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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.

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Take a picture of Skegness and send it to us on Instagram, Facebook or Twitter!

Skegness Town Council has launched a fun campaign to invite local residents to take photos illustrating what Skegness means to them. Called MySkegness, the campaign aims to find out what people think of the town – what they love and what needs improving.

The campaign is part of a consultation exercise in preparation for writing a Neighbourhood Plan for Skegness. A Neighbourhood Plan sets out planning policies for the future and is a powerful tool to ensure the community gets the right types of development, in the right place. More »

Cllrs Dick Edginton and Sue Blackburn who are leading this for the Council say:

"We would like to know your views - what Skegness means to you, what you love about it and what you don't. What are your favourite bits and which are the areas you would like to see a change? Take a picture, post it on Instagram, Twitter or the My Skegness Chat Group on Facebook, add the hashtag #myskegness and we'll repost it. The best will feature in an exhibition!"

So, get those cameras out and get snapping! Take a photo of what Skegness means to you – the good bits and the bad – and post it on Instagram, Twitter or the My Skegness Chat Group on Facebook. Add the hashtag #myskegness and the Council will pick it up and repost it.

There will be competitions coming very soon including:

  • Photo of the week
  • Photo of the month
  • Groups and societies photo of the month
  • Best photo by a child under the age of 10
  • Best photo by a young person under the age of 15

The chosen photos will feature in an exhibition to be put on by the Council at a future date.

For more information on Neighbourhood Plans visit this website: www.mycommunity.org.uk/take-action/neighbourhood-planning » Less

Wed, 20 Sep 2017 20:00 by Steve Larner

Saving Lives in Skegness

Saving Lives in Skegness

Upcoming event: 3pm Wednesday 20th September – Welcome Inn

Skegness Rotary has been raising money and working with LIVES to buy and site defibrillators across Skegness to give residents and visitors the best chance of surviving a cardiac arrest.

These public access defibrillators allow bystanders to deliver the first shock to a victim, potentially saving their life.

Matt Warman, MP for Boston and Skegness will be showing his support at the Welcome Inn on September 20th 2017, alongside the Town Mayor - Cllr Danny Brookes and BBC Radio Lincolnshire. More »

At 3pm, Matt Warman will unveil the defibrillator that has been provided and installed at the pub, by the Rotary Club.

Between 3pm and 5pm LIVES volunteers will be on site to offer training in defibrillator use and CPR.

All are welcome to attend.

For more information, contact Norman Prime at nfprime1@gmail.com » Less

Fri, 15 Sep 2017 15:03 by Steve Larner

Autumn is just around the corner – save on energy bills with Lincolnshire Energy Switch scheme

Autumn is just around the corner – save on energy bills with Lincolnshire Energy Switch scheme

RESIDENTS could make huge savings on winter energy bills by signing up to the latest round of the Lincolnshire Energy Switch scheme.

Householders can register to see if competing energy firms could offer householders better deals on bills. Anyone can register, whether residents own their home or rent it by visiting www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/energyswitch

There is no obligation for people to accept the offer or a new tariff from a supplier, but if they do it's easy and straightforward and the new provider will take care of the process. More »

Residents can also register by calling 0800 0488439. » Less

Fri, 15 Sep 2017 12:58 by Steve Larner