Archive for Month: February 2013

  • Local Councillor Obtains £500 Grant for Nettleham Cricket Club

    District Councillor Giles McNeill, Conservative (Nettleham Ward), has obtained £500 from the West Lindsey’s Councillor Initiative Fund to help Nettleham Cricket Club with repairs and improvement of the two practice nets located at Mulsanne Park, Nettleham. Cllr. McNeill commented: “As Chairman of the Mulsanne Park Users Committee I am fully aware of the important role that…

  • Local Cricket Club Receives £250 CAV Grant

    Nettleham Cricket Club have successfully applied for £250 from West Lindsey District Council’s Community Action and Volunteering Fund (CAV), administered by Community Lincs, to purchase equipment to improve the quality of the pitch. The Club was anxious to maintain the quality of the playing surface at Mulsanne Park, Nettleham and provide the best possible pitch.…

  • Forty New Jobs Created in Nettleham

    Complaint Handling Services, in Nettleham, wants to take on more claims advisors to more than double its workforce. Staff at Deepdale Enterprise Park in Nettleham Picture: Anne Draper The new recruits will help customers claim money back from banks that have mis-sold payment protection insurance. All the positions will come with permanent, full-time contracts, although the…

  • Councillors Act to Support Vulnerable and Bring Homes Back Into Use

    West Lindsey District Councillors this week approved a local Council Tax support scheme that will protect vulnerable residents while encouraging owners of empty properties to bring them back into use. Changes in Government policy announced as part of the austerity measures mean that in order to avoid a funding gap in council tax benefit of…