East Lindsey, England Newswire (Page 5)

East Lindsey, England Newswire (Page 5)

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for East Lindsey, England. (Page 5)

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  1. Historic Skegness landmarks receive a Grade II listingRead the original story

    Nov 7, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    Landmark areas of Skegness foreshore have been added to Historic England's register of Historic Parks and Gardens - in recognition of their historic significance. The Clock Tower and Tower Gardens have now received this Grade II registration which provides added measures of protection to the areas listed and ensures the heritage of the foreshore can be enjoyed for generations to come.

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  2. Louth Canal wind farm planning appeal is dismissedRead the original story

    Nov 4, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Long-running plans for a wind farm between Fulstow and North Thoresby appear to be dead in the water after an appeal was dismissed by the Secretary of State last week. The plans would have seen seven wind turbines - each up to 115 metres tall from ground to blade tip - built on land to the west of Louth Canal, north of Fulstow, and south of Fen Lane in North Thoresby.

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  3. Breakfast is an 'eggs-iting' time for national award winnersRead the original story

    Nov 2, 2017 | Horncastle News

    Held at the National Conference Centre, Birmingham, the awards feature 14 categories which recognise the innovation and determination of farmers in today's ever changing and challenging farming industry. Fairburn's have been producing eggs since 1952 and although based in Alford, they have sites at several other locations in East Lindsey - including Belchford and Woodhall Spa.

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  4. Happy Alford woman Barbara is a 'golden girl' againRead the original story

    Nov 2, 2017 | Louth Leader

    But last week, the 62-year-old from Alford was presented with a replacement gold award - 40 years after it was initially presented to her by the Duke of Edinburgh. "Out of the group of people I was with, I was the only woman to receive the award from the Duke - because as I was the only one to abide by the correct dress code, which was to wear a hat!" Barbara visited Alford Library a few weeks ago and during a conversation with staff, she told them how upset she was about losing the award.

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  5. 103 new homes approved for AlfordRead the original story

    Nov 2, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Proposals for 103 new homes to be built in Alford have been approved today by East Lindsey District Council's planning committee. The plans were submitted by Chestnut Homes, and the 103 new dwellings will form 'phase two' of their Willoughby Chase development plans, complementing the existing 107-home 'phase one' development to the north.

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  6. Support groups get boost from Skegness circusRead the original story

    Oct 25, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    Collections were held at Mr Fips Big Night Out, a charity circus event at Skegness Fields circus site, in Burgh Road. The event is sponsored by Visit The Seaside, a publication owned by Martin Brown, of Wainfleet, who said: "The Big Night Out is now an established fundraising event every year with Mr Fips Wonder Circus and each year the amount raised has increased."

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  7. Force is with Skegness Aquarium beach cleanRead the original story

    Oct 24, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    Twenty cadets from Bedfordshire Police joined the teams of five scouring a 100 meter stretch beyond the area cleaned by East Lindsey District Council. Leanne Smith and her children William, 9, Amelia, 7, and Henry, 4, joined the Skegness Aquarium beach clean.

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  8. Trail launched to celebrate East Lincolnshire's connections with Poet Laureate, Sir John BetjemanRead the original story

    Oct 21, 2017 | Horncastle News

    A trail has been launched in East Lincolnshire as part of the Wolds Words Festival to celebrate the life and works of one of the country's most famous poets, Sir John Betjeman. Betjeman was born in 1906 in North London.

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  9. Healthy eating on menu at Peter Dyer Court in MablethorpeRead the original story

    Oct 20, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Leading a healthier lifestyle is on the menu at Peter Dyer Court, a Stonewater sheltered housing scheme for the elderly in Mablethorpe. Last week, the scheme teamed up with Magna Vitae, a local Trust that promotes healthy living through a range of facilities and services, to host a workshop on improving bone health and muscle mass.

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  10. New order for dog owners coming in affecting the coastRead the original story

    Oct 20, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Irresponsible dog owners on the beach are in for a bigger fine if they don't clear up after their pets when the new Public Space Protection Order comes in this week. For the coast it means that the order will ban dogs from all main beaches in Mablethorpe, Sutton on Sea and Skegness from May 1 to September 30. It will also be an offence not to remove dog faeces from public roads, private roads , public footpaths, private footpaths , and any other land that is open to the air and to which the public are entitled or permitted to have access.

