The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
Washingborough Road, Lincoln, will be closed overnight on Thursday and Friday as part of the Canwick Road improvement scheme works
Overnight closures between 8pm and 6am will take place on Washingborough Road on Thursday and Friday this week (April 30 and May 1).
In celebration of the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta, Lincoln Castle is presenting an immersive medieval weekend. Meet King John, his court and the barons, hear their grievances and enjoy a whole host of medieval entertainment - with soldiers and swordsmen, troopers and horses.
The UK’s International Search and Rescue Team have flown to Nepal to help with rescue efforts following the earthquake disaster.
As part of a multi-million pound project to replace the surface on various principal roads across the county, the A607 North Street will be closed from 6pm to midnight for three days, starting tonight (Monday, April 27).
The Lincolnshire Chalk Streams project (LSCP) has been working with landowners and communities to improve sections of chalk stream, a rare wildlife habitat found in the Lincolnshire Wolds.
Over five-thousand school children in Lincolnshire have been warned about the dangers of legal highs, thanks to a new education programme.
Housing charity Framework opened the Corner House in Lincoln in 2014. The facility works with homeless people with substance misuse issues, and was built with funding from a range of sources.
A large selection of books, DVDs and other items will be up for grabs in a book sale at Lincoln Central Library between the 25 April and 1 May.
As more stations and bikes are added to Lincoln’s bike hire network, the tariff for the Lincoln scheme - hirebike - will change next month.
Have some free time and looking for a new challenge? Why not help preserve one of England’s rarest natural habitats.
The football season may be nearly over, but another must-see match has been added to the calendar - Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue v Lincolnshire Police.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue ran a training exercise on the Brayford in Lincoln on Friday 17 April, in support of the Chief Fire Officers Association’s Drowning Prevention and Water Safety Week.
As part of a multi-million pound project to replace the thin surface on various principal roads across the county, the A607 Brook Street and Brownlow Street will be closed from 6pm to midnight for five days, starting tonight (Monday, April 20).
The first stage of work on a new visitor centre at Gibraltar Point Nature Reserve is set to start on Monday 20 April. The original centre was badly damaged during a tidal surge in December 2013.
With just six weeks to go to the planned completion of the Canwick Road improvements, a new stage of overnight closures is due to start on April 21.
Young people are being encouraged to sign up for a life-changing personal development course, run by Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards is warning the public to be alert after a number of people say they have been targeted by a bogus caller.
On Tuesday 21st April, Scothern Lane in Langworth will be closed to through traffic to allow resurfacing work and carriageway widening to take place.
The council is starting its search for an external organisation to potentially deliver library services on its behalf.
The vast majority of children, 93%, have been given a place at their school of choice through the admissions system this year, despite an increase in the number of requests for the more popular schools.
Residents in Lincolnshire have just over a week to nominate members of their communities for the Good Citizens Awards 2015.
On 23 April, Louth and Spalding Library will be joining in the World Book Night celebrations with a book give-away.
A conference in Lincoln on 22 April will encourage organisations to learn more about dementia and help make the city of Lincoln a dementia friendly community.
A daughter whose mother lost her life in a fire linked to illegal cigarettes is reminding people of their dangers in the run up to the anniversary of the tragic incident.
See the legendary St George come alive and face his fearsome foe, the deadly Dragon, along with daring medieval horseback skill at arms, musicians, merriment, and a court jester during a weekend of medieval fun at Lincoln Castle.
On Monday 13 April, Kexby Road in Glentworth will close to traffic to allow resurfacing work to take place.
Discover the faces of poets working today, including Benjamin Zephaniah, Simon Armitage and Carol Ann Duffy, in this touring exhibition from the National Portrait Gallery.
Environmental consultants Delta-Simons have reduced the number of single occupancy car journeys to their office on Doddington Road by 8% - a total of 4 less cars on the road per day.
The A1137 Fydell Street at the junction with Castle Street, Boston, will be closed from 6pm on Friday 10 April until 6pm on Monday 13 April under an emergency road closure.
Access Lincoln has been announced as a supporting sponsor for the British Cycling National Road Race Championships in Lincoln from 25 to 28 June 2015.
On Thursday 9 April, Belt Road in Gainsborough will close to traffic to allow resurfacing work to take place.
You can explore the wonders of the night sky at a free event at Lincoln Central Library later this month.
Parents who have applied online for a reception or junior place at their primary school can collect their offer from Thursday, 16 April 2015.
Lincoln will be putting a new spin on the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta this summer with the premiere of a street dance tribute to freedom from one of Britain’s most popular dance groups, Diversity.
Resurfacing works will be taking place at the A15 near Dyke from 7 April to 25 April. Work will be overnight from 7pm to 6am, Monday to Friday, to reduce disruption to motorists.
Campaigners have asked the High Court to review planned changes to local library services.
An individual has today been found guilty of two offences relating to overnight parking at the Huttoft Car Terrace.
Lincolnshire County Council’s popular CallConnect bus service has launched a new online booking system, providing a fast and convenient service to help customers plan their journeys online.
Lincolnshire County Council is welcoming a local motorbike shop to the Kirton Distribution Park, and is delighted Duckworth Land Rover is also hoping to move in.
Lincolnshire County Council’s sustainable transport project Access LN6, will evolve and change its name to Access Lincoln this week.