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Over 30 good causes have already registered to sign up to benefit from the new South & East Lincolnshire Community Lottery.
Local housing company Ashley King (Developments) Limited has pleaded guilty to contravening a tree preservation order made by South Holland District Council in 2019, following the cutting down of a protected tree in Crowland.
Litter, dog-fouling and fly-tipping and other enviro-crime offences which blight communities are to be tackled with enforcement across the whole of the South and East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership geographical area.
A four week programme of refurbishment and resurfacing work at Spalding bus station is due to get underway next week, as part of around £100,000 of investment in the site by South Holland District Council.
New high-tech CCTV cameras in are due to installed in Spalding in 18 key spots this week following a successful bid for Central Government's Safer Streets Funding earlier this year.
Whereas it has pleased Almighty God to call to His Mercy our late Sovereign Lady Queen Elizabeth the Second of Blessed and Glorious Memory, by whose Decease the Crown of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland is solely and rightfully come to The Prince Charles Philip Arthur George
A Local Proclamation will take place in South Holland on Sunday 11 September in an historic tradition to formally announce King Charles III as Monarch.
As the Chairman of South Holland District Council, I have to report that our much-loved Queen Elizabeth the Second passed away at Balmoral on Thursday 8 September. Her Majesty will surely be remembered as the greatest Monarch the United Kingdom has ever had.
Five South Holland fly-tippers came away with fixed penalty notices (FPNs) totalling £1,000 between 4 July and 4 August, as the District Council continued to crack down on offenders.
A statement from Lincolnshire County Council with regards to educational travel bus passes: