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NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Lincolnshire County Council propose to make an Order under their powers contained in the Road Traffic Regulation Act 1984, the effect of which will be to:

  • Extend the No Waiting at Any Time at the junction of Scarbrough Avenue/Grand Parade, moving the taxi rank to 17 metres from the junction and the seasonal restriction to 35 metres from the junction.
  • Extend the No Waiting at Any Time on the north side (west of Park Avenue) and south side (east of Rutland Road) of Scarbrough Avenue at the Scarbrough Avenue/Park Avenue/Rutland Road junction.
  • Extend the No Waiting at Any Time on the north side of Scarborough Avenue at the junction of Scarbrough Avenue/Roman Bank.

Exemptions are included which will permit waiting for disabled persons' vehicles and for the purpose of picking up or setting down passengers, loading or unloading of goods, the maintenance of the roads, and works in connection with the supply of gas, electricity, water and telecommunications apparatus. More »

A copy of the proposed Order and a plan showing the lengths of road concerned with a Statement of Reasons for proposing to make the Order may be inspected at the address given below and the offices of East Lindsey District Council, during normal office hours. Details are also available on our website:

Objections to the proposals, together with the grounds on which they are made, must be sent in writing to R A Wills - Executive Director (Environment & Economy), LincolnshireCounty Council, Lancaster House, 36 Orchard Street, Lincoln, LN1 1XX, (For the attention of: Mrs T Featherstone, Traffic Orders Section) by 29 August 2019. » Less

Tue, 17 Jul 2018 11:57 by Steve Larner

Fantastic Italian daredevils to headline the 2018 SO Festival on their first ever visit to the UK

Fantastic Italian daredevils to headline the 2018 SO Festival on their first ever visit to the UK

A SPECTACULAR display of human vertical and aerial acrobatics will thrill the crowds at this year's SO Festival, as a top European act visits the UK for the first time.

Headlining on the Saturday evening, September 1, in Skegness will be the phenomenal Italian artists who together make up eVenti Verticali.

Under the direction of brothers Luca and Andrea Piallini, who founded the company in 2006, the show enthrals audiences with its stunning circus and acrobatic skills – all performed vertically More »

Based in Sardinia, this is the company's first time in Britain, and the show is set against a 'super hero' backdrop. A floor is rotated by 90-degrees on which the performers step, run, jump, dance and tell a heroes and villains story that is watched with 'bated breath'.

Luca and Andrea try to explain, although it needs to be seen to be believed!

"The walls become our stage and every time there is a different space then eVenti Verticali reinvents, recreates and reinterprets.

"We are so excited about bringing our world-renowned show to the British audience for the first time. Not only will you see a lot of acrobatics and impressive evolutions in the air, but also a cops and robbers story that will make you laugh," they promised.

For So Festival organisers this is a real coup and shows the benefit of engaging this year's artistic director, Jens Frimann Hansen from top Danish European production house, Helsingør Teater.

This 2018 festival is once again being co-ordinated by the Magna Vitae Trust for Leisure and Culture, partnered by Arts Council England, East Lindsey District Council, Passage Festival, Helsingor Teater, Without Walls and Coasters.

Events, the vast majority free, are planned in Mablethorpe on Friday August 31 from noon until 5pm, and in Skegness on Saturday September 1, from noon until 10pm, and on Sunday, September 2, from noon until teatime.

Cultural Project Co-ordinator for the Magna Vitae Trust for Leisure and Culture, Katie-Louise Green, promises more exciting announcements.

"We are thrilled to be able to announce eVenti Verticali as our headline act, it promises to be a fantastic show for all the family. And this is just the start of our news as we look to provide a fun-packed two days. It is going to be brilliant," she said.

For more exciting information visit or follow SO Festival on social media to stay up to date with the most recent news. Contact Katie-Louise Green, SO Festival Coordinator on | 01507 613449. » Less

Wed, 13 Jun 2018 12:08 by Steve Larner

East Lindsey District Council’s new Shop Front Grant Scheme will launch in July.

East Lindsey District Council’s new Shop Front Grant Scheme will launch in July.

East Lindsey District Council agreed £120,000 of funding to the scheme in its 2018/ 19 budget and it has now agreed the criteria for applications.

ELDC has previously run two Shop Front Grant Schemes, the most recent of which awarded over £45,000 to 24 successful applicants across the District.

Under the new scheme applicants will be able to bid for between £3,000 and £10,000 with ELDC paying up to 60% of total costs for the reinstatement of historic architectural details and historic features. It is hoped that the larger maximum grant amount will lead to more significant investment in premises and, therefore, a greater impact on the look of the High Street. More »

To be eligible to apply, applicants must be based in one of the following eight town centres: Alford, Coningsby, Horncastle, Louth, Mablethorpe, Skegness, Spilsby or Sutton on Sea. Applications are restricted to independent premises only. Priority will also be given to installation of traditional shopfronts, in order to restore the character of a building.

Portfolio Holder for Coastal Economy, Councillor Steve Kirk, said: "I'm delighted to see the Council approve the new criteria for the Shop Front Grant Scheme. Our most recent scheme was hugely positive for the District and allowed some of our businesses to improve and futureproof their shop frontage."

Portfolio Holder for Market Towns and the Rural Economy, Councillor Adam Grist, said: "This a massively positive step that will allow us to help directly improve the High Street in a number of our towns and hopefully make the town more appealing for shoppers and visitors. We are acutely aware that independent retailers are facing challenges times but by working with businesses and making this investment we hope it'll encourage more people to shop locally and support our business community."

In July, ELDC will consider the introduction of a Manufacturing Growth Incentive Scheme for manufacturing businesses looking to grow in the District. The Scheme would offer the businesses a discretionary refund on the business rates payable on the additional floor space they're looking to create. If approved, applications will be judged on various factors including the size of new premises, employment opportunities and overall economic impact. » Less

Mon, 11 Jun 2018 12:59 by Steve Larner