A guide to
Louth in Lincolnshire

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Lincolnshire may have few hills and low rainfall, but it's not flat and dry, if you know what I mean. There's lots to see and do in the county if you know where to look.

Images From Red Hill Nature Reserve       

Images From Red Hill Nature Reserve

The reserve outside Louth features wildflowers, red chalk formations, and a wide variety of insects in the summer months.
June 2019
Speech To Lincolnshire County Council On St Bernards Avenue       

Speech To Lincolnshire County Council On St Bernards Avenue

The transcript of a petition presented to Lincolnshire County Council on resurfacing St Bernards Avenue in Louth.
January 2018
County Council Receives The Pothole Petition       

County Council Receives The Pothole Petition

The petition to resurface St Bernards Avenue goes to the county council in advance of its December meeting.
December 2017
A Lack Of Traffic Regulation Orders Risks Safety       

A Lack Of Traffic Regulation Orders Risks Safety

The County Council will not put in place new restrictions on traffic in Louth, in spite of population growth and increasing problems with traffic.
May 2017
County Council Elections 2017       

County Council Elections 2017

On May 4th people voted in Lincolnshire County Council elections. Certain issues dominated conversations in the lead up to the vote.
May 2017
Devolution Consultation Launches       

Devolution Consultation Launches

People of Lincolnshire are being asked to comment on plans to create a Greater Lincolnshire authority with an elected mayor.
July 2016
Cut Crime Not Lights       

Cut Crime Not Lights

County and district councils plan to cut lights in order to save money. Local police gave their reaction.
March 2016
More Austerity For LCC       

More Austerity For LCC

Huge cuts are coming to local government. Council leader Martin Hill faced residents unhappy about what the Tory local government settlement might mean for them.
January 2016
LCC Denies Libraries Any Crumbs       

LCC Denies Libraries Any Crumbs

In spite of having several million pounds in reserve, the county council reject a motion to restore the library service to the way it was.
September 2014
Library Campaigners Take The Message To Downing Street       

Library Campaigners Take The Message To Downing Street

Save Lincolnshire Libraries campaigners met MPs to lobby against the massive cuts LCC want to impose on the library budget.
April 2014

Lincolnshire Eye Directory

A moth    Environment

an apple    Health

Lincoln Castle turret    History

Trees    Locations

a crowd    Society

a football    Sport


External Links

Bransby Home of Rest for Horses
A horse sanctuary located in Bransby near Saxilby. There are details of the horses, and information about the adoption and fostering schemes and how people can help.

Doris Banham Sanctuary
A charity dedicated to saving dogs and preventing abandoned dogs from being destroyed. There are details of the charity's work and why it was set up, and information about dogs looking for new homes.

Lincolnshire Police
Official website of the Lincolnshire police force. It includes news, information about crime prevention and the force's performance, and details of vacancies.

Lincs Inter Connect
This organisation provides a range of services concerning bus transport within Lincolnshire. There is information about the services provided, transport operators, timetables, and news.

The Ark Animal Rescue and Retirement Home
A charity caring for abandoned animals such as dogs, cats, small pets, and even horses. It also runs boarding kennels. Includes information about animal adoption and fundraising events.


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Today's Events

Happy As Lazzaro
The Playhouse Cinema, Cannon Street , Louth7.30pm
A Louth Film Club screening of a 2019 Italian movie directed by Alice Wohrwacher.

Coming Events

Eggs On Legs
Market Rasen Festival Hall, Caistor Road, Market Rasen 2.30pm
A puppet show for ages 3-8 by Garlic Theatre.

January 22

The Wolf, The Duck, and The Mouse
Great Carlton Village Hall, Lordship Road, Great Carlton 2pm
A play produced by New Perspectives and Unicorn Theatre. Suitable for ages 3 to 7.

January 25

Engagement Event
The Storehouse, North Parade, Skegness 1pm-3pm
Lincolnshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust are holding an engagement event about mental health community rehabilitation services.

January 28

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