Supporting Wainfleet Residents

The last weeks of heavy rain has had a huge impact on the residents of Wainfleet. The situation continues to be serious, with many households unable to return home in the short-term.   This will be a long process of recovery and is going to require ongoing support from many
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Welcome to East Lindsey’s Age-friendly Principal Officer

Community Lincs and East Lindsey District Council are thrilled to announce Jane Berni as the Age-friendly Principal Officer. Jane will play a key role in progressing East Lindsey’s ambition to achieve Age-friendly Community status as recognised by the World Health Organisation (WHO) Global Network for Age-friendly Cities and Communities.
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Thank you to all our Volunteers

As part of Volunteer’s Week, Community Lincs would like to thank all the volunteers who work tirelessly across Lincolnshire to support the charity to deliver its vital work in the community. Volunteer’s Week is a national celebration taking place in June which recognises the contribution volunteers make to our communities
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Community Lincs Welcomes Local Students

Community Lincs is thrilled to welcome four students, from Sleaford’s local secondary schools, through its doors to undertake work experience this week. Students are joining the charity from; Carres Grammar School, St George’s Academy and Kesteven & Sleaford High School for Girls. Three of the students are currently studying for
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Thank You to our Volunteers

As part of Volunteer’s Week, Community Lincs would like to thank all the volunteers who work tirelessly across Lincolnshire to support the charity to deliver its vital work in the community. Volunteer’s Week is a national celebration taking place from the 1-7 June which recognises the contribution volunteers make to
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