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Lincolnshire district council leaders have discussions on a possible devolution deal

A statement on behalf of Lincolnshire district council leaders

Boston in Bloom welcomes EMIB judge on tour of the town

This morning Boston was seen to be blooming, thriving and looking bright as the town welcomed East Midlands in Bloom (EMIB) judges saw for themselves the town's team efforts.

New accessible toilet facility officially opens in Boston

A new state-of-the-art accessible toilet facility at Central Park in Boston was officially opened today (Friday 30th June).

Boston Central Park beach to return this Summer with a variety of other activities including Skate Jam

The 'Boston' beach is making a return to Boston Central Park this summer, offering a host of activities for all ages - most of which are free.

Works have started to improve toilet facilities for disabled people with Boston's Changing Place Toilets

Back in 2021 The Government announced the Changing Places Fund Prospectus encouraging Councils to apply for their local areas to increase the number of Changing Place Toilets (CPTs) in venues with the greatest need with funding from the Department for Levelling Up, Housing and Communities.

Classic Car & Vintage Festival comes to Boston next weekend

A Classic Car and Vintage Festival will come to Boston's Central Park on Saturday 1 July and Sunday 2 July offering fun for the whole family with a great selection of live entertainment from decades past, re-enactments, food and drink stalls, vintage garden games and much more!

Residents urged to help save trees from drying out this Summer

A national campaign is being led by the Arboricultural Association and Woodland Trust calling on residents to help their local trees in residential areas, parks, public and community areas survive the hot months by watering them themselves.

Young Traders Market Competition comes to Boston

Boston will host a local heat for its first Young Traders Market Competition, in partnership with the National Market Traders Federation (NMTF) on Saturday 24 June, offering young entrepreneurs from the local area the chance to showcase their creative products and talents.

Meet Boston's 488th Mayor as he selects his chosen charities for the year

The Worshipful the Mayor of Boston, Cllr David Brown, has chosen his charities for the coming year.

Councils Partnership awards further £4.9million UKSPF support to projects in South and East Lincolnshire

More than £4.9milion is due to be awarded to projects making a difference to local communities across Boston, East Lindsey and South Holland, as the South & East Lincolnshire Councils Partnership announced the second round of UK Shared Prosperity Fund grant awards.

Bloomin' beautiful floral displays coming this summer to help bring Boston Town Centre to life

Additional floral displays could be placed in Boston's town centre over the summer months as Boston looks to improve the appearance of the Market Place for visitors and residents, subject to permission from Lincolnshire County Council.

Boston children play areas to receive improvements following BTAC approval

On Thursday 1 June at Boston Town Area Committee it was agreed that £150,000 of play area improvements are to be made in our local Boston parks.