In this month’s issue we highlight how communities could benefit by carrying out a Community Review before seeking help from government, local authorities or funders for support with community projects and we share our vision for Lincolnshire and how you can help make it a reality.

The Good Neighbour Scheme project continues to make headway around the county, with new communities regularly expressing an interest in starting a scheme in their area.

If you rely on heating oil to keep you warm during the winter you may be interested in our Community Oil Buying Scheme, where we search for the best bulk buying oil price possible for our members.

The Succeeding Together project only has a short time to run, so if you’re a woman and you’d like to know more about starting your own business then it may be just what you’re looking for!

For community building committees, find out about the spring cluster meetings and how to become a Community Facilities Scheme member.

The T.E.D. Ageing Better in East Lindsey programme has been on tour around the county and find out how you can be an age-friendly business. Also find out to avoid the scammers enjoying your retirement and take a walk with the Winthorpe Walkies; a recently formed walking group, welcoming all ages and abilities.

In ‘Other News’ find out more about applying for a Heritage Lottery Fund project grant and the ‘More than a Pub’  project from the Plunkett Foundation; a 3 year programme to support community ownership of pubs in England.

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