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Garden waste collections fee to rise in 2024

The cost of garden waste collection in Boston Borough will increase next year, as operating costs of the service have increased significantly.

Boston's Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) restricting the consumption of alcohol within the town centre extended for a further three years

Boston's street drinking controls, Public Spaces Protection Order (PSPO) "Alcohol", has been extended for another three-year period commencing on 12th January, with the area remaining the same as the original order, which came into force on 12th January 2015.

Boston Town Centre Embarks on Transformative Journey with the Launch of a New Strategy and Action Plan

A strategy and action plan for Boston Town Centre has been launched by Boston Borough Council's Cabinet on Wednesday 13th December 2023.

Boston Borough Council is seeking an Independent Member to serve on its Audit and Governance Committee

We are looking to appoint an Independent Member for our Audit and Governance Committee.

Community Lottery Scheme celebrates one year anniversary raising more than £34k for local good causes

The South and East Lincolnshire Community Lottery has gone from strength to strength in its first year. Celebrating its one year anniversary on Saturday 25 November, the scheme to date has managed to raise £34.7k in Boston, East Lindsey and South Holland, supporting local community groups and charities such as Blackfriars Theatre and Arts Centre, Woodhall Spa Cricket Club and Moulton Windmill.

New leisure facilities provider begins new partnership

Parkwood Leisure and their sub-contractor (LEX Leisure) are from today the new operating partner at the Geoff Moulder Leisure Complex in Boston.

UK Shared Prosperity Fund unleashes growth through its People and Skills investment in the region

Local businesses and skills providers in the South and East Lincolnshire sub-region can now apply for grants that will support the growth of jobs and higher pay in our area.

Council Tax Single Person Discount review to take place in Boston Borough

Residents are being urged to tell Boston Borough Council if they are claiming Single Person Council Tax discount they are no longer entitled to.

Boston Gears Up for a Historic Celebration: Commemorating the 250th Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party

Mark your calendars, history enthusiasts! On December 16, 2023, Boston will honour the 250th Anniversary of the Boston Tea Party, a pivotal moment that forever shaped the course of American history. The commemorative activities are set to unfold in various locations, promising a day filled with educational and entertaining experiences.

Boston's Four-Day Christmas Festival Delights Thousands with Festive Glory

The enchanting spirit of the holiday season descended upon Boston as the Town Centre hosted its first ever spectacular four-day Boston Christmas Festival, leaving residents and visitors alike in awe. The festivities commenced on Thursday 23rd November with the grand opening of Boston's Christmas Market.

Lincolnshire Council Leaders express concern over lack of transparency in Greater Lincolnshire Devolution Bid

We understand that the text of a Greater Lincolnshire devolution deal has been agreed between Leaders of Lincolnshire County Council, North Lincolnshire Council, and North East Lincolnshire Council which will form the basis of an announcement in the Chancellor's Autumn Statement on Wednesday 22nd November 2023.