Spilsby Town Council is seeking the views of local residents on their proposal to obtain a loan to fund new projects in the town.
Spilsby residents can make their voice heard at the Annual Parish Meeting on Thursday, May 21. Starting at 6pm, the meeting will be followed by the formation of the new town council with the appointment of the new chairman (Mayor) vice-chairman and chairmen of committees. Town council clerk Bonny Smith said: “The parish meeting is an opportunity for residents to come and speak to the council and raise any issues they have. There are vacancies […]
Spilsby will not enter this year’s Council to Protect Rural England Best Kept Town Competition councillors have decided. The town has taken part in the competition for the past decade and reached the final for the first time last year. However, at the latest meeting councillors voted not to enter this year Spilsby Mayor Peter Grant said: “When we got to the final the council never received any feedback, on where we went wrong.” The […]
Polling stations have opened across the area so residents can vote in district, town and parish elections as well as the referendum on the alternative vote. Residents are being asked to elect Councillors for East Lindsey District Council as well as their local town/parish councils. At District level this could lead to major changes in which services are delivered by the District council. However, most town and parish councils are likely to see fewer changes […]
Members of the public are given the opportunity to voice opinions on how Spilsby could be improved at a public meeting on Monday 15 November, at the Franklin Hall at 7pm. Councillor David Pleming said: “It is just a free discussion to ask the general public what they think about Spilsby and to think about how we can support the town. No subject is banned and we will welcome criticism so long as it is […]