The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
The £600,000 facility is designed to make life easier for those people wanting to dispose of their household waste.
The Chairman of Lincolnshire County Council, Cllr Ray Wootten presented a cheque for £1,200 for his chosen charity, the Police Roll of Honour Trust.
With the return of the Lincolnshire Energy Switch Scheme, you could stand a chance of saving up to £300 on your annual gas and electricity bill.
A recent traffic survey has found that the A15 at Northorpe in Lincolnshire, does meet the requirements for a pedestrian crossing.
The Heritage Skills Centre at Lincoln Castle is offering a series of taster sessions covering traditional skills.
Businesses will be able to learn the secrets of e-commerce, internet marketing and social media at a series of free events being offered by onlincolnshire.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards and Lincolnshire Police have teamed up for Operation Liberal.
onlincolnshire is hosting a free event in West Lindsey on Tuesday 29 April (8.30am) to help firms make the most of internet services.
A £125,000 scheme to transform South Marketplace in Alford, Lincolnshire is now complete and open to the public.
Parents who have applied online for their child to start school in reception or year 3 in September can collect their offer from 16 April 2014. Lincolnshire County Council will post offer letters tto parents who applied by telephone or by a paper form on the same day.
A team of eight travel advisors will be visiting a number of homes in Hykeham, Birchwood and Doddington Park to provide information about local public transport options.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards has prosecuted the owner of Foods 4 You in Lincoln for selling illegal and fake cigarettes.
A range of projects benefitting residents of St Giles, Lincoln have received support from a £2,000 grant from Cllr Neil Murray.
More than 13,900 more homes and businesses can now access fibre broadband, as the onlincolnshire project reaches the end of a successful first year.
Lincolnshire County Council has teamed up with students from the University of Lincoln to encourage young people to speak out against domestic abuse.
Lincolnshire County Council is holding a drop-in event to discuss the Canwick Road improvements on Tuesday 8 April from 1pm to 6.30pm.
Young people in Lincolnshire are being offered the chance to gain qualifications and boost their self-esteem on a peer mentoring course supported by Lincolnshire County Council.
A new Lincolnshire Coastal County Park events programme has been launched, which runs from April to December.
St Thomas’ Children’s Centre and John Fielding Community Special School have benefitted from £500 Big Society Fund grants from Lincolnshire County Councillor Alison Austin.
The Easter What’s On Guide 2014 from the Family Information Service (FIS) is available online, packed with ideas for fun activities over the holidays.
Staff at The Showroom in Lincoln have benefited from three bikes which were refurbished at a weekly Access LN6 bike workshop, and donated to those whose bikes have been stolen.
Advice for older people and those with heart or lung problems affected by higher air pollution levels
Older people and those with heart or lung problems may wish to avoid strenuous activity outdoors as the county will see higher than normal air pollution levels this week.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards has prosecuted a local garage owner who admitted to be deliberately overcharging fuel card customers.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards is reminding consumers to check T&Cs carefully when shopping online, after a number of complaints about being caught out by diet pill contracts.
A new service launching on 1 April will help more people to stay independent in their homes for longer, bringing assessment, monitoring and response services together in one place.
Lincolnshire Carers and Young Carers Partnership (LCYCP) and Lincolnshire County Council are asking how they can best support carers over the next four years in a consultation ending on 11 April.
Century-old documents are to go on display in a free exhibition exploring the start of the First World War.
Thousands of visitors from all over the East of England and the Midlands are expected to flock to Belton for the best family day out ever staged alongside the annual Horse Trials (4 to 6 Apri).
Designers, architects and manufacturers have learned how 3D equipment can help them grow their business at the opening of the fifth Lincolnshire Technology Hub in Horncastle.
Plan your special day at Gainsborough Old Hall's wedding open day, with Honeysuckle and Castle wedding planners
Prospective brides and grooms can find out how Gainsborough Old Hall can make their special day one they’ll remember forever at a weddings open day on Sunday 6 April, 11am to 3pm.
People dealing with dementia can share their experiences, tips, and advice at a human library event in Gainsborough on Thursday 27 March.
Access LN6 encourages people to use the the bus through ‘Your Bus’ campaign
Young people taking the next step in their life are being invited to sign up for a life-changing and adventurous personal development course.
LCC launches new school programme to educate young people that crime doesnt pay.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards is warning the public to be on the lookout for bogus letters and emails claiming they have won a substantial amount of money in a Spanish lottery scam.
The Lincolnshire Doorstep Crime Conference being held at Lincolnshire Police HQ on Tueday 25 March will cover, amongst other issues, distraction burglary, bogus callers and unscrupulous sales people.
The award-winning Digital Unite initiative makes it possible for people to try out computers, tablets and the internet between 31 March and 4 April.
Mothers’ Day marks the fifth anniversary of reality TV star Jade Goody’s death from cervical cancer - and health professionals are reminding women to get screened regularly for the disease.
Lincolnshire County Council has now signed a contract with the international services company Serco, which will deliver savings of more than £14million over five years.
Lincolnshire County Council will be carrying out road repairs on the A156 Lea Road in Gainsborough for approximately three weeks.