Executive to discuss plans to increase Lincoln’s green space with new woodland
City of Lincoln Council’s Executive will discuss proposals later this month to transform land previously let for grazing into a new woodland and nature area for wildlife.
Help crown Hartsholme Country Park as UK’s favourite
City of Lincoln Council is urging nearby residents and visitors to vote to crown Hartsholme Country Park as one of the UK’s favourite parks.
Lincoln Social Responsibility Charter signee encourages support following generous food bank donation
Lincoln’s food banks are seeing an unprecedented demand for food currently, giving out as many food parcels in the first three months of this year as they did in the whole of 2016.
Three Lincoln parks awarded the coveted Green Flag Award as they are officially recognised as some of the country’s best parks
In a record-breaking year three Lincoln parks are raising the prestigious Green Flag Award.
Boultham Park to host weekend of events as rearranged Picnic in the Park joins Summer Fair
City of Lincoln Council has partnered with the Boultham Park Advisory Group to host a weekend of celebrations as it joins the annual Summer Fair with its rearranged Queen’s Platinum Jubilee event.
Further Lincoln Crematorium improvements scheduled for next month
Further improvements to City of Lincoln Council’s Lincoln Crematorium are scheduled to begin from 4 July.
Resident support sought as city council partners with Lincoln MP for £20m Levelling Up bid to alleviate traffic congestion on Skellingthorpe Road
Resident support is being sought for a £20 million bid to Government as part of its Levelling Up Fund Round Two, which will be used to alleviate traffic on Skellingthorpe Road.
One month to go: Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay to visit Lincoln
There is now just one month to go until the Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay visits Lincoln as part of its final journey through England this summer.
St Mary’s Guildhall awarded £228k as part of Historic England Regional Repair Grant programme
City of Lincoln Council can confirm St Mary’s Guildhall has been awarded £228,130 from Historic England as part of its Regional Repair Grant programme.
New Lincoln street named in memory of Rookery Lane family
City of Lincoln Council alongside representatives of Willmott Dixon joined a Lincoln family in celebrating the naming of a new street in the city.