of the upcoming festival. They will be responsible for engaging with the public and promoting the event, as well as listening to audience feedback that will influence future […]