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It's never been easier to plan out your fun-packed summer holidays in South Holland, with our digital Summer Fun brochure 2018 now live on our website, as well as available in hardcopy.
Visitors to Ayscoughfee Hall this weekend will have the chance to dig for artefacts and learn more about the history of Spalding and the fens, as part of the 2nd annual Festival of Archaeology.
Residents of South Holland are being encouraged to share what makes their town's high street special this week, as South Holland District Council support Great British High Street Week.
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 throughout August. These will take place during the week and move around towns and villages within the district.
Anyone looking to get active can come and enjoy a day of free activities to start off their summer at Castle Sports Complex in Spalding on July 22, with 1Life Festival and the Oceans of Fun Day.
South Holland residents are being urged to 'go digital' in returning their annual canvass form. These forms will be dropping through letterboxes throughout July and South Holland District Council is urging residents to make sure the information is accurate and up-to-date, and that they are returned, where possible, over the phone or online.
The South East Lincolnshire Joint Strategic Planning Committee has agreed a number of modifications to its Local Plan, which are now being opened up for public consultation.
Starting from July 11, South Holland will become the latest district to introduce the Universal Credit service, continuing the spread of this part of the government's welfare reform.
A 15 year old boy from Crowland has been served with an injunction after a court judged an ongoing spate of anti-social behaviour to have caused undue harassment and distress to residents across the town.
There's plenty of opportunity for outdoor fun in Deeping St Nicholas this summer after councillors from South Holland District Council and the Parish Council joined forces to fund the installation of new play equipment and interactive speed signs in the village.