Money for Louth Cricket Club and Homestart East Lindsey

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.