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GRANTS AVAILABLE TO VOLUNTARY GROUPS

Louth Town Council is offering grants to help voluntary sector groups working in and around Louth for the benefit of its residents.

In previous years grants have helped fund a wide range of projects, the purchase of equipment and the financing of special activities.

Application packs are available from this website by clicking the following link GRANTS  Any charity, voluntary or public sector organisation, working in Louth for the benefit of the people of Louth, is entitled to apply. 

If you think your organisation might benefit from a grant, please complete a form and return it, along with any other required supporting documents, to the Town Clerk, Mrs. Lynda Phillips at Louth Town Council, The Sessions House, Eastgate, Louth, LN11 9AJ or e-mail to: clerk@louthtowncouncil.gov.uk.

The closing date for the submission of the grant application form and supporting documentation is 12 noon on Tuesday 20th November 2018.

LOVELY LOUTH COMPETITION WINNERS 2018

Winner Address Position Class Entered
Nordic Seafood 22 Cornmarket 1 1
Tertulia 132 Eastgate 2 1
Louth Museum 4 Broadbank 3 1
Ye Olde Whyte Swanne 45 Eastgate 1 2
Cobbles Bar 2 New Street 2 2
My Father's Moustache North Holme Road 3 2
Mr. and Mrs. Taylor Southlands Avenue 1 3
Mr. Foxon Kenwick Pastures 2 3
Ms Pickerill George Street 3 3
Mr. Mountain Hunter Place 1 4
Mr. Kerman  Beckway 2 4
Mrs. Stimson Eastfield Road 1 5
Mr. Dawson Watts Lane 2 5
Bede Houses Gospelgate 1 6
St. Barnabas Hospice Grimsby Road 2 6

 

LOUTH BUS STATION TOILETS

Refurbishment work planned for public toilets across the District

EAST Lindsey District Council are to refurbish seven public toilets in the District as part of £500,000 improvement programme.

The toilets at North Parade, Skegness and Louth Bus Station will undergo a full refurbishment, being full stripped out and refitted. Meanwhile, the toilets at Briar Way (Skegness), Quebec Road (Mablethorpe), Queen's Park (Mablethorpe) and York Road (Sutton on Sea) will undergo a partial refurbishment. This will include fitting new vanity units, basins, taps and cubicle doors, decoration and lighting works. The toilets at Lumley Square in Skegness will be decorated and have new tiled floor installed. These toilets have been selected as they were identified as most in need of enhancement.

In order for the works to be carried out, the toilets will be closed on the following dates:

·         North Parade 3 September - 12 October

·         Briar Way 17 September - 19 October

·         Lumley Square 01 October - 26 October

·         Quebec Road 15 October - 16 November

·         Queens Park 22 October - 23 November

·         York road 5 November - 30 November

·         Louth bus station 12 November - 7 December

All other public toilets will remain open as usual and signs will be in place advising where the nearest alternative facilities are. Alongside the refurbishments, several other facilities in Louth, Skegness, Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea will receive a deep clean.

East Lindsey District Council's Portfolio Holder for Operational Services, Councillor Sandra Harrison, said: "I am pleased to be able to say that East Lindsey District Council is investing in refurbishing these public toilets. By making this investment we will significantly improve the quality of the public toilet provision in our District for local people and visitors to the area."

Juliet Slater, Woodhead Group Team Leader for the Lincolnshire region, said: "Across the East Lindsey District of Lincolnshire the public toilets are extremely important for local residents and visitors alike.  Visitor footfall increases during the annual seasonal holiday periods, so this necessary refurbishment work has been planned around these dates to provide the least disruption possible to users."  

Please visit www.e-lindsey.gov.uk to view further updates.

 

ELECTION OF MAYOR 2018/19

On Tuesday 15th May 2018 Louth Town Council elected Councillor George Horton to be its Mayor for the 2018/19 Council year. 

The Mayor of Louth is only too happy to attend local events and those further afield whether they be coffee mornings or official opening ceremonies, if the organisers feel that the presence of the Mayor could raise the profile of their event.  The Mayor of Louth is the first citizen of Louth and part of their role is to promote Louth. 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

DEMENTIA FRIENDLY SWIMMING

Are you living with dementia, or caring for someone who is?  Try a new Dementia Friendly Swimming Session at Meridian Leisure Centre, Louth.  Relax and enjoy your swim in a safe and supportive environment.  We have accessible equipment and facilities, and specially trained staff will be happy to assist you. 

Meridian Leisure Centre, Wood Lane, Louth, LN11 8RS
 

 

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