Councillors boost causes

Community news.
Community news.

Another group or worthy causes have benefited from the latest round of Councillor Community awards in East Lindsey

Spilsby: Coun Rod Williams awarded £600 to the Newlife Centre, Spilsby for a digital printer for their project ‘Quick Snapshot’; a place within the town the community can use for printing their photographs without having to travel long distances.

Mablethorpe: Councillors Tony Howard and Graham Cullen together awarded £300 to Coastwatch Mablethorpe for a Dot Matrix Information Board to be displayed in the Station Window to provide the public with tide times, height, wind speed direction and temperature to assist in beach safety.

Coun Terence Brown awarded £250 to Mablethorpe Community Hall to purchase a Christmas Tree and decorations.

Chapel St Leonards: Coun Paul Hibbert-Greaves awarded £155 to Chapel St Leonards Neighbourhood Management for the build of a website for the group, a domain name and training. The site will enable them to publicise projects and events to the wider community.

Coun Mel Turton-Leivers awarded £400 to Anderby Parish Council for their rejuvenation project for Anderby and Anderby Creek. The funds will be used to make improvements to the areas by way of cutting back overgrown bushes, removing large volumes of litter, repairing timber and plant flower beds, purchasing new planters and installing a cycle rack.