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  11. A Champagne lounge could be heading to LouthRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2017 | Louth Leader

    Plans have been submitted to East Lindsey District Council which, if approved, would see a new Champagne bar move in to 14 Mercer Row - the former home of Indulgence of Louth . The planning application also states that two full-time jobs and three part-time jobs would be created if the plans went ahead.

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  12. Ceremony marks opening of affordable homes scheme in SkegnessRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    The latest development in a scheme to provide much needed affordable rural housing will be opened in Skegness next week. Saxon Fields, which has been developed by the Waterloo Housing Group, consists of 168 new homes and a community hub facility off Lincoln Road.

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  13. Blast-off!: Return of weekly fireworks displays in Skegness announced at BID launchRead the original story

    Oct 19, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    An announcement that fireworks displays could be returning to Skegness each week during the summer saw the Lincolnshire Coastal Destination BID blast off in a spectacular way. More than 100 businesses gathered last night at Blue Anchor's flagship venue Woody's Bar and Restaurant in Ingoldmells to celebrate the launch of an initiative that will raise 3million to promote the entire coastal area across East Lindsey.

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  14. District Council rejects plans for A 3m hotel project in Sandilands after 400 objectionsRead the original story

    Oct 14, 2017 | Louth Leader

    A Sandilands hotel owner was left 'disappointed' after plans for a 3m expansion - including flats and a swimming pool - were rejected by East Lindsey District Council. An application submitted by Matthew Fletcher, who runs The Grange and Links Hotel, was refused last Thursday by ELDC's Planning Committee, even though a planning officer had recommended approval.

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  15. 'No ticking time bomb here': Homelessness among elderly 'rising'Read the original story

    Oct 14, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    The council was responding to claims the nation is facing a "ticking time bomb" in the number of homeless older people, after latest figures showed an alarming rise of 130 per cent since its lowest point eight years ago.. Demand for older persons social housing is generally lower than family accommodation meaning shorter waiting times but this is dependent upon the property type and area.

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  16. CLA 'delighted' with Louth Cattle Market decisionRead the original story

    Oct 12, 2017 | Horncastle News

    The Country Land and Business Association has said it is 'delighted' by East Lindsey District Council's decision to retain Louth Cattle Market and refurbish the existing site. CLA East Regional Surveyor, Claire Wright, who attended the council meeting last night, said: "We are delighted that Louth Livestock Market has been saved from closure and the important work can now begin to refurbish the existing site.

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  17. Louth Cattle Market has been savedRead the original story

    Oct 11, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    Louth Cattle Market will be retained and refurbished - rather than sold - following a crunch vote at the East Lindsey District Council meeting this evening . The Full Council's decision tonight - which was unanimous amongst those in attendance - will put an end to almost half a decade of speculation over the Cattle Market's future.

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  18. Louth car park operator refuses to respond over 'incorrect ticket' claimsRead the original story

    Oct 11, 2017 | Louth Leader

    A car park operator in Louth has continued to maintain a 'wall of silence' against motorists who claim to have incorrectly received parking fines - and has refused to respond to questions from the Leader. Euro Car Parks, which operates a pay-and-display car park in Eastgate, has been the subject of dozens of complaints in the last six months, particularly since automatic number plate recognition cameras were introduced.

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  19. D-Day for the future of the Cattle MarketRead the original story

    Oct 10, 2017 | Horncastle News

    A highly anticipated decision on the future of Louth's Cattle Market will be made tonight , almost four years to the day since the site was first put on the market. It is hoped that the decision, to be made by all East Lindsey District councillors at their headquarters in Manby this evening, will put the matter the bed after almost half a decade of uncertainty.

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  20. Police find '11 boxes' during Roughton Woods searchRead the original story

    Oct 10, 2017 | Skegness Standard

    Work continues at the lake in Stixwould, with the Royal Navy Bomb Disposal Dive Team, Army Bomb Disposal, Lincolnshire Fire & Rescue, EMAS, Environment Agency and Lincolnshire Police on site. Lincolnshire Police have confirmed they have found '11 boxes' in connection with the on-going search of Roughton Moor Woods near Woodhall Spa.

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