Have a say on fire service risk management plan

Lincolnshire Fire and Rescue is asking for residents’ input on its community plan which identifies key risks and how it responds to them. The service is currently developing its Community, or Risk Management, Plan for 2020-2023 which outlines its commitment to...

£50,000 available for not for profits across Greater Lincolnshire

Groups and organisations which support vulnerable and isolated people in Lincolnshire are being invited to apply for a grant of up to £50,000. Lincolnshire Community Foundation has announced that following receipt of further funds, grants are available from the Evan...

Could you help people dealing with grief?

The Boston and District Branch of Cruse Bereavement Care is recruiting volunteers who feel able to offer support to those experiencing problems with grief. Full initial and ongoing training is given for this rewarding  voluntary work with the UK’s leading...

Patients’ chance to have a say on surgery’s future

Patients are being reassured that nothing will change during the process to find a new provider at The Sidings Medical Practice in Boston. Lincolnshire Community Health Services (LCHS) are currently providing services at surgery under a short-term caretaking contract,...

Lincolnshire coast among country’s most deprived areas

Parts of Lincolnshire’s coastline are among some of the most deprived areas of the country, according to a new report. The Indices of Deprivation 2019 show a clear area around the coast of Lincolnshire, particularly around the towns of Mablethorpe and Skegness,...
Chance for charities to shine at awards ceremony

Chance for charities to shine at awards ceremony

Nominations are now open for new awards ceremony which celebrates all the great things charities have been doing in the East Midlands. For the first time, charities, social enterprise. volunteers groups and not-for-profit organisations have the opportunity to be...