• Sleaford Town Council meetings will continue to be held using the Zoom meeting software until 21st June 2021, in order to comply with the social distancing rules....
  • Please follow our Facebook page - Sleaford Town Council for extra news and updates ....
  • Sleaford Town Hall remains closed to visitors and for room hire, but will reopen on 21st June 2021.
  • The town's public conveniences, the play areas and the skate park are open....
  • We have a vacancy for a Services Team Leader (6 month fixed term contract). Please see The Council section on our website for further details ......

Latest News

Keeping Fit and Well

It is important to try and keep physically and mentally well, but particularly in the current climate.

The NHS have put together free exercise videos and information. These can be incorporated into your daily exercise routine.



Posted: Thu, 16 Apr 2020 12:55 by Administrator

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Guidance for staying at home during the Coronavirus outbreak with a possible infection

If you are self isolating at home during the Coronavirus outbreak and have a possible infection, plesae visit www.gov.uk for useful guidance and information.


Posted: Thu, 16 Apr 2020 11:43 by Administrator

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Reminder - Use of Public Open Spaces

All public open spaces are only to be used for exercise with members of your own household. Please stay at least two metres apart from anyone else.

Gatherings in open spaces of more than two people are banned and the Police are patrolling to enforce this.

Posted: Tue, 14 Apr 2020 14:05 by Administrator

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Coronavirus Leaflet

Please visit www.gov.uk for a useful guide to Coronavirus by the Government.


Posted: Thu, 09 Apr 2020 11:50 by Administrator

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Advice for Keeping Safe at Outdoor Markets


Sleaford Market

For your personal safety and that of others, you must adhere to the following: -

  • · Observe the queuing system
  • · Maintain the 2-metre distance
  • · Only buy what you need

Thank you for your co-operation and supporting your local market.

Posted: Thu, 02 Apr 2020 13:09 by Administrator

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Easy Read Booklets - Look After Yourself

Easy read booklets can be found on www.gov.uk with information on how to look after yourself, your feelings and your mind during the Coronavirus outbreak.


https://assets.publishing.service.gov.uk/government/uploads/system/uploads/attachment_data/file/876996/Easy_read_looking_after_your_feelings_and_body.pdf... Read More »

Posted: Thu, 02 Apr 2020 10:54 by Administrator

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How to Volunteer to Help the NHS

The Government and the NHS need you!

NHS Volunteer Responders are required to support the NHS and the care sector during the Covid-19 outbreak. Doctors, nurses, local authorities and other professionals will be able to call upon the Responders to help with vunerable people in your community.

Volunteers must be aged 18 and over and be fit and well. Those in higher risk groups can still volunteer and offer... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 31 Mar 2020 10:43 by Administrator

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Markets & Monthly Farmers' Markets

The regular Markets and the monthly Farmers' Markets are still continuing at the advice from the National Association of British Market Authorities. The advice received is that outdoor Markets are safer than retail outlets due to their fresher air atmosphere. Traders will be adhering to the Government's advice of social distancing and hygiene and they will ask their customers to do the same.

Posted: Mon, 30 Mar 2020 12:07 by Administrator

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Covid-19 Business Grant Fund

North Kesteven District Council are able to offer guidance and support to businesses making a claim for the Covid-19 Business Grant Fund. It is hoped that payments will be dispatched from 1st April 2020. Please see their website for further details:


Posted: Mon, 30 Mar 2020 11:06 by Administrator

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Coronavirus - Notice to Allotment Tenants


Dear Allotment Tenant

The current Government advice regarding allotments, is that it is permitted and safe to tend your allotment – provided that you observe social distancing measures.

Please ensure that if you visit your plot, you stay away from other tenants and adhere to the social distancing measures set out by the Government i.e. maintain at least 2 metres distance between you... Read More »

Posted: Fri, 27 Mar 2020 12:40 by Administrator

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