Lincolnshire County Council news on schools, roads, transport, tourism, housing, planning, environment, health, social care, family history and councillors
Lincolnshire County Council’s ‘Ask for Angela’ campaign and its founder, has won a national award for promoting personal safety.
The Lincolnshire Chalk Streams Project is running free events for all ages over the Easter holidays, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund and Lincolnshire County Council.
The Lincolnshire Autism Partnership is urging people understand more about autism this World Autism Awareness Week (27 March – 2 April).
The latest independent Domestic Homicide Review into the circumstances around the death of ‘Mrs F’ in Lincoln in 2014 has been published.
Looking for something fun to do over the holidays? Lincoln Castle has a jam packed programme of events to enjoy!
Lincolnshire scoops award at the East Midlands Energy Efficiency Awards.
Lincolnshire’s Fire and Police services will officially take up residence in shared headquarters in Nettleham today (March 22).
Failing sections of the carriageway are to be repaired ahead of surface dressing, with works starting on Wednesday 5 April.
Improvements are planned to begin on Monday 10 April for two key junctions on the A16 in Boston.
Lincolnshire County Council’s executive have published their formal response to the county’s Sustainability and Transformation Plan (STP).
Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue’s latest group of recruits has successfully completed 32 days of intensive training.
From 8 April, Lincoln Castle will be launching its Early Morning Explorers sessions for families with young children with Autism.
Improvement works will include resurfacing near Spalding, Market Deeping and Bourne, as well as a new roundabout being built to replace the current A17/A151 Peppermint Junction in Holbeach.
The Energy from Waste facility in North Hykeham celebrates its third anniversary this March of being fully operational.
County councillors, Eurovia UK, Greater Lincolnshire LEP and others joined together to officially break ground in Holbeach ahead of works starting to improve the current A17/A151 junction.
If you’re planning on saying it with flowers this Mother’s Day, Sunday 26 March, Lincolnshire Trading Standards has tips on what to do if your blooms aren’t blooming, arrive late, or just don’t look like what you ordered.
Improvement works to replace worn out carriageway from the Heaton Street / Southolme junction with the A159, heading north towards Oldrids, will start on Monday 20 March.
Lincolnshire County Council’s heritage service has been awarded grant funding from the Heritage Lottery Fund under its Skills for the Future programme.
Work on the new North Sea Observatory is progressing in Chapel St Leonards and will give nature lovers a new way to experience the stunning Lincolnshire coast.
Survivors of domestic abuse in Lincolnshire are being asked to give their feedback to help shape the county’s services.
Eurovia UK has been selected as the preferred contractor to undertake works to improve the current A17/A151 junction by installing two new roundabouts.
Construction firm Galliford Try is set to carry out pre-contract works including hedge clearance before contractors break ground on the second phase of the scheme.
Improvements include junction alterations and resurfacing to enhance safety, with works due to start on Monday 13 March.
Lincolnshire Adoption Service is looking for new adopters to come forward and give loving homes to children in need.
Access Lincoln’s popular hirebike service will soon be offering electric bikes – making a host of new journeys possible.
The earliest surviving public record – the Domesday Book – will make a once-in-a-generation trip to Lincoln Castle as part of a major exhibition for 2017.
Lincolnshire County Council has now set out the admission arrangements for community and voluntary controlled schools for the 2018 intake.
Government funding has been secured for multi-million pound improvements at key junctions in Lincoln and Sutterton.
The Government has today published its Midlands Engine Strategy, marking an important moment for the region.
Greater Lincolnshire has secured £29.45m of Government funding for a range of major projects designed to drive growth.
The current closure of Kennel Lane is being extended by one week, subject to reasonable weather conditions, so that additional surfacing works can be completed along the road.
A PCSO from Horncastle will be hopping on board a CallConnect service each week to meet his local community.
Lincolnshire Trading Standards is warning county residents against using unregulated will writing companies to prepare wills.
Spoil your mum this Mother’s Day with an exclusive vintage afternoon tea at Gainsborough Old Hall on 26 March.
Residents encouraged to have their when consultation begins on the new East Midlands rail franchise.
The council’s executive met today to discuss the blue light collaboration project, taking a key decision on plans for a new campus for Lincolnshire’s emergency services.
Professionals and amateurs are welcome to create poetry inspired by Lincolnshire’s Chalk Streams and enter it into a competition to win the cash prize
Improvements include increasing westbound capacity and improving safety and drainage at Greetwell Hollow, with works due to start on Monday 20 March.
Lincolnshire County Council has been awarded a £975,000 grant from the Department for Transport meaning the project will now be able to build on its success and continue to 2020.
Get a glimpse into Lincoln’s hidden past as a unique part of the city’s heritage is opened up to the public on Friday 10 March.