Spilsby Town Council is seeking the views of local residents on their proposal to obtain a loan to fund new projects in the town.
After the closure of Lloyds Bank on 12 November 2019 there are currently no high-street cashpoints in Spilsby. Details of the cash machines are below, alternatively we also have information on banks in Spilsby. Please note: we only cover cash machines which do not charge a fee to use. Lincolnshire Co-operative Store (inside 7am – 10pm)Post Office LaneSpilsbyPE23 5LH Sainsbury’s (outside – available 24/7)Boston RoadSpilsbyPE23 5HD Some banks allow cash to be withdrawn at the Post Office […]
An enraged driver has waged war against potholes in Halton Holegate and Spilsby with spray paint and a determination to ‘bug’ the council into action with pictures of penises and insects. People in the town began to notice the work of a d*ck pic vigilante over the weekend. Suffering a burst tyre in a 13 cm deep pothole on Friday, January 10 at Halton Holegate, as the cost of £53, 55-year-old Karan Chapman Holland decided […]
Communities are coming together today to make it a Christmas to remember for pensioners, the lonely and those simply deserving a good party. More than 150 people are set to attend the special events in Spilsby and Wainfleet – hosted by the Skegness Standard in partnership with volunteers from local groups and churches. This is the second year the Skegness Standard has hosted the free meals at the Franklin Hall in Spilsby, in partnership with Spilsby Christian Fellowship, […]
Final preparations are being made for a free Christmas community lunch in Spilsby – and there is still a chance for you to go. On Friday, a real 6ft Christmas tree donated by Bells Nursery Outlet of Benington was trimmed with the help of the Mayor of Spilsby Councillor Mark Gale and Town Clerk Bonny Smith – and given pride of place on the balcony of the Franklin Hall, where the meal will be held. […]
Plastic bag usage has plummeted up to a staggering 80% in the three month period since the introduction of a 5p charge, according to three leading supermarkets. Morrisons and Tesco have reported a fall in demand of around 80% while Waitrose said shoppers were using 70% fewer bags. Andy Cummins, a spokesman for Break the Bag Habit which campaigned for the charge to be introduced, said: “This is great news. The reduction of the use […]