‘How long do we have to wait to get potholes fixed in Skegness area?’

A motorist fears ‘someone could get killed’ if something isn’t done soon about a pothole near a school at Chapel St Leonards.

A suirvey on the impact of part lighting is to be discussed by Lincolnshire County Council's Scrutiny Panel. ANL-180217-074536001

More than 89% in some areas of Skegness say part lighting has had negative impact

More than 89% of residents in some areas of Skegness who took part in a survey on the impact of the part lighting of streets have said it has had a negative impact on their lives.

East Lindsey District Council would like to know who is responsible for this? ANL-180215-115617001

Who dumped this in Winthorpe? East Lindsey council wants to know

Residents are being asked for help in finding the person responsible for fly-tipping in Winthorpe.

Branch members Sue Oliver, left, and Stef Round man a staff at the coffee morning event in Spilsby.

A wild time at Trust in Spilsby and other highlights from villages

Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust - Spilsby Area Branch held a coffee morning which attracted new members - and raised £130 for the trust.
The meeting was held at Franklin Hall, in Spilsby, and featured an array of cakes made my members.
Branch chairman Stef Round said: “It was great to see different people with an interest in wildlife come along on the day.”
The group’s next event is an illustrated talk on wild orchids by Geoff Espin. This takes place on Thursday, March 1, at 7.30pm in the Franklin Hall.
Pictured above are trust members Sue Oliver, left, and Stef Round.

Lincolnshire County Council wants to bring back white lines to stop retailers blocking pathways. ANL-181202-144823001

Action to bring back white lines outside shops in Skegness to stop ‘A’ board obstruction

‘A’ boards are littering our streets and causing a hazard for pedestrians and mobility scooter riders.

A community clean-up project in East Lindsey.

ELDC supports Keep Britain Tidy’s spring clean project

Keep Britain Tidy is launching the ‘Great British Spring Clean’ campaign, to encourage people to get outdoors, get active and help clear up the rubbish.


Consultation to end flood risk on coast near Skegness

A consultation has been launched outlining the options available to manage the flood risk along the coast near Skegness.

Spilsby is just one of the areas where residents are complaining about potholes, in Spite of a ?5million repairs programme by Lincolnshire County Council. ANL-180129-161928001

£5m investment and roads in Skegness area ‘still like a battlefield’

Many residents remain unconvinced a £5million investment in repairing the roads in Lincolnshire is making any significant improvement for those travelling around the Skegness area.

Help shape and preserve the special landscape of the Wolds

Last chance to have your say on future of Lincolnshire Wolds

There are only a few days remaining to comment on a draft plan regarding the Lincolnshire Wolds Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).

Pat Dye on behalf of DFDS Seaways presents a cheque to Ian Mann for Coastal Access for All (Cafa). ANL-180125-170008001

Call for more seating on promenade in Ingoldmells

A ‘generous’ donation from the employers of a volunteer who helps tidy the coast’s beaches around Ingoldmells has sparked a call for more seating along the promenade.

A consultation has begun on Natural England's plan  to improve public access along a 57 mile stretch of coast between Skegness and Sutton Bridge. The new coastal path would take walkers through Gibraltar Point. ANL-180124-104744001

Have your say on coastal path to Skegness

A consultation has begun over plans to improve public access along a 57-mile stretch of coast between Skegness and Sutton Bridge.

Iceland take a stand against plastic

Iceland announces plastic-free packaging plan

Frozen food retailer Iceland has announced it will become the first major retailer globally to eliminate plastic packaging from all of its own brand products by the end of 2023.

Floods along the east coast in January 1953. ANL-180801-112056001

‘We live in constant danger’: Anniversary of 1953 floods which claimed 43 lives looms

“The sea was coming down the lane.

Rubbish overflowing from an industrial bin serving six flats in Cranwell Close. Now tenants have been told they will get individual bins. ANL-181201-123233001

Joy as tenants in Skegness struggling with rubbish are promised more bins

A community in Skegness are celebrating after struggling for months with just one industrial bin.


What to do with your real Christmas trees after the festive season

As the Christmas trimmings are put back in the loft for another year and all the festive cards are taken down, Lincolnshire residents may be pondering what to do with their real Christmas tree.

There are no flood alerts by the Environment Agency in place along the coast near Skegness. ANL-180301-114649001

Skegness to ‘escape threat from peak high tide’

Skegness is set to escape any threat of flooding in tonight’s peak Spring Tide - in spite of the storm that has been battering other parts of the country.

This picture of starfish washed up at Gibraltar Point was taken by MP Matt Warman. ANL-180301-112412001

Warning after dog dies eating ‘dead fish on beach’

The RNLI is warning walkers to be vigilant following the death of a dog in Norfolk after eating dead fish that had been washed up on the beach.

Matt Warman's photo of starfish washed up along the beach at Gibraltar Point, Skegness.

Starfish wash up in their thousands in Skegness

The beach at Gibraltar Point was tinted orange after thousands of starfish washed up during strong winds.


Expect traffic delays in Skegness as gas main is renewed

Work to keep the gas flowing to homes and businesses in Skegness for the rest of the century is starting – outside of the town’s busy tourist season.

Ho, ho, ho - a Christmas message from Jamie Elvidge,  Dive Officer at Skegness Aquarium. ANL-170812-164308001

Creature comforts at Christmas

‘Twas the night before Christmas,

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