East Lindsey, England Newswire

East Lindsey, England Newswire

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  1. Planning permission is being sought for the 'unique' seafront developmentRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 19 | Burton Mail

    A bid has been made to build a 70-foot high wire facility near the town's popular main beach. If given the go-ahead the attraction will be unique to the area and "bring new life and vitality to the area and enhance Skegness" say applicants Magna Vitae, reports Lincolnshire Live .


  2. The Ranch has a new menu with a mac 'n' cheese burger, huge steak and salads - so we paid a visitRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 26 | This Is Scunthorpe

    The Ranch Steakhouse & Grill in Louth is celebrating three years since its rise from the ashes with some fresh additions to its menu. Social media editor Mark Page and a few colleagues went to see what was on offer "Established 2012, rise 2015" is emblazoned in faux-aged fashion on the first page of The Ranch Steakhouse & Grill's new menu, where freshly-minted delights such as bigger steaks, new burgers and even salads have joined the ranks.


  3. Penguinpig is back on stage in LouthRead the original story

    May 19, 2018 | Louth Leader

    Barmpot Theatre is bringing back Penguinpig this half-term to Louth Riverhead Theatre on Thursday, May 31 at 11am and 2pm. Penguinpig is a fun-filled show about internet safety, based on the best-selling picture book by author and teacher Stuart Spendlow, illustrated by Amy Bradley.


  4. North Kesteven District Councillors support Viking Link plans for electricity from DenmarkRead the original story

    May 17, 2018 | Louth Leader

    The Viking Link is a proposed 473-mile long electricity interconnector between Bicker Fen near Boston and the substation Revsing in southern Jutland, Denmark. Electricity would pass through cables under the North Sea, arriving on the Lincolnshire coast next to Sandilands Golf Club south of Sutton on Sea in East Lindsey.


  5. Illegal metal detectorists cause damage to cropsRead the original story

    May 17, 2018 | Horncastle News

    Lincolnshire Police are today appealing for the public's help after illegal metal detectorists damaged crops in a field in East Lindsey.


  6. Mablethorpe free school awaits finals approvalRead the original story

    May 16, 2018 | Louth Leader

    Plans to provide a new free school in Mablethorpe for children who don't fit into mainstream education look set to go ahead - and it could now be open as early as 2019. Wellspring Academy Trust began a formal consultation at the end of 2017 - looking to provide four new free school sites in Mablethorpe, Lincoln, Spalding and Grantham.


  7. Plans submitted for landmark town buildingsRead the original story

    May 16, 2018 | Horncastle News

    Two prominent buildings in Horncastle's Market Place could be transformed - if planners give the 'thumbs up' to new proposals. Owners of 37 High Street - the former Punch House pub - have applied to East Lindsey District Council to change the use of a listed building from a licensed premises to a retail unit.


  8. ELDC announces feasibility study for Louth industrial estate expansionRead the original story

    May 15, 2018 | Horncastle News

    East Lindsey District Council has announced two feasibility studies that will look at projects aimed at boosting the economy of the district and creating more jobs - including a major expansion of the Fairfield Industrial Estate in Louth. The Council has commissioned studies to look at an extension to the Fairfield Industrial Estate in Louth and the creation of exemplar holiday accommodation in Skegness.


  9. Alford Silver Band successRead the original story

    May 13, 2018 | Louth Leader

    A crowded Corn Exchange in Alford determined Alford Silver Band's 2018 programme curtain raiser, held recently, to be a huge success. The band has been popular throughout the East Lindsey area for many years and has built up a great reputation for quality music played to a high standard and providing plenty of entertainment.


  10. Council calls for 'urgent rethink' on closure of Sixth Form provision at Louth AcademyRead the original story

    May 11, 2018 | Horncastle News

    East Lindsey District Council has called for an urgent rethink on the announcement by the Tollbar Multi-Academy Trust that there will be no Sixth Form provision at Louth Academy for the 2018-19 academic year. Earlier this week, Martin Brown, Executive Principal at Louth Academy, said: "Unfortunately, the Trust has had to make a decision not to run Louth Academy Sixth Form from September 2018 owing to the very small number of applicants.


