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970 home Louth estate proposal thrown out
To rapturous applause from 50 objecting residents who attended an East Lindsey planning meeting, committee members refused the application to develop 150 acres farmland on either side of Legbourne Road Representing applicants the Gladman Group and Messrs A and M Pridgeon, Andy Booth said the project would bring extensive community benefits ... (more)
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Wed Mar 12, 2014
A 25,000 gift helps Alford Band to grow
A charity which wishes to remain anonymous has donated 25,000 to the popular Alford Silver Band to fund a major extension to its rehearsal centre.
Commonwealth Flag is raised by District Council
For the first time local authorities, including East Lindsey District Council, community groups and charities throughout the British Isles took part in flag raising events and ceremonies of dedication to mark Commonwealth Day.
Residents in Mablethorpe become 'silver surfers' online
Tenants of a Lincolnshire housing scheme are all set to become 'silver surfers', thanks to generous donations from their local community.
Fri Mar 07, 2014
RNLI seek lifeguards for East Lindsey's beaches.
The charity, in partnership with East Lindsey District Council, will again be providing the lifeguard cover on Mablethorpe, Sutton-on-Sea and Skegness beaches during the summer.
Heated debate on Cattle Market at Louth Town Council
Tempers flared at a Louth Town Council meeting this week as councillors decided upon the best way to save the Cattle Market site.
Thu Mar 06, 2014
ELDC green waste: Your questions answered
From the end of this month, households throughout East Lindsey will have to pay 25-a-year to have their green bins emptied.
This Is Grimsby
Hundreds worried over plan for 240 new homes in Louth
HELPING THE COMMUNITY: The Mayor of North East Lincolnshire, Councillor Peggy Elliott, receives her 20 gift voucher she won at Asda in Cromwell Road, Grimsby, which she will be donating to the raffle at the Mayor's Charity Ball.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
East Lindsey District Council portion of Council Tax to increase
In order to 'deliver a balanced budget and protect services to local people' the district council's portion of the Council Tax will increase by 1.99 per cent - meaning most homes in the district will pay A 1.79 per week for district council services, just eight per cent of the total Council Tax bill.
Wed Feb 26, 2014
New project to help small firms trade more locally
Local trade: New project aims to help small and medium businesses in Lincoln, Boston and East Lindsey to buy and supply more locally.
Tue Feb 25, 2014
Gatherums and Springside regeneration project begins
The restoration of the historical Horse Steps and the renovation of Aswell Hole is now underway.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
Special Report: East Lindsey area third in obese and overweight table
A shocking 73.8 per cent of people aged 16 or over in East Lindsey are classed as carrying excess weight - the third highest in England.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
Over 100 jobs on offer at Mablethorpe jobs fair
More than 100 jobs will be on offer this Friday at a recruitment fair taking place in Mablethorpe's Community Hall.
Battle of the bulge continues in town
More than two thirds of people aged 16 or over in Boston are carrying excess weight, according to new Government figures.
Sun Feb 16, 2014
Planners give green light for new Co-op store to be built in village
After more than 50 years in the town, the Lincolnshire Co-op is keen to relocate because, with floor space of just 2,000 sq ft, its existing shop in Market Place is limited in the range of goods it can stock.
More than 100 jobs on offer at recruitment fair in Mablethorpe
A recruitment fair will take place in Mablethorpe, aimed at matching local jobseekers with potential employers as more than 100 jobs are showcased.