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 →
What does CAMEO stand for? Come And Meet Every One
What is it? A get-together of folks of all ages from surrounding areas: Kirkby on Bain, Roughton, Haltham, Mareham Le Fen and more.
Why? A chance for newcomers to the area to meet others nearby and regulars to share and talk and give support when needed. We collect for a different chosen charity each year, such as 2019 SANDS – a group supporting those families experiencing neo-natal and still-born deaths. In memory Wren Plume-Russell 1/1/19 Continue reading →
The Parish Council has received a letter from The Environment Agency about its flood warning service:
“We want to encourage you to sign up to the Environment Agency’s Flood Warning Service so we can let you know the latest information in your area that could affect your property. Call 0345 988 1188 to do this, or do it online (Link here)
In addition to a period of prolonged wet weather over October, Lincolnshire has received the entire November average rainfall in just 2 weeks. This has resulted in heavily saturated catchments, elevated river levels and in some places elevated ground water levels. In a number of cases, record river levels have been documented. We are expecting more rain of over the winter period so the risk of flooding remains high. Continue reading →
Click on this image or here to check if there are any recent flood alerts or warnings for our area, issued by the Government Flood Information Service. This link also appears on the sidebar of the home page, listed under LINKS, on the right-hand side of your screen.*
We have just started a small thrift shop in St Mary’s Church to raise funds to help with maintenance and repairs. If you have any spare items you would like to donate please bring them to the Church and leave them at the back for sorting.
Please avoid books (which are welcome in the telephone box / book exchange) and electricals, as we are not able to have them PAT tested. If you would like to buy something, there’s a box in the aisle to put your donation in. Continue reading →
The unsightly remains of Lindum Cottage, demolished in March 2018, have at last been moved out of sight. The “eyesore” issue was originally raised at the Parish Council meeting last November, and was discussed once again at this month’s meeting. Following action by East Lindsey District Council, in December the present landowner, understood to be Coningsby building company Costellow and Tokelove, crushed the demolition rubble, but left the pile close to the main road through the village, causing further complaints by those living near the site and others passing through.
Having learned recently from Lincolnshire Broadband Programme Manager Steve Brookes that “……work is currently on hold because of high build costs…..” imagine my surprise this morning when I saw fast broadband fibre cables being installed in Kirkby on Bain main street. I had a chat with one of the installation crew, and he confirmed that they were installing fibre-to-the-premises cable today. They also kindly allowed me to take a picture, provided they were not in shot: