Skegness Town Council's new website has been up and running for a few months now and we would love to hear your opinion below.
If you have any ideas or recommendations for improvement, please contact us.
Skegness Town Council's Website
Skegness Town Council endeavours to make Skegness a better place to live, work and visit. Our website includes a wealth of information about how we conduct business and what we do. Find local groups and businesses in our community directory. Use the search or browse the site to find whatever you are looking for. If you can't find what you want or would like to recommend any improvements to our website then please contact us.
Skegness Town Council only covers the Town of Skegness and Winthorpe and does not provide the following:
- Highways, Bus Passes, Social Services or Libraries
- call 01522 552222 or
- visit Lincolnshire County Council Website.
- Cleansing, Refuse Collection, Council Tax, Benefits or Housing
For more information about services in the area, please see our A-Z of services.
Invite the Mayor
Part of the civic duties of the Skegness Town Mayor is to attend local events and functions. This is done to support the local community, to support local charities, to promote the Town as a visitor attraction and to mark special occasions or events. This may involve opening an event, making a short speech or perhaps presenting awards or prizes.
If you would like the Mayor to attend your event, please complete the booking form here.
Lincolnshire Sport is re-launching the Activity Finder making it easy to find sports and physical activities in your area.
The Activity Finder is Lincolnshire based and will only feature activities in and around the county.
Activities in the local area can be found here
The Lincolnshire Sport Activity Finder is free for organisations to sign up, ensuring people are kept up to date with all activities taking place near them. More »
In addition, you'll receive expert advice on sport, health and fitness. » Less
Fri, 24 Feb 2017 12:59 by Steve Larner
The Lincolnshire County Council Election takes place on May 4, 2017.
Polling Stations will be open from 7am until 10pm. Those registered to vote will receive a Poll Card from March 27 to inform them of their polling station.
Key dates for Voters
- If you're not yet registered to vote you must do so by midnight on April 13. You can do it online at www.gov.uk/register-to-vote)
- If you wish to vote by post at the election your completed Postal Vote application must be received by 5pm on April 18. You can find out how to apply for a postal vote application at www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/article/1914/Voting-and-Registration
- Proxy Vote applications, where you are authorised to vote on someone else's behalf, must be received by 5pm on April 25. You can find out how to apply for a proxy vote application at http://www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/article/1914/Voting-and-Registration
Information for Prospective Candidates More »
- If you are considering standing for election in a Lincolnshire County Council division within the East Lindsey area there will be a briefing event on March 10, 5.30pm at East Lindsey District Council's Headquarters at Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Manby, Louth, Lincolnshire LN11 8UP
- Completed nomination forms from those who want to stand for election must be delivered by hand to the Deputy Returning Officer, East Lindsey District Council, Room 27, Tedder Hall, Manby Park, Louth, Lincolnshire LN11 8UP by 4pm on April 4. Nomination papers will be available at www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/elections from the beginning of March.
Fri, 24 Feb 2017 10:08 by Steve Larner
Eden Project - Big Lunch
The UK's Annual Get Together for Neighbours
A Simple Act of Community, Friendship and Fun
Sunday 18th June 2017
Eden supports and encourages people all over the UK to take positive actions that strengthen local connections and build stronger communities.
They started off with a very simple idea: one day a year when, for a few glorious hours, cars stop, shyness stops, gloom lifts and the UK comes together in the street to meet, greet, share, swap, sing, play and laugh for no reason other than that we all need to. More »
And so The Big Lunch was born. Since it began in 2009, The Big Lunch — the UK's annual get together for neighbours — has grown ten-fold and each year gets bigger and better.
In 2016, 7.3 million people took to their streets, gardens and neighbourhoods to join in for a few hours of community, friendship and fun at over 90,000 events. The Big Lunch connects people and encourages friendlier, safer neighbourhoods where people start to share more — from conversations and ideas, to skills and resources.
For many, holding a Big Lunch ignites a passion for doing more good things in their community, and through their UK wide team, they support over 1000 people to deliver community led projects that make a positive difference where you live.
Wed, 22 Feb 2017 14:00 by Steve Larner