After several successful workshops in 2019 to give aspiring business owners the skills they need to succeed, South Holland District Council is pleased to announce that more of the popular Starting in Business workshops will be taking place in the beginning of 2020.
Seven families have received an early Christmas present this week thanks to South Holland District Council.
With December here and preparations for the festive season well underway, people's thoughts will now be turning to finding the perfect place to celebrate with family, work colleagues and friends.
A Spalding shop has had its Premises Licence revoked today (Thursday 28 September), after it was found to be undertaking working practices which raised serious public safety concerns and the apparent use of an illegal worker.
Nutcracker soldiers will take point in Spalding town centre this December, as seasonal shoppers can enter a free competition to find them as part of the new Spalding Nutcracker Trail.
Santa and his Elves will be making an appearance at the Spalding Christmas Celebration on Sunday 8 December in Spalding Market Place and at Ayscoughfee Hall Museum and Gardens.
Ayscoughfee Hall is holding this year's Crafternoon Tea this Friday (8 November), offering free craft activities, hot drinks and even a biscuit or two, while also raising awareness and promoting conversation around mental health and wellbeing.
A South Holland landlord has been found guilty of failing to license a house in multiple occupation (HMO) on Vikings Way in Spalding, leading to a fine and other costs totalling over £1,200.
There is still time for residents to feedback on South Holland District Council's Council Tax Support Scheme for 2020/21, with the annual online consultation running until Friday 8 November.