Message from The Mayor of Skegness

As we have seen in recent days and weeks from the news about the Coronavirus, we are likely to see the daily lives of all of us change in a way that most of us have never experienced or expected. Coronavirus will affect us all in some way. For some the changes and consequences will be heavier than for others. Now is a time to work together and to support each other and be considerate to all the people in Skegness.

We have an older and therefore more vulnerable population in Skegness. Older people are being asked to isolate themselves to avoid catching the virus. Many do not have the family and friends to help them through this period. Neighbours are going to be really important to help keep them safe and ensure they can get the supplies and medicines they need. I am asking you all to be good neighbours. Be kind, be thoughtful, be generous. Check your neighbours are OK and perhaps give them your telephone number if they need assistance, or just a chat.

Businesses are going to struggle. Those that rely on the hospitality industry are going to face tough times and I know many residents are employed by these businesses and face uncertainty. I urge these businesses to work together to see how you can maximise the access to Government support packages for businesses. Consider how you might support one another to ensure that business is ready to bounce back when the crisis is over. If your business can afford it, make sure you pay your bills early and, if possible, give struggling businesses a bit longer to pay you. It might just help them survive.

I know many of you are worried about your finances, looking after your family and even simple things like being able to buy basic supplies. Skegness Town Council will have information on its websites that will point you to the places where you can get help. To everyone I urge you not to hoard food and supplies. If everyone just takes what they would normally use, there will be plenty to go around.

Skegness is a resilient community and it will survive this crisis. We should all follow Government advice, even if we or our friends are sometimes sceptical. We should listen to the official news and advice from reliable sources and not be basing our actions on what we hear on social media.

Finally, stay safe and Skegness Town Council will work to the best of its ability to help keep you informed.

Councillor Mark Dannatt – Mayor of Skegness

COVID-19 Coronavirus Advice

Skegness Town Council has a dedicated page with information and guidance for residents and businesses. Please click the link below for more information:

Due to staff shortages and the impact of the Coronavirus please avoid visiting the Skegness Town Council office in person.

Please email to contact the office. This will help keep the phone lines free for essential calls.

If possible, please make all payments for allotment rents by BACS or by posting a cheque.

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. 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.

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.

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Lincolnshire County Council are creating a network of volunteer neighbours who can lend a hand.

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