South Holland District Council is undertaking work to shape future plans for their provision of leisure across the district, and is asking for the help of residents to get the clearest possible picture of their opinions, current usage and ambitions for leisure provision and opportunities to exercise in the district.
The latest in a series of popular workshops for people thinking of starting their own business is returning next month, as South Holland District Council hosts the Starting in Business course to help people get the skills and help they need.
Plans to construct the northern and southern sections of Spalding's new relief road have been backed by the county council's Planning and Regulation Committee.
Visitors to Ayscoughfee Hall this weekend will be able to dig for artefacts, take part in activities, view special collections and hear fascinating talks from local experts about the history of Spalding and the fens, as part of the 3rd annual Festival of Archaeology.
South Holland District Council is running a series of free family fun days this summer through their 'Activate!' programme, a series of activity days for children and young people in July and August. These will take place during the week and move around a variety of towns and villages within the district.
A man who responded to a Facebook request for the disposal of household waste despite not having a licence was fined last month, after the items were then fly-tipped in Holbeach.
There was a huge turnout of families looking to Give it a Go in Spalding this weekend, as over 900 people visited Sir Halley Stewart Playing Field in Spalding to try a wide range of free activities and sports.
A Long Sutton woman received a significant fine at court earlier this week, after she pleaded guilty to several breaches of a Community Protection Notice (CPN) relating to noise coming from her property.