Horncastle Town Council will be supporting the Crisis team set up by Horncastle Community Larder, the Urban Outreach Project (UFOP) and local businesses by providing £1,000 per month to purchase food for the town’s vulnerable residents who have been advised to self-isolate until the coronavirus crisis is over.
The Crisis Team will be assisting residents from Horncastle and the surrounding small villages.
KIRKBY ON BAIN PARISH COUNCIL: PUBLIC STATEMENT 22 March 2020
The following statement is issued:
“The Council recognises and agrees that no business, meeting, service provision or service delivery of the Authority is of any importance above that of public and personal safety. As such, all scheduled public meetings will be cancelled for an initial 4 month period (or as circumstances dictate)”. Whilst public meetings are cancelled, please be assured the Council has put measures in place to ensure minimal disruption or interruption to service delivery within the community and staff cover will remain in place as necessary or until any national legislation or instruction dictates otherwise. Continue reading →
Change of use of former barn to provide 1 no. holiday accommodation with general storage and construction of vehicular access and vehicular parking space. Erection of a building consisting of a w.c.s and shower block. Change of use of land to site a static caravan and construction of vehicular parking and exterior lighting. Change of use of existing barn for the storage of caravans. Details and documents
A volunteer led group supported by Woodhall Spa and Kirkby on Bain Parish councils has been established to provide support to residents of all ages affected by the Covid-19 pandemic. The primary function will be to provide an essential shopping and prescribed medication collection and delivery service to vulnerable and isolated residents in both communities.
We are hopeful that a leaflet will be delivered to all residents by Friday 27th March explaining how the service will work with the service commencing on Monday 30th March. Continue reading →
CAMEO CLUB OF KIRKBY-on-BAIN and ROUGHTON | March MEETING
This was a final meeting of the club with only a few committee members coming to give our cheque donation of £265, to add to the £100 given at the beginning of last year and 33 memory blankets knitted by members and friends, to Julie Baker, representative for SANDS, our chosen charity for 2019. Thanks to the following for donating the blankets: Hilda Kirwan, Margaret Dewrance, Glynis Briscombe, Sue Wright, Sue Schofield, Jill Russell, Bev Brennan, Irene North, Val Hare. Continue reading →