East Lindsey, England Newswire (Page 10)

East Lindsey, England Newswire (Page 10)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for East Lindsey, England. (Page 10)

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  1. Royal Navy called in following mustard gas canister discoveryRead the original story

    Oct 6, 2017 | Louth Leader

    According to reports, the Royal Navy has been called in to help search a stretch of water close to the village of Stixwould near Woodhall Spa. The new development comes as Lincolnshire Police widened their search in connection with the saga that started last Sunday with the discovery of mustard gas canisters in Roughton Moor Woods off Kirkby Lane.

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  2. Would you pay 20p to 'spend a penny' in East Lindsey?Read the original story

    Oct 5, 2017 | Horncastle News

    Members of the public will be charged '20p to pee' in more than a dozen public toilet blocks in East Lindsey, following an ELDC executive board decision last week. The 20p entry charge will be introduced at 13 public toilets across the district to help fund the running of the facilities going forward.

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  3. 'No plans' for mosque in Louth - CouncilRead the original story

    Oct 4, 2017 | Louth Leader

    There are 'no applications' for a mosque to be provided in Louth, a District Council spokesman has confirmed - despite claims made in a political leaflet distributed around the town in the last couple of weeks. The British National Party leaflet states: "This autumn, the BNP are launching a campaign to stop a proposed mosque going ahead in Louth."

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  4. Last sale before the final Cattle Market decisionRead the original story

    Oct 3, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Louth Cattle Market's first autumn sale will take place this Thursday , and this will be the final event before the crucial decision on its future. David Williams, from Louth Market Auctioneers, said he was 'delighted' with the formal recommendation from East Lindsey District Council's executive board last week, which supported withdrawing the site from the sale process and refurbishing the current facility.

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  5. Open evening success to Somercotes AcademyRead the original story

    Sep 30, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Somercotes Academy last week celebrated its second year as a member of Tollbar Multi Academy Trust with a packed Year 6 Open Evening, following another summer of exceptional GCSE results. Parents and students came from towns and villages all over East Lindsey, including Mablethorpe, Sutton on Sea, Grimoldby and Manby for the annual open evening to see for themselves what a transformation has taken place at the academy since opening in 2015.

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  6. New films to boost the beautiful Lincolnshire WoldsRead the original story

    Sep 29, 2017 | Market Rasen Mail

    As Lincolnshire Day approaches , East Lindsey District Council has launched three new films to help boost tourism in the area. The short films, made by Lincoln-based video production company Electric Egg, were premiered at a private screening at the Kinema in the Woods, Woodhall Spa in front of an audience of invited guests.

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  7. Executive board recommends 'retaining and refurbishing' Cattle MarketRead the original story

    Sep 28, 2017 | Louth Leader

    East Lindsey District Council's executive board met last night to consider the future of Louth's Cattle Market facility following the recent public consultation. The executive board thanked all those who took part in the consultation for providing their views on the options in the consultation papers and for also raising issues for consideration.

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  8. Have say on council tax support scheme in East LindseyRead the original story

    Sep 28, 2017 | Horncastle News

    East Lindsey District Council is asking for the views of local people on its proposed 2018/19 Support Scheme through a consultation exercise taking place between September 29 and October 25. l The Scheme limits the maximum help the council gives to working age people through Council Tax Support to 75 per cent. This means all working age people have to pay at least 25% towards their Council Tax.

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  9. 'If you want us to pay 20p, clean the toilets!': Your message to...Read the original story

    Sep 26, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Residents and visitors will not be queueing up to pay 20p to use the toilets in East Lindsey - unless the council cleans them. That is the message for East Lindsey's executive board, which meets tonight to decide on whether to impose the charge at 13 of the 24 public conveniences across the district, estimated to raise a gross amount of A 250k, or 30p raising A 375k.

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  10. Residents WILL have to pay 20p to spend a penny at public toiletsRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2017 | Louth Leader

    A 20p entry charge is to be introduced at 13 public toilets in East Lindsey - including five blocks in Skegness - to help fund the running of the facilities, In a statement following the decision, the council explained it needed to reduce its running costs by 3m to 4m, as Government funding to support local services continues to reduce. Earlier this year the council consulted on its Transformation Programme, which includes reducing the operating costs of its 24 public toilets.

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  11. Tonight: Executive Board to decide Cattle Market recommendationRead the original story

    Sep 27, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Victoria Atkins MP visited Louth's Cattle Market ahead of tonight's East Lindsey District Council executive board meeting on the future of the site. Ms Atkins, who has spoken openly in favour of retaining the current facility since the public consultation ended earlier this month, met with farmers, councillors, and the county chairman on the National Farmers Union during her visit last Thursday.

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  12. D-day on charges to use public toilets in SkegnessRead the original story

    Sep 26, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    Visitors could soon have to pay to go to the toilet in Skegness if plans by East Lindsey District Council are agreed. A report to East Lindsey's executive board, which meets tomorrow night , is proposing a charge of 20p for 13 of the 24 public toilets across the district, estimated to raise a gross amount of A 250k, or 30p raising A 375k.

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