Money for Louth Cricket Club and Homestart East Lindsey

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HUNDREDS of pounds have been given to Louth area groups from the East Lindsey District Council Councillors’ Community Initiative Scheme.

Coun Jill Makinson-Sanders has given £250 and Coun Pauline Watson has given £150 to Louth Cricket Club to buy equipment.

Coun Philip Sturman has given £1000 to Homestart East Lindsey towards a campaign to support referrals.

Coun Laura Stephenson has given £750 to Louth 13+ Project for hiring inspirational speakers.

Coun Pauline Watson has given £150 to Louth 13+ Project to help with accommodation costs.

Coun Watson has given £250 to Nichols Youth Project to buy an X Box and £150 to the Team Parish of Louth to cover expenses in taking on volunteers.

Coun Watson has also given £150 to 2nd Louth Guides to hold a guide camp in the summer for the Jubilee Celebration and £50 to Louth Museum towards insurance.

Coun Watson has given £350 and Coun Makinson-Sanders has given £130 towards the Anne Fridal Concert at St James’ Church.

Coun Makinson-Sanders has given £250 and Coun George Horton has given £250 to Louth Town Council towards the Jubilee Celebrations.

Coun Horton has given £300 to Spire Radio for repairs, equipment and to assist with admin costs.