East Lindsey, England Newswire (Page 4)

East Lindsey, England Newswire (Page 4)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for East Lindsey, England. (Page 4)

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  1. Councillor Grist - 'I hope colleagues will support Option 3'Read the original story

    Sep 21, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Councillor Adam Grist, ELDC's Portfolio Holder for Market Towns and the Rural Economy, has said that he supports a 'hybrid version' of Option 3 in the debate over the future of Louth Cattle Market - and he hopes his fellow district councillors will vote to retain the site when they cast their votes next month. Coun Grist released a statement this afternoon , following the 'Facebook Live' broadcast that he carried out alongside ELDC leader Coun Craig Leyland yesterday evening in which they both expressed their preference for Option 3 - to retain and refurbish the current Cattle Market site.

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  2. New bid to resolve CCTV problems in East LindseyRead the original story

    Sep 21, 2017 | Horncastle News

    It was revealed in August that seven towns in East Lindsey - including Horncastle and Louth - were unable to utilise new digital cameras because BT had yet to carry out a vital upgrade of the system. As a result, the towns are having to rely on an outdated analogue system, which police have described as ineffective.

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  3. ELDC leader supports retaining Louth cattle market - and so does 84% of the publicRead the original story

    Sep 21, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    East Lindsey District Council leader Councillor Craig Leyland, and executive board member Councillor Adam Grist, both voiced their support for retaining and refurbishing Louth's Cattle Market during a live broadcast last night . Following the recent conclusion of the public consultation about the future of the site, the two top councillors spoke freely during a 'Facebook Live' video broadcast at 8pm yesterday evening, in which they both voiced their support for 'Option 3' - retaining and refurbishing the current site in Newmarket.

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  4. Approval granted for homes near Louth CanalRead the original story

    Sep 21, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Approval has been granted for a controversial plan to build nine new homes off Eastfield Road, next to Louth Canal. The decision was made by East Lindsey District Council's planning committee earlier this month, having been 'called in' by Councillor Ros Jackson due to various concerns, some of which had been raised by Louth Town Council back in April.

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  5. Jobs saved as charity exits administrationRead the original story

    Sep 20, 2017 | Horncastle News

    More than 200 jobs have been saved after a national children's charity, based in East Lindsey, came out of administration. The future of Children's Links - which provides a lifeline to thousands of children, - young people and families - is based in Horncastle and employs people from across the district, including the Louth area.

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  6. ELDC leader to 'go live' tonight about Louth Cattle MarketRead the original story

    Sep 20, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    Leader of East Lindsey District Council, Councillor Craig Leyland, and Portfolio Holder for Market Towns and Rural Economy, Councillor Adam Grist, will make a live broadcast on Facebook tonight in regard to the future of Louth's Cattle Market. We are unable to send your welcome email at this time.

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  7. Developer says homes in Sutton on Sea will be completed in 2018Read the original story

    Sep 20, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Housing developers who are heading up plans for a number of homes currently unfinished in Sutton on Sea, have said that work will be completed on site in 2018. Mayor of Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea, Councillor Tony Mee recently called out to developers of Kier Homes after residents in Sutton on Sea kept asking the town council for updates on the project.

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  8. Video: ELDC buys Louth Navigation WarehouseRead the original story

    Sep 19, 2017 | Louth Leader

    The Navigation Warehouse was built in 1790 after the opening of the Louth to Tetney Canal in 1770, and the building is a Grade II Listed building due to its historical significance. The Warehouse was restored in 1999 with help of grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund, the European Regional Development Fund, the Rural Development Commission and East Lindsey District Council.

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  9. Magna Vitae offers free blood pressure testingRead the original story

    Sep 17, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Magna Vitae is urging East Lindsey residents to get their blood pressure checked for free as part of national 'Know Your Numbers Week', which is being held from September 18-24. 'Pressure stations' across the district will measure your blood pressure and provide some simple steps to keep blood pressure under control, and this will be taking place in Louth, Horncastle, Skegness and Mablethorpe.

