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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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Latest News

Skegness Library Police Surgery

Skegness Library Police Surgery

On Monday the 21st May, between 10am and 12 Midday at the Library, Roman Bank in Skegness there will be a Property Marking Engagement.

A member of the local NPT will be there with information and Packs to help you property mark you items. Packs available are for the home, caravan, bikes and tools, these packs are free of charge.

Information will also be available on Scams and Door step Crime, Social media & Internet security. More »

Hi Vis Items available, Vests, Ruck sack covers, arm bands, reflective cycle spokes. Also Purse bells & Mobile Phone supports. Available at a small charge.

Immobilise Micro Chip for Bikes available at £6 per micro chip. » Less

Fri, 18 May 2018 10:20 by Steve Larner

East Lindsey retains Blue Flag status for central beaches in Skegness, Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea

East Lindsey retains Blue Flag status for central beaches in Skegness, Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea

BEACHES at Skegness, Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea, which are managed by East Lindsey District Council, have once again achieved prestigious Blue Flag status.

Central Beach Skegness, Central Beach Mablethorpe and Central Beach Sutton on Sea have all retained the Award, which looks at the water quality, facilities, beach safety, environmental education and management of the beaches. The privately owned beach at Ingoldmells has also been awarded Blue Flag status. More »

Portfolio Holder for the Coastal Economy, Councillor Steve Kirk, said: "We are delighted to have retained the Blue Flags at all our beaches. The status gives local people and visitors the confidence to know that our beaches are well maintained.

"Achieving the Blue Flag status isn't easy and a lot of work goes into keeping our beaches in the best possible condition. Clean beaches are vital to our summer-time economy, they draw huge numbers of visitors every year, supporting our local businesses and helping to maintain and create jobs for local people. It's fantastic to see that Ingoldmells has also achieved Blue Flag status, meaning that almost all the beaches in our District have been given the Award."

The Blue Flag Award is managed in England by Keep Britain Tidy and internationally by the Foundation for Environmental Education (FEE). » Less

Thu, 17 May 2018 07:20 by Steve Larner

East Lindsey District Council Announce Feasibility Studies for Holiday Accommodation on Skegness Foreshore

East Lindsey District Council Announce Feasibility Studies for Holiday Accommodation on Skegness Foreshore

EAST Lindsey District Council has announced two feasibility studies that will look at projects aimed at boosting the economy of the district and creating more jobs.

ELDC has commissioned studies to look at an extension to the Fairfield Industrial Estate in Louth and the creation of exemplar holiday accommodation in Skegness. Both of the projects have previously been identified in East Lindsey District Council's Economic Action Plan, which identifies projects that will contribute to increased economic growth and prosperity throughout the District. More »

The study into the extension of the Fairfield Industrial Estate will consider the viability of extending the site from Nottingham Road, to accommodate the development of a 10 acre site for commercial/industrial use. The industrial Estate is currently close to capacity and an extension would offer businesses further space to invest in, whether they're new to the area or already based on the Estate.

The exemplar holiday accommodation, if progressed, would be in the form of up to 6 'eco chalets' at a disused pitch and putt site on the Skegness southern foreshore. The intention is that the chalets will provide year round accommodation for short-term lets with a focus on using renewable forms of energy.

Both studies will provide ELDC with an initial idea on design and costing for both projects, and any constraints they may face.

Portfolio Holder for Market Towns and the Rural Economy, Councillor Adam Grist, said: "I'm pleased to be able to say that we have commissioned these feasibility studies. The industrial estate extension has the potential to significantly grow the economy of the District and this is the latest move we have taken toward achieving the projects identified in our Economic Action Plan."

Portfolio Holder for the Coastal Economy, Councillor Steve Kirk, said: "The exemplar chalet project could bring huge benefits for the economy of the coast. If we can prove that year round accommodation in a flood risk zone is achievable in a way that robustly mitigates against flood risk, we can potentially provide a template that other businesses can learn from and adapt. This could allow us to extend the visitor season and create those much needed year round employment opportunities."

For further information regarding the feasibility studies, please contact East Lindsey District Council.

Email: customerservices@e-lindsey.gov.uk

Tel: 01507 601111 » Less

Tue, 15 May 2018 10:00 by Steve Larner