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November proved a busy month for South Holland District Council's Public Protection team, with 20 prosecutions for those who failed to pay FPNs (Fixed Penalty Notices) for littering offences and a further 109 FPNs were issued for offenders caught fly-tipping, spitting or littering in the District.
Seven more new, quality properties in Crowland and Sutton St James have been made available for market rent following a purchase by Welland Homes, a housing company wholly owned by South Holland District Council.
The South and East Lincolnshire Community Lottery has gone from strength to strength in its first year. Celebrating its one year anniversary on Saturday 25 November, the scheme to date has managed to raise £34.7k in Boston, East Lindsey and South Holland, supporting local community groups and charities such as Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre, Woodhall Spa Cricket Club and Moulton Windmill.
Local businesses and skills providers in the South and East Lincolnshire sub-region can now apply for grants that will support the growth of jobs and higher pay in our area.
Residents are being urged to tell South Holland District Council if they are claiming Single Person Council Tax discount they are no longer entitled to.
As the festive season kicks off many Residents will undoubtedly be preparing for Christmas by finding the perfect place to celebrate with friends and family. South Holland District Council is encouraging residents to 'look before you book' using published food hygiene ratings.
Spalding's Christmas Light Switch-on event on Saturday 25 November was hailed a festive success as people came to the town centre to enjoy festivities, shop local and watch Spalding light up.
South Holland District Council's Leader, Cllr Nick Worth, has welcomed the prospect of a devolution deal for Greater Lincolnshire which will ensure Greater Lincolnshire, of which South Holland is an important part, gets the funding it needs to prosper and grow in the future.
South Holland District Council will resume its expansion of their popular garden waste scheme in January next year, giving thousands more residents across the District the chance to join.
The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership has held the first meeting of a new, strategic eight member board, drawing on experience from a variety of sectors to lead cultural change in South & East Lincolnshire and help to create a more vibrant and dynamic arts, cultural and heritage offer for residents and visitors.