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Author: Administrator

Notification from LCC - Temporary Traffic Restriction Amendment: Sleaford

Notification from LCC - Temporary Traffic Restriction Amendment:  Sleaford

Temporary Traffic Restriction Amendment: Sleaford

Please note it will be necessary to impose a temporary restriction as detailed below.

ORGANISATION RESPONSIBLE FOR RESTRICTION: LCC

REASON FOR RESTRICTION: Junction Improvement Works

LOCATION & NATURE OF RESTRICTION:

Road Closure Order in place on:

A17 Eastbound Slip Road (Between A17 & A153)

30mph Speed Limit Order in place on:

A17 Eastbound Slip Road... Read More »

Posted: Tue, 12 May 2020 10:53 by Administrator

Tags: Press Release

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

Tags: Press

Coronavirus - Notice to Allotment Tenants

Coronavirus

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

Tags: Press