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.
Council leader Lord Gary Porter has expressed extreme disappointment with today's Government announcement that South Holland will face the toughest restrictions when the national lockdown is lifted next Wednesday.
A West Pinchbeck man was fined last month by South Holland District Council, following an investigation into fly-tipping in Surfleet earlier in the year.
South Holland District Council launches new grant scheme to support businesses forced to close during lockdown
From today (18 November 2020), South Holland District Council has launched its new grant scheme to provide vital support for eligible businesses ordered to close during the latest national coronavirus lockdown.
A new festive project from South Holland District Council will see residents' creations brought to life around the District through animation, as part of the March of the Nutcrackers.
South Holland District Council's Cabinet has today announced a further four month extension to the waiving of market fees for new and existing traders, stretching their ongoing support following lockdown to ten months.
After a successful first event back in August, South Holland District Council and the Department for Work and Pensions (DWP) are holding another Virtual Jobs Fair on Friday 23 October to help residents and businesses in the District take their next career steps.
District councils in Lincolnshire have welcomed the news that Central Government supports their long-standing view that "now is not the right time" for local government reorganisation in the county.