South Holland District Council continues with the Government to offer vital support to businesses in the District feeling the greatest impact of the coronavirus pandemic, with a further £3.7million of support issued to over 420 eligible businesses since the end of November, bringing the total distributed to around £22million since last March.
Along with other civic buildings across the country, South Holland District Council will be flying its flags at half-mast to mark the sad passing of Captain Sir Tom Moore yesterday.
Today, in preparation for the opening of Lincolnshire's first large vaccination centre at Boston's Princess Royal Sports Arena (PRSA), letters have begun to be sent to people over 80 who live within 45 minutes driving distance, inviting them to book their vaccination through the national booking service (online or by telephone).
South Holland District Council wants to hear the opinions of all residents, partner organisations, businesses and other interested parties as part of the 2021/22 budget setting process.
South Holland District Council and its partners at Change4Lincs have given the perfect Christmas present to three former rough sleepers in the District, finding them a new permanent home and helping them into employment in the space of just six weeks.
Nine year old Annie Clough from South View Community Primary School has been chosen as the winning artist for South Holland District Council's Chairman's Christmas Card Competition.
It is with great sadness that we have had to take the difficult decision that it will not be possible for this year's festive market in Spalding to go ahead. This is always a highlight of the calendar for residents, visitors, traders and the council, and it is not a decision taken lightly.
People can get back to the gym at the leisure centres in Spalding and Long Sutton from Wednesday 2 December as fitness facilities are set to reopen following the second lockdown.
Council challenges government over "unwarranted" Tier 3 and restrictions lifted "at the first review"
South Holland District Council Leader Gary Porter has written to the Health Secretary Matt Hancock to express the Council's "deep disappointment" at last Thursday's decision to place the district in Tier 3 as well as assurances that South Holland can exit the highest level of COVID restrictions at the first review in a few weeks' time.