The latest news from Lincolnshire County Council on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care and councillors.
The Collection and Usher Gallery are pioneering a new way of curating their permanent collection of artwork- by putting the public in complete control of the display!
In March 2016, councils in the Greater Lincolnshire area signed a headline deal with the Government to have powers, resources and responsibilities devolved to the area. The first deal includes a single pot of £450m of investment funds (£15m per year for 30 years) in addition to these devolved powers.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is taking the opportunity during Deaf Awareness Week (2-8 May) to remind people affected by hearing loss to ensure that they have a specialist smoke alarm fitted.
A new exhibition is bringing together an iconic 19th century photographer and contemporary artists to explore the importance of titles in art.
Saltfleetby CE Primary School will close from 31 August 2016.
Work on fourth phase of new footpath and cyclepath to start along B1397 London Road between Wyberton and Kirton
Work is due to start on Tuesday 3 May on construction of Phase 4 of the new footway/cycleway which will eventually run from Wyberton to Kirton.
Anglian Water has been carrying out emergency repairs to a collapsed sewer in Wragby.
A pop-up workshop at Gainsborough Old Hall will give you the furniture-painting skills you need to transform your own home.
The £1.5m facility has opened at South Fen Road, Bourne and is designed to make life easier for people wanting to recycle their household waste.
English, German and Welsh knights will make their way to Lincoln Castle this coming Bank Holiday Weekend to compete in a Grand Medieval Joust.
A new building to be built alongside Lincoln’s new East West Link Road will pay tribute to the early occupants of the former building which was knocked down enabling a wider junction to be built to accommodate more vehicles.
More than 90 per cent of homes and businesses in Lincolnshire now have access to superfast broadband - with thousands more set to benefit from further improvements.
Four authors will be sharing the secrets of their success at the popular Lincoln museum this May.
Business leaders from Lincolnshire’s leading property and construction businesses joined together to launch the county’s first ever industry awards.
At a time when 1 in 10 young people have a diagnosable mental health issue, Lincolnshire Libraries are throwing their support behind a scheme to help them with expert endorsed books available to borrow for free.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is holding an additional consultation event on Monday 9 May.
Lincolnshire County Council has awarded a new contract to national charity, Carers FIRST to offer support, advice and information to carers 1 June.
From next month people travelling from Hykeham Train Station will benefit from an extra East Midlands Train service into Lincoln each evening from Monday to Friday.
Next week, construction works will get underway on an impressive new gateway to the county - promising an economic boost for the local area.
The launch of the Lincolnshire Learning Partnership this week brings together all schools as part of a new sector led model of School improvement and development.
Master craftspeople will be showcasing a range of traditional arts next month - and helping you with your own creations!
Applications are now open to join Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue’s Team Programme.
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue reminds residents to stay safe as they celebrate the Queen’s birthday.
GLL have wasted no time in getting Lincoln Library ready for summer - opening a Reading Garden at the flagship city centre library.
Existing traffic signals at the Scotgate/West Street junction in Stamford have reached the end of their working life, and will be replaced with new equipment in May.
Lincolnshire County Council’s Domestic Abuse team supports this year’s National Stalking Awareness Week.
A new project will help young people in the county learn about their local war memorials - and the stories behind them.
The vast majority of children have been given a place at their school of choice through the admissions system this year.
Gainsborough Old Hall will be brought to life this April as two of the UK’s leading living history groups join together to portray medieval life in peace and war.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards joins up with Lincolnshire Police and other partners to crack down on rogue trading in the County.
Thanks to £4m of funding from the Greater Lincolnshire LEP, Lincolnshire County Council will start a major £5.7m project to improve roads, footpaths and cycle paths between Skegness and Ingoldmells this year.
Parents who have applied online for a reception or junior school place can collect their offer from Monday, 18 April 2016.
A project to enhance some of Lincolnshire’s most used roads will get underway this April.
Spalding firefighters thank the local community for their generosity after raising nearly £600 at charity car wash.
Work has now started to completely replace the road surface on Richmond Drive in Skegness.
Travel back to days of yore and see dashing knights do combat during two action-packed weekends at Lincoln Castle.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards visits 40 county residents who’ve fallen victim to scam mail.
You’ll be spoilt for choice this May Bank Holiday weekend as Gainsborough Old Hall hosts its annual craft fair.
Lincolnshire and Durham have been named as the two top performing highways authorities in the country.
At around 2:05pm today a gas main was damaged in the vicinity of Kesteven Street near to Pelham bridge