The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
As workers prepare to swap four wheels for two on Cycle to Work Day (September 3), remember, the city’s hirebikes are ideal for short commutes and leisurely bike rides.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards is reminding the public to stay on their guard for bogus calls after more reports of calls from the county council.
New Rural Development Programme funds are being launched to support financial investment into small rural business and community projects to boost their capacity and productivity.
As the renewal deadline approaches, Lincolnshire Trading Standards is reminding those businesses who are yet to reapply for their explosives licence to do so now.
The county council is encouraging people to have their say in a consultation about what people are asked to pay towards their non-residential care, before 28 September.
Artists Eloquent Fold will be holding a series of 4 free of charge creative workshops at Boston Library.
Early indications of GCSE results across Lincolnshire show continued improvements this year.
After two fires in the past 48 hours being started by cooking being left unattended, one where a pet hamster sadly died, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is calling on families and carers to stay vigilant during the teatime rush.
As young people across the county collect their exam results, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is encouraging those who don’t know what to do next to take a look at the Prince’s Trust Team Programme.
Works to refurbish the pelican crossing on London Road near Sainsbury’s will start on Tuesday 1st September, lasting two weeks.
This August Bank Holiday, the Old Hall will come alive with fun and games for all the family.
The Lincolnshire Counter Fraud Partnership is cracking down on people falsely claiming discounts on their council tax, as part of wider fraud initiatives.
Lincolnshire’s Great Exhibition has reached its halfway stage and has another six weeks to run before closing on September 27th. To date almost 10,000 people have visited the exhibition in The Collection and in the Usher where admission is free.
GCSE results day can be a nerve-racking experience for anyone waiting for their results - the message is don’t panic, there’s plenty of advice and help out there for you.
CBeebies favourite Mike the Knight will be leading a packed weekend of family fun at the historic Lincoln landmark later this month.
Provisional results from 36 out of 39 sixth forms in Lincolnshire show an increase in A-level passes and an increase in higher level grades awarded.
Youngsters are being advised to sign up now to avoid disappointment, as spaces for the Prince’s Trust Team Programme are filling up fast.
Today, Lincolnshire Trading Standards led a multi-agency investigation raiding a number of homes in Mablethorpe, resulting in the seizure of thousands of cigarettes and packets of hand rolling tobacco.
After two caravan fires last weekend, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is advising all caravan owners and campers to take fire safety seriously.
Alzheimer’s Society will offer information, advice and signposting as part of the Dementia Family Support Service, funded by Lincolnshire County Council, from October 2015.
The Gateway, the new student accommodation off Ruston Way in Lincoln, will be used as the location for a fire brigade training exercise on Monday 17 August.
Youngsters from Boston celebrated their success last Friday (7 August) with a private tour of Boston United’s Jakemans Stadium and special graduation ceremony at the ground.
The Learning Disability Partnership Board and Just Lincolnshire will be hosting Stronger Together, a free event at Lincoln Castle on 18 August.
For the first time, Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is hosting an interactive open day, with members of the public being invited to come along and get involved.
An innovative new project has been launched by Lincolnshire County Council and Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner to help keep town centres across Lincolnshire safe.
Lincolnshire County Council’s Fostering and Adoption Service is staging a community engagement roadshow in a bid to attract more foster carers and adopters on 13 August in Lincoln and 14 August in Stamford.
Appeal Court rejects legal challenge over planning permission for a section of Grantham’s Southern Relief Road.
A-level results day can be a nerve-racking experience for students waiting for their results - the message is don’t panic, there’s plenty of advice and help out there for you.
A Lincoln shopkeeper who sold counterfeit cigarettes has been sentenced at Lincoln Magistrates Court.
Greater Lincolnshire has been awarded £93.1 million to help create jobs and boost skills.
An upcoming exhibition is exploring the county’s relationship with a famous British aircraft manufacturer.
Shopping for food when you suffer from allergies or intolerances can be difficult, so consumers are being reminded to check the labelling carefully.
The Department for Transport (DfT) will be considering plans for Lincoln’s Eastern Bypass next week, after Lincolnshire County Council revised its application.
Young People are being encouraged to take the next step and sign up for a life changing and adventurous personal development course run by Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue.
Work on a new zebra crossing near St Anne’s Primary School, Grantham is set to be completed during the school holidays.
Lincolnshire’s response to the national Troubled Families Programme, led by the Families Working Together partnership, has successfully helped 1370 families.
Heckington Windmill is inviting people from the area to share their memories or family memories of windmills at an event on Saturday 8 August.
After much anticipation, the official programme for Festival800, Lincoln’s creative and cultural response to the 800-year journey from Magna Carta to the present day, has been revealed.
The Historic Lincoln Trust, Lincoln Cathedral and The Collection are delighted to announce a programme of special events during August and September linked to Lincolnshire’s Great Exhibition.
The service brings together specialist advocacy for adults, children and young people across Lincolnshire into one service, with more ways for people to speak directly to fully-trained advocates.