South Holland residents are being encouraged to take time to remember the 75th anniversary of VE Day safely from their homes and gardens on Friday 8 May, with a series of activities, recipes and decorations suggested by South Holland District Council and Ayscoughfee Hall.
From today (Monday 18 May), South Holland District Council has taken the decision to re-open Spalding Cemetery at its normal opening hours, in line with the latest Government guidance.
South Holland District Council has showed its continued commitment to providing quality leisure services in the area, agreeing a financial support strategy to help Parkwood, the District's leisure provider, keep delivering once lockdown is lifted.
South Holland District Council's Housing team have pulled out all the stops for one of their tenants, identifying, preparing and helping her to move into a new property in the space of just four days after it became clear she would no longer be able to remain in her old flat due to mobility issues.
South Holland District Council has become the first local authority in Lincolnshire to hold an online official meeting since the Coronavirus lockdown begun, with a 'virtual' Licensing hearing taking place last Friday (17 April).
In response to COVID-19 government guidance and social distancing the Environmental Protection Team have adapted the service it provides. We are currently unable to carry out site visits or face to face meetings.
South Holland District Council has distributed nearly £8 million worth of grants to businesses in the District so far, as part of a package of support in response to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
South Holland District Council has begun the process of distributing over £19million worth of grant and relief payment to small businesses in the District, to support them through the impact of COVID-19.
Due to staff sickness levels as a result of COVID-19 we are no longer able to provide additional sacks to properties. Our priority is to maintain our routine twice yearly delivery of sacks to all properties across the district during these difficult times.
South Holland District Council is working to offer a new range of support to local residents who are struggling financially due to the impact of Coronavirus, with additional schemes to provide crucial council tax relief for vulnerable households.