Lincolnshire Coastal Highway: Progress following ‘engagement meetings’

A series of meetings have been held this week to discuss plans for the proposed ‘Lincolnshire Coastal Highway’, which could open up new tourism opportunities and better access between the Lincoln area and the East Lincolnshire coast.

A National Trust volunteer serving in the tea room at Berrington Hall. Photo: Ian Shaw EMN-180117-124825001

National Trust looking for volunteers to help at historic properties across Lincolnshire

The National Trust is looking for volunteers to help at historic properties across Lincolnshire.

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Calls for safer working on farms, as over 1,000 overhead power lines incidents are reported over five years

Northern Powergrid has joined forces with fellow UK electricity network operators and the Energy Networks Association (ENA) to ensure those working in the agricultural industry understand the dangers of working near power lines.

Louth Cattle Market.

Improvements are underway at Louth Cattle Market

Following the decision to retain and reinvest in Louth’s Cattle Market in October, East Lindsey District Council and the Louth Market Auctioneers have been working together to enhance it for the future.

Simon Wright, Melisa Morley, Neil Scaman, Simone Scaman and Christopher Walker at the 'Select Lincolnshire' awards.

A ‘cracking’ start to 2018 for Scaman’s Eggs

An award-winning company from the Louth area has some ‘eggciting’ plans for expansion this year, after securing a significant cash grant.


VIDEO: More than half of workers believe they have caught a bug from a poorly colleague

More than half of UK workers believe they have caught a bug from a poorly colleague, a study found.

A parent’s guide to keeping kids safe on social media

A parent’s guide to keeping kids safe on social media

If you’re left scratching your head when your teen starts talking about Snapchat stories or checking in on Facebook, brush up on your social media knowledge so you can help them have a safer and more enjoyable experience online.


Department for International Trade’s ‘Export Hub’ comes to Lincolnshire

Local businesses in Lincolnshire looking to boost their exporting capabilities are invited to attend the Department for International Trade’s (DIT) mobile Export Hub at the Lincolnshire Business Expo 2018 in Lincoln next Wednesday (January 17).

East Lindsey District Council wants your views on its draft budget for 2018-19. ANL-181101-122210001

Young care leavers in East Lindsey to get council tax discount

Young people leaving care in East Lindsey are to have their council tax discounted in pioneering new plans to help them settle into society.

East Lindsey District Council wants your views on its draft budget for 2018-19. ANL-181101-122210001

Have your say on East Lindsey’s draft budget

Support for vulnerable people and the economy remain a priority of East Lindsey District Council’s draft budget proposals - but your views are invited before it is agreed.

The Houses of Parliament.

‘A Taste of Louth & Horncastle’ comes to Parliament

Victoria Atkins MP will host ‘A Taste of Louth & Horncastle’ in Parliament next week to celebrate the award-winning food and drink produced in the constituency.

Topshop has responded after the incident

Firefighter’s warning after son, 8, had burning Topshop wheatbag in his bed

A firefighter is warning about the dangers of heatable wheatbags after his eight-year-old son went to bed with one which caught fire.

EU funding

Visit Alford workshop to find out if EU funding could boost your business

An upcoming workshop will help ensure local businesses don’t miss out on current EU funding opportunities.

Wilkin Chapman Partner Andrew Holt and colleague Eloise Tuplin were delighted to receive the NFUs inaugural award for legal excellence. EMN-180501-141314001

Regional law firm receives award for excellence

Delighted representatives from Wilkin Chapman solicitors have been presented with the NFU’s first ever award for legal excellence.

Council tax

Louth Town Council’s share of your council tax ‘set to rise by 7.9 per cent’

Louth Town Council is set to approve a 7.9 per cent rise in their portion of your council taxes for 2018/19.

The signs of work success

‘Being able to work from home and watching sports day’ 40 signs you are doing well at work

Being able to work from home, no-one batting an eyelid when you take an afternoon off to watch your kids sports day - and having a beer with colleagues after work, have emerged among a list of signs you’ve ‘made it’ in your career.

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Around the world in £80: Study reveals how far it will take you and the family!

Holidaymakers have been at the mercy of the travel industry in recent weeks, but with half term fast approaching and October named as one of the most popular times of the year for travel1, new research reveals what a budget of £80 can get you - so you don’t have to break the bank on that autumn getaway.

Bin collections.

Renew or subscribe for green waste collections in East Lindsey

Residents in East Lindsey can renew or subscribe online for their green waste collection now.

Steve Watson.

Bridge McFarland welcomes new solicitor to Louth team

A solicitor specialising in residential property is joining the Louth team at the regional law firm, Bridge McFarland.


What to do with your real Christmas trees after the festive season

As the Christmas trimmings are put back in the loft for another year and all the festive cards are taken down, Lincolnshire residents may be pondering what to do with their real Christmas tree.

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