South Holland District Council is running a series of free family fun days this summer through their 'Activate!' programme, a series of activity days for children and young people in July and August. These will take place during the week and move around a variety of towns and villages within the district.
A man who responded to a Facebook request for the disposal of household waste despite not having a licence was fined last month, after the items were then fly-tipped in Holbeach.
There was a huge turnout of families looking to Give it a Go in Spalding this weekend, as over 900 people visited Sir Halley Stewart Playing Field in Spalding to try a wide range of free activities and sports.
A Long Sutton woman received a significant fine at court earlier this week, after she pleaded guilty to several breaches of a Community Protection Notice (CPN) relating to noise coming from her property.
South Holland District Council hosted an Armed Forces Day ceremony at their Priory Road office on Monday June 24, as the Armed Forces flag was raised to show appreciation for the work of Forces personnel throughout history.
On Sunday 23 June, South Holland District Council will be hosting Give it a Go, giving residents of all ages the opportunity to try new sports, dance, exercises and activities for free, and meet clubs and societies from across the district.
South Holland District Council's community wardens are reaching the end of their first year patrolling the district, during which they have interacted with thousands of local groups and residents and handed out warnings and fines to hundreds of individuals for anti-social behaviour and breaking public spaces protection orders.
In a further move to fulfil the housing need in the area, South Holland District Council has acquired two houses in Moulton for those residents looking for affordable rent properties.