We have been busy working to support the local bus network and ensure our LCC CallConnect bus service continued to operate over the last few months – however post lock-down, public transport will be very different and social distancing, hygiene and face covering measures will be in place.
For everyone who travels on public transport please consider carefully the times, routes and ways you travel. This will ensure all will have more space to stay safe. If possible we would encourage travel after peak times for concessionary bus pass holders. Continue reading →
Would you like to contribute to the life of our village? Being on Kirkby on Bain Parish Council is great way to discuss current and future matters that affect the lives of our local community and make sure Kirkby’s voice is heard. If you would like to join the team please contact our Parish Clerk, Sarah: firstname.lastname@example.orgContinue reading →
LAND TO THE NORTH AND SOUTH OF KIRKBY LANE, KIRKBY ON BAIN, WOODHALL SPA, LN10 6YL.
Parish Councillors have received several expressions of concern following the erection of road signs indicating a pig farm on land on both sides of Kirkby Lane, close to residential properties. The signs are adjacent to the same land as indicated by a planning applicant, Mr Adrian Fox, who sought a determination of whether or not prior approval is required for the siting, design and external appearance of a storage building. The case officer, Leanne Clark, has recommended that prior approval is not required in this case. The Parish Council was not consulted on this matter, but are now seeking clarification on their concerns about possible negative impacts on the village.
Application reference S/094/00737/20 has been forwarded to the Parish Council by East Lindsey District Council and was discussed at a recent virtual Parish Council meeting.
Planning Permission – Erection of a detached bungalow, existing bungalow on site to be demolished once the proposed dwelling is complete. | BRACKENSIDE FARM, KIRKBY LANE, KIRKBY ON BAIN, WOODHALL SPA, LN10 6YY
The first batch of hand-made face coverings went like proverbial hot cakes, but if you missed out there’s Good News today. The secret sewing machine has been running red hot and they’re back today. More sizes too. Continue reading →
Hand-made face coverings are now available for free in the old phone box in Main Street. They have been hand made by a local person who wishes to remain anonymous, and they come in three sizes, adult, child and toddler. Continue reading →
For the Love of Scrubs Horncastle and Woodhall Spa are asking for fabric donations as well as financial support, sewers and cutters, either at home or at the Hub based at Stanhope Hall, Horncastle. We have now reached over 1000 sets of scrubs for the NHS, care based charities and doctors’ surgeries in our locality. I have 2 boxes clearly marked outside my front door which I empty and deliver regularly. Continue reading →
Kirkby on Bain Parish Council has forwarded an interesting article by Councillor Craig Leyland, Leader, East Lindsey District Council:
Strategic alliance between Boston Borough Council and East Lindsey District Council
I wanted to make you aware of a proposal that I am bringing forward in regard to a closer working partnership for ELDC with Boston Borough Council.
Boston Borough Council and ELDC have worked together closely in recent years to deliver a number of services, including Building Control, Community Safety/CCTV, Waste collections and more. This partnership working has been successful and has enabled us to save significant sums of money and still provide high quality services.
Over the course of the next few weeks the Leader of Boston Borough Council, Councillor Paul Skinner, and I, will be bringing forward proposals in regard to a closer, more formal partnership going forward, which would build on the current working arrangements and strengthen ties between the two Councils. This would take the form of a strategic alliance. Continue reading →
I understand that Household Waste Recycling Centres (tips) will re-open in Lincolnshire on May 11th. Initially, until May 31st only garden waste and wood will be accepted, then from June 1st onwards only garden waste, wood, scrap metal and cardboard will be accepted. To use your nearest centre you must book a time slot in advance. Bookings can be taken from today (May 11th) from 10am, online here, or call 01522 782070 (open Monday-Friday 8am-6pm). ID and proof of address will be required e.g. driving licence. LCC expect bookings to be busy, so please be patient. Delays are expected on sites, as they aren’t operating as normal. Vehicle restrictions will apply.