New opening date set for North Sea Observatory

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The UK's first purpose-built marine observatory is set to open its doors to the public on Monday 30 July. The brand new North Sea Observatory at Chapel St Leonards is the latest addition to the county's ever-growing collection of tourist attractions. The new building includes information and exhibitions on the local areas rich natural history,…

10 Days to go for A Vision Of Elvis

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Currently celebrating ten years of touring, Rob brings A VISION OF ELVIS to UK venues in July and September and will take audiences on the Elvis journey from Elvismania and legendary concerts to his position as the best-selling solo artist in the history of recorded music. Rob Kinglsey has performed A VISION OF ELVIS all…

Massive success for NHS Biker Biscuit Drop

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NHS 70th Birthday Biker Rally, delivering biscuits to frontline NHS staff, in support of the Lincs & Notts Air Ambulance went very well on Sunday. MP Matt Warman, (Skegness and Boston) stuck to his word and climbed aboard....literally! Well done Matt and we got you there safely. Thankfully didn't need to use the A &…

ELDC Chief Executive announces retirement

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The Chief Executive of East Lindsey District Council, Stuart Davy, has announced that he is to retire later this year after ten years with the Council. Stuart will officially leave the Council on September 28, 2018, having been with the Council since 2008. Leader of the Council, Councillor Craig Leyland, said: “Stuart has helped steer…