Councillor Community Grants in our local area


The following awards have been made towards good causes in our area through East Lindsey District Council’s ‘Councillor Community Grants’ scheme.

Coun Pauline Watson awarded £771.50 to St James’ Church towards funding for an educational project to 
allow children to explore local history and culture.

Coun Watson also awarded £1,000 to Louth Tennis Club to fund six weeks of coaching sessions at the Charles Street Recreation Ground, and £228.50 to Tinies Breakfast to buy a sound system.

Coun Tony Bridges awarded £304.99 to Tetney Pre-School Playgroup to buy an iPad for use during assessments and monitoring.

Coun Sandra Harrison awarded £199.90 to Saltfleet Sports and Social Field Committee to buy dog litter bins for the sports field.

Coun Terry Knowles awarded £500 to The Honeysuckle Club to organise a mystery tour outing for members of the club, and he also awarded £500 to Grimoldby Cricket Club towards playing field repairs.

Coun Robert Palmer awarded £250 to North Somercotes Parish Council towards a ‘meals on wheels’ service.

Coun Daniel Simpson awarded £500 to the Lincoln sand Lindsey Blind Society to fund training for a befriending service for people suffering from visual impairment.