Market Rasen Town Council is on the move
Restrictions are set to be put in place on a ‘dangerous’ road outside Market Rasen De Aston School after an urgent meeting took place to discuss children’s safety.
Market Rasen’s MP has spoken out about a report on a recent vote in the House of Commons.
Today (Friday April 12) is your final chance to register to vote in the upcoming parish, town and district council elections on Thursday May 2.
Lincolnshire County Council is considering creating an energy company in a bid to take back control over the supply.
Councils across Greater Lincolnshire have started preparations for European Union elections on May 23.
Caistor Town Council has seen a bumper number of candidates come forward for this year’s election.
Voters in Market Rasen will be heading to the polls on May 2 to vote for the district councillors only, as insufficient names were put forward for a town council election.
There is less than a week left to register your vote ahead of the district and parish council elections in May.
The local candidates for next month’s district council elections have been announced.
The starting gun has officially been fired on local elections across Lincolnshire and it looks like there’s a rise in independent thinking.
Market Rasen MP Sir Edward Leigh is one of just 21 MPs who have voted against updating sex and relationship education in schools to include teaching pupils about LGBT families.
Plans to bring a former Grasby quarry back into use as a tourist destination will be considered by West Lindsey District Council tonight (Wednesday).
Market Rasen Town Council’s monthly meeting takes place this evening (Wednesday, April 3).
A group of ‘committed leavers, Brexiteers and democrats’ will hold a meeting at the Bull Hotel in Horncastle next week (Thursday April 11) from 7pm, to discuss Brexit and democracy.
Lincolnshire’s Chief Constable is today (Tuesday) sending a message to communities across Lincolnshire that the force is working with partners during a ‘period of uncertainty’ in the Brexit process.
West Lindsey District Council reclaimed more than £400,000 in overpaid housing benefit from claimants, which charities say could push them dangerously into debt.
Market Rasen’s MP, Sir Edward Leigh, has spoken out after supporting two of the eight options put forward during last night’s indicative votes on the Brexit process.