Skegness Town Council can be contacted Monday to Friday during office opening hours

9.30am - 4.00pm (excluding bank holidays)

by telephone - 01754 840040 and

by email -

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.

Bullying and Harassment Statement

We treat everyone with courtesy and respect and ask for the same in return. We ask that you treat your councillors and council staff courteously without violence, abuse or harassment.

Councillors and council staff have the right to carry out their civic duties and work without fear of being attacked or abused. Any behaviour whether that be verbal, physical or in writing, which causes either councillors or council staff to feel uncomfortable, embarrassed, or threatened, is totally unacceptable.

The zero tolerance policy includes abuse, aggression or threats made in person, over the telephone or in written communication, including on social media. The council considers threatening behaviour to be:

  • Attempted or actual aggressive, or physical actions made towards any councillor or member of staff.
  • The use of aggressive, or abusive language, (including raising of the voice, swearing, shouting or in writing) which threatens or intimidates councillors or council staff'.

This policy applies throughout all council meetings, but it also applies to any councillor or council staff away from council meetings.

Council Services

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Lincolnshire County Council - 01522 552222

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Get on Board and Use Your Free Bus Pass

Get on Board and Use Your Free Bus Pass

There are many benefits of free bus travel:

Saving Money - Managing finances during the cost of living crisis is difficult, particularly for people who rely solely on a state pension. Using a bus pass and traveling for free can save money on petrol, parking, taxi fares or paying friends or family for car journeys.

Mental health and wellbeing – Saving money is always a bonus and it certainly helps reduce financial worries. Many people still have anxieties about going out and about after the pandemic and building confidence can take time. But there is no doubting the benefits of getting out in the community, connecting with people and places, having something to look forward to during the week or taking a walk. Making new friends and joining a coffee or lunch club can remind older people of life before Covid, as well as improving mental agility and well-being. More »

Preventing loneliness – Getting on a bus can be a social activity from saying hello to the driver, meeting and making friends to positives of 'changing scenery' by visiting neighbouring villages to market towns. Spending time with other people on the bus or a simple "Hello" can begin to ease a sense of isolation and create friendships and companionship and open minds to a more positive attitude.

Access to services - Bus service can't get people to every location in a county as large as Lincolnshire but there are certain essential services such as hospitals, supermarkets and doctors' surgeries that bus services - especially in conjunction with Demand Responsive bus services such as CallConnect and ConnectBus- can access. They may miss important appointments due to a reluctance to drive outside of their normal area or they may have limited access to help. Planning a journey by bus may seem daunting but with the help of the Transport Helpline - 0345 456 4474 - many journeys using a bus pass are possible.

Sense of purpose and value to communities – Retired people are vital in the voluntary sector for many organisations. In addition, they support younger people in everything from child-minding to giving face-to-face support. It is important that people stay connected, and the bus service can help.

Helping protect bus services - Bus service need passengers. Bus services are only as stable as the number of people getting on board. Although bus pass holders do not pay fares, their journeys are subsidised by the local transport authority and therefore support the bus operator.


It is easy to work out if you are eligible for a free concessionary bus pass through the English National Concessionary travel scheme; you must have reached the national retirement age and be eligible for a state pension. (NB Different rules apply to different regions of the UK).

The best way to find out if you are eligible is to check locally and there are easy ways to do that. Lincolnshire County Council, allows you to apply, renew and check eligibility via its website. You can apply online or by telephone 0345 4564474 . You will receive your pass within 10 working days. At peak times this may take longer.

There isn't a charge to apply for or renew an older person's pass or disability bus pass (a charge is made to replace lost bus passes).

Your bus pass gives you free travel on off-peak scheduled bus services in England. In Lincolnshire you can have the extra benefit of free local journeys before 9.30am - if the journey originated in Lincolnshire.

You can use your bus pass on all local bus services in England but there are some exceptions listed below. These are classed as non-standard service:

• services where most seats can be reserved (for example, National Express or other long-distance services)

• rail replacement services

• park and ride services

• coach excursions and tours

• taxis and private hire cars/community schemes

• trains

• certain seasonal service

To apply for your free bus pass visit Lincolnshire County Council's Website or call 0345 4564474 » Less

Posted: Mon, 01 Aug 2022 09:32 by Steve Larner

Latest Newsletter

Latest Newsletter

Skegness Town Council Newsletter July 2022, issue 30.

Posted: Wed, 20 Jul 2022 15:20 by Steve Larner

Bus timetable change

Bus timetable change

Brylaine Bus Services are changing their timetable for their Boston to Skegness service from the 25th July 2022. Details can be found below.

Posted: Fri, 15 Jul 2022 13:03 by Steve Larner