The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
Work to remove trees which are damaging a section of the A52 will take place for approximately two weeks from 4 December, weather permitting.
The traditional countryside skill of hedgelaying is set to be revived by volunteers in the Coastal Country Park this winter.
Better connections with the capital have been promised as part of changes to the East Coast mainline.
Residents and visitors can now use Lincoln’s bike hire scheme - hirebike - using a casual day tariff.
Road repairs will be carried out on the A631 at Kelstern, between Louth and Binbrook, for two days from Thursday 27 November, weather permitting.
The Historic Lincoln Trust has secured a £1.4m donation for the Lincoln Castle Revealed project.
Lincolnshire County Council is warning parents about the danger of blind cords, after a child dies in a reported blind cord accident in Northern Ireland.
Father Christmas is coming to The Collection in Lincoln next month.
Visitors to The Collection in Lincoln can meet a very special robot during EU Robotics Week.
Work to repair the safety barriers on the bridge will take place between 7pm and 6am on Thursday 27 November.
A plaque will be unveiled at Lincoln’s Energy from Waste (EfW) facility during a special ceremony on 27 November marking the plant’s official opening.
Blessings will be bestowed on Lincolnshire’s gritters next week at ceremonies at each of the county’s eight depots - with the Bishop of Lincoln, the Right Reverend Christopher Lowson, being welcomed to the Sturton-by-Stow depot.
Works to improve the footpath from the junction of Belton Lane towards Gonerby Moor will now be completed by Monday 24 November.
Businesses in Lincoln could be eligible for a £5,000 grant to encourage employees to travel in a more environmentally friendly way.
A 12-week consultation on proposals to update the way Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue delivers services has been launched.
Mablethorpe Technology Hub is hosting a digital technology event for local school children and businesses to trial the latest equipment on Friday 21st November.
A programme of scooter training has been launched at St. Michael’s Church of England Primary School in Thorpe on the Hill, near Lincoln.
The Lincolnshire Domestic Abuse Partnership is supporting a national campaign against domestic abuse on 25 November.
A Lincolnshire County Council project to reduce schools’ energy use has taken top place in a national competition.
Following an approach from a not-for-profit organisation, bids could be invited for the running of local library services.
Events to celebrate the magic of Christmas are taking place at libraries across Lincolnshire this December.
A voluntary group behind the most comprehensive survey of Lincoln’s heritage will be presenting its latest research at Lincolnshire Archives.
Work to upgrade traffic lights and pedestrian crossings at the junction of Middlegate and Tinkle Street in Manby will take place over four weeks starting Wednesday, 19 November.
A pilot project in Boston, Lincoln and Spalding is encouraging people to find out if drinking could be affecting their long-term health.
If you’re looking to get in the Christmas spirit in authentic, festive style, then now’s your chance!
If you’re an internet novice looking to join the online world, help is at hand.
A 16-year plan to boost Sleaford’s economy by improving transport in and around the town has been given the go-ahead by county and district councillors.
Lincoln Castle is looking for local volunteers to help make sure visitors have the best experience possible.
The road will be closed weekdays from 1 December to 12 December, between 8.30am to 4pm. A signed diversion will be in place via King Street, the A1175, the A15, Maxey Road, and the High Street.
Temporary three-way traffic lights will be in place at the Wragby Road and Outer Circle Road junction while resurfacing work is carried out.
Father Christmas will be bringing some festive magic to the castle on selected dates in November and December.
Two individuals have today pleaded guilty to offences relating to overnight parking at the Huttoft Car Terrace.
The Lincolnshire Technology Hubs, set up as part of Lincolnshire County Council’s onlincolnshire project, won the Digital Education and Expertise Award 2014.
The A57 at Burton Waters will be closed for seven nights while resurfacing is carried out, weather permitting.
Parents with children starting reception at primary or junior school in September 2015 can apply for places from Monday, 17 November.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is asking residents to pull the plug on electrical items as part of a countywide safety campaign.
Local businesses can discover how the latest technology can boost their trade in events being held for Global Entrepreneurship Week.
Schoolchildren from South Hykeham Primary School have officially opened a new footway and cycle path in South Hykeham.
Lincolnshire’s Domestic Abuse Service wants to hear from survivors of domestic abuse to help shape future support services.
Help remember the fallen this Armistice Day by contributing to Lincolnshire Remembrance online database
Local people are being urged to make the ultimate act of remembrance this Armistice Day by helping to ensure the names and memories of Lincolnshire’s fallen live on.