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Green light for speed limit reduction

Lincolnshire County Council has voted to cut the speed limit on the B1202 through Linwood after a campaign by residents.

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Rasen Council column: Supporting summer events

The Town Council is supporting a number of leisure events for residents and visitors during the coming summer months.

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‘Beach’ returns to Gainsborough this summer!

Gainsborough’s popular ‘beach’ will return to the Market Place this year for two days of seaside fun.

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PCC Marc Jones

UPDATE: Lincolnshire PCC ‘stunned and appalled’ after new upskirting law is blocked

UPDATE: Lincolnshire’s Police and Crime Commissioner, Marc Jones, said on Friday evening: “This Bill had cross Party support and has been frustrated by a single individual who appears to object to the principle of Private Members Bills rather that the content of the Bill itself.

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These teddies have already sold out across local Co-op stores. But there is a chance to win them in their upcoming competitions.

Lincolnshire Co-Op drumming up support for armed forces charities.

As the RAF marks its 100th birthday this year, and to recognise the dedication of service people past and present, Lincolnshire Co-op is raising money for the Royal British Legion and the RAF Benevolent Fund.

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Gala dinner for Sir Edward to mark 35 years as MP

Market Rasen MP Sir Edward Leigh was honoured at a recent gala dinner.

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MP’s column - Reduction in absolute poverty

Readers are by now well aware that I never shy away from highlighting problems that need to be addressed.

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Still waiting for pothole repairs

Residents living in Dog Kennel Wood are still waiting for pothole repairs to Broom Covert Lane - despite Lincolnshire County Council’s promise to sort it out four months ago.

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Thames ambulance service makes improvements on performance for Lincolnshire patients

Thames ambulance service makes improvements on performance for Lincolnshire patients

Councillors have said progress has been made by Thames Ambulance Service since an improvement plan was put in place by Lincolnshire West Clinical Commissioning Group.

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Middle Rasen plans for travelling circus

A family travelling circus could be stationed near Middle Rasen, when not on tour, if latest plans are approved by West Lindsey District Council.

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The site of Market Rasen's new dry leisure centre

Site secured for new Rasen leisure centre

Exciting plans to build a multi-million pound leisure centre in Market Rasen have taken a step closer after West Lindsey District Council secured a site for development.

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New opening hours for West Lindsey Council

West Lindsey District Council has reviewed its opening hours to make it easier for customers to access services.

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Coun Prestwood said that youths are littering and causing damage to the ball park in Hemswell Cliff (pictured).

‘Feral’ gang continues to run riot

The chairman of Hemswell Cliff Parish Council has faced criticism after speaking out about a gang of ‘feral kids’ which he says are causing mayhem and criminal damage.

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‘Sensible’ growth for villages with plans

Residents of Osgodby and Great Limber have cast their votes in support of two new Neighbourhood Plans to be adopted in their local area.

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‘There was an awful lot of money and power for Lincolnshire last time round’ - Boston and Skegness MP explains why he set up devolution meetings

‘There was an awful lot of money and power for Lincolnshire last time round’ - Boston and Skegness MP explains why he set up devolution meetings

The MP for Boston and Skegness said that he set up a meeting between the Ministry for Housing, Communities and Local Government and the county’s council leaders to see if there was a way to “rejuvenate” the Greater Lincolnshire devolution deal.

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Kelsey oil drilling plan: ‘Considerable problems’ to come

North Kelsey’s county councillor Lewis Strange has assured residents he tried his best to block a controversial planning application for oil drilling in North Kelsey.

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The Festival Hall

Council’s monthly meeting

Market Rasen Town Council’s monthly meeting takes place at 7pm this evening, Wednesday, June 6, in the committee room at Festival Hall.

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Senior county councillors support streetlight review recommendations for Lincolnshire

Senior county councillors have supported recommendations for new strategies to measure the impact of Lincolnshire County Council’s streetlight switch-off across the county.

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Caistor Council meeting move

The June meeting of Caistor Town Council will be held a week earlier than usual.

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New homes near Caistor

Planners at West Lindsey District Council have approved an application for eight new homes to be built on the edge of Caistor.

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