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  10. Surgeries in Skegness won't cope - fearRead the original story

    Sep 16, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    A request for a payment of 81,500 by the NHS to alleviate the potential pressure on local surgeries by an Ingoldmells developer has been thrown out by East Lindsey District Council. Marigold Chiswell, of the Patient Participation Group at Beacon Medical Practice which has surgeries in Ingoldmells and nearby Chapel St Leonards as well as Skegness, was in favour of the contribution by Hardy's Animal Farm regarding there plan for a new holiday park with 1,000 caravans.

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  11. Keep our roads near Skegness clear - callRead the original story

    Sep 15, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    An official complaint is being lodged with East Lindsey District Council after plans for 1,000 more caravans along the coast were allowed to go ahead without the developer paying over the original 1.5m agreed for infrastructure changes. In April, councillors gave the green light to Hardy's Animal Farm for a new A 9.5 million holiday centre in Ingoldmells.

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  12. Action to help homeless across East LindseyRead the original story

    Sep 15, 2017 | Horncastle News

    ACTion Lincs, a county-wide partnership has been set up to provide life-changing support and tackle some of the most complex homelessness cases in Lincolnshire. Once accepted onto the long-term programme, support will be provided to the 120 individuals in any setting whether that is on the street, in prison, in hospital or someone's home.

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  13. Make savings on energy bills in East LindseyRead the original story

    Sep 13, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    Residents in East Lindsey could make huge savings on winter energy bills by signing up to the latest round of the Lincolnshire Energy Switch scheme. Householders can register to see if competing energy firms could offer householders better deals on bills.

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  14. Devolution plans are 'dead in the water' - LeylandRead the original story

    Sep 10, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Local authorities in Lincolnshire need to work more closely together, if they are to overcome the challenge of delivering services amid massive cuts in Government funding. That is the warning from East Lindsey District Council leader Craig Leyland who has confirmed any lingering plans for devolution in the county are 'dead in the water.'

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  15. Collaboration is key to our survival says ELDC leaderRead the original story

    Sep 9, 2017 | Horncastle News

    Local authorities in Lincolnshire need to work more closely together, if they are to overcome the challenge of delivering services amid massive cuts in Government funding. That is the warning from East Lindsey District Council leader Craig Leyland who has confirmed any lingering plans for devolution in the county are 'dead in the water.'

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  16. 'Supercouncil' is no more - so 'sharing is way forward'Read the original story

    Sep 8, 2017 | Market Rasen Mail

    Local authorities in Lincolnshire need to work more closely together, if they are to overcome the challenge of delivering services amid massive cuts in Government funding. That is the warning from East Lindsey District Council leader Craig Leyland who has confirmed any lingering plans for devolution in the county are 'dead in the water.'

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  17. Victoria Atkins MP: 'Louth Cattle Market must stay'Read the original story

    Sep 7, 2017 | Horncastle News

    Her comments came after the deadline for the public consultation on the future of the site concluded on Wednesday . "Today, Louth Cattle Market is the only livestock auction house of its type left in the county and is used by farmers and smallholders from across Lincolnshire.

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  18. Northern lights are linked to North Sea whale strandingsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 5, 2017 | Mail on Sunday

    Mystery of the mass whale stranding is solved: Solar storms that create the Northern Lights played havoc with the Earth's magnetic field causing the creatures to lose their way The mysterious strandings of 29 healthy young whales on beaches in 2016 have been linked to the Northern Lights, research suggests. A host of theories had been suggested for causing the deaths of the marine giants - including poisoning, climate change, and even sonar from nuclear submarines.

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  19. Horncastle Deanery Churches in the spotlight as new two-day festival gets under wayRead the original story

    Sep 4, 2017 | Horncastle News

    Over the weekend of September 9 and 10 a new event will see 36 churches and chapels in the Horncastle Deanery open their doors to the public. The Horncastle and Villages Festival builds on the outstanding success of the West Lindsey Churches Festival with members of the West Lindsey team lending their expertise to the new venture to give many East Lindsey churches a turn in the spotlight.

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  20. New service to be launched to help combat loneliness in East LindseyRead the original story

    Sep 4, 2017 | Horncastle News

    The T.E.D Befriending & Friendship Hub is a one stop shop to access befriending support and signposting to social activities available in the East Lindsey area The Hub has been commissioned by the T.E.D Big Lottery funded project to help reduce isolation and loneliness among older people in the East Lindsey. It's estimated that 8.1 per cent of people aged 65 and over are often lonely in this area.

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