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South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership


The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership - between Boston Borough Council, East Lindsey District Council and South Holland District Council - is the largest Council partnership in the country and provides the opportunity for us to be bold and ambitious for our communities by working jointly to shape policy at a regional level, secure more resources to deliver on local priorities and ultimately do more for our communities, whilst being more efficient in the way we operate.
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Council Leaders

Councillor Nick Worth

Leader, South Holland District Council

Councillor Anne Dorrian

Leader, Boston Borough Council

Councillor Craig Leyland

Leader, East Lindsey District Council
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Community Lottery Scheme celebrates one year anniversary raising more than £34k for local good causes

The South and East Lincolnshire Community Lottery has gone from strength to strength in its first year. Celebrating its one year anniversary on Saturday 25 November, the scheme to date has managed to raise £34.7k in Boston, East Lindsey and South Holland, supporting local community groups and charities such as Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre, Woodhall Spa Cricket Club and Moulton Windmill.

UK Shared Prosperity Fund unleashes growth through its People and Skills investment in the region

Local businesses and skills providers in the South and East Lincolnshire sub-region can now apply for grants that will support the growth of jobs and higher pay in our area.

New culture board hold first meeting in journey to lead cultural development in South & East Lincolnshire

The South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership has held the first meeting of a new, strategic eight member board, drawing on experience from a variety of sectors to lead cultural change in South & East Lincolnshire and help to create a more vibrant and dynamic arts, cultural and heritage offer for residents and visitors.

15 councils form Local Government Association Special Interest Group to seek new approach to funding Internal Drainage Boards

Fifteen local authorities disadvantaged by the current funding mechanism to support the vital work of Internal Drainage Boards have successfully joined together to request a sustainable solution from Government.
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