  11. Council admits it would need '100s of millions' for Lincolnshire's roadsRead the original story

    May 10, 2018 | Boston Standard

    Lincolnshire County Council has admitted hundreds of millions of pounds of extra funding would need to be ploughed into its coffers to make a 'massive difference' to plans for repairing roads. The authority has faced mounting criticism for failing to repair potholes - and for the standard of work actually being carried out.


  12. Should Skegness get a park and ride? Call made after bank holiday gridlockRead the original story w/Photo

    May 8, 2018 | Ashbourne News Telegraph

    His call comes after miles of congestion over the sunny bank holiday caused hours of delays for people heading to the Lincolnshire coastline. Day trippers caused tailbacks for several miles towards the resort, reports the Skegness Standard , while car parking spaces near the sea front were also at a premium - as some drivers even faced queues to leave due to the volume of cars.


  13. East Lindsey District Council reject Viking Link proposals following...Read the original story

    May 7, 2018 | Skegness Standard

    East Lindsey district councillors indicated that they would not support plans for an electricity network between Denmark and Lincolnshire in their current form due to potential damage to the Lincolnshire Wolds and impact on local businesses. Councillors on the authority's planning committee voted by a margin of eight to four against the Viking Link scheme at a meeting in Manby on Thursday, May 3, with their comments set to be passed over to the government.


  14. Stickney homes approved despite 150 signature petitionRead the original story

    May 7, 2018 | Skegness Standard

    Plans for 50 homes in Stickney have been approved by councillors in spite of a petition signed by over 150 local residents. East Lindsey District Council's Planning Committee granted planning permission for the development by applicant Stickney Meadows on land to the rear of a bungalow off Main Road in the village by a margin of 10 to one with one abstention.


  15. New group for over 50s set to launch in townRead the original story

    May 5, 2018 | Horncastle News

    Join in, take part and meet new friends at the launch of Horncastle's newest group for Over 50s at the Youth Centre on Monday from 2-4pm. Councillor Brian Burbidge, Mayor of Horncastle, will be at the grand opening to meet local people who are thinking about joining the group for friendship and social activities.


  16. Deadline approaches for Mayor of Louth's fundraising quizRead the original story

    May 1, 2018 | Louth Leader

    Mayor of Louth, Councillor Pauline Watson, is inviting members of the public to attend her charity quiz and supper at Louth Tennis and Sports Centre, a week on Saturday evening - with the entry deadline this Friday . There will also be a raffle on the night, and prize donations from businesses or individuals will be gratefully received.


  17. Anger over decision to shut banksRead the original story

    Apr 29, 2018 | Horncastle News

    East Lindsey District Council's long-awaited and much delayed Local Plan should finally be in operation by the end of the summer. The plan is perhaps the most important document drawn up by the Council for many years, and will guide a all growth and development a in East Lindsey up to 2031.


  18. Service change will provide more support in West LindseyRead the original story

    Apr 28, 2018 | Market Rasen Mail

    Citizens Advice services in West Lindsey have merged with those in East Lindsey to create a new Citizens Advice Lindsey. Although the teams have been working together informally to share good practice, chief executive, Jenny Barnett, said this latest move will bring an enhanced service.


  19. Mayor of Alford slams Lloyds Bank decisionRead the original story

    Apr 27, 2018 | Louth Leader

    The Mayor of Alford has expressed her 'deep disappointment' following Lloyds Bank's proposal to close its branch in Alford - the last bank in the town. Chairman of Alford Town Council and ELDC councillor for Alford ward, Coun Sarah Devereux, spoke out last week following the announcement that 49 branches of Lloyds Bank are set to close across the country - including three branches in East Lindsey.


  20. Wragby ward councillor defends his move to SussexRead the original story

    Apr 26, 2018 | Market Rasen Mail

    A prominent East Lindsey district councillor has defended a decision to continue representing his ward - even though he lives closer to Paris than Wragby. Coun Nick Guyatt, who won the Wragby ward for the Conservatives in the 2015 elections, has attended just two full meetings of ELDC in the last 12 months - and none since last December.