Archive for Month: February 2014

  • Conservatives Triumph in By-Election Contest

    Local Conservatives have celebrated success in a by-election held on Thursday, 27th February 2014 for a seat on West Lindsey District Council in the Scotter Ward. Conservative Councillor. Mrs. Pat Mewis, was elected to the district council in the contest, called following the sad and untimely death of Cllr. William Parry, against Liberal Democrat challenger…

  • Duke of Kent to Open Bishop’s Palace Site

    Nettleham will welcome His Royal Highness Prince Edward, Duke of Kent, who will officially open the new heritage amenity of The Bishop’s Palace on Wednesday, 11th March 2014. The site consists of an original palace of the Bishops of Lincoln and covers an area of over three hectares. The sites use dates back over one…

  • Power Cuts and No Running Water Cause Concern

    Residents in Nettleham, Welton and Scampton were without a water supply for several hours last night, with intermittent power cuts also affecting the area, the Lincolnshire Echo reports.  Anglian Water informed residents that the cuts, which struck local villages around six o’clock last night, following a brief interruption in the power supply, were caused by a pump…