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Lincolnshire NHS leading the way with its first large vaccination centre

Lincolnshire NHS release below: The Covid vaccination programme in Lincolnshire continues to successfully roll out, meaning the protection of the county’s residents through vaccination is successfully continuing.  Specifically, Lincolnshire has been: amongst the first...

Council Tourism Manager to lead national industry event

This Thursday, Lydia Rusling, Assistant Director for Towns Fund and Head of Economic Development & Tourism at East Lindsey District and Boston Borough Councils will host a national Public Policy Exchange event that looks at the future of tourism in the UK. Lydia...

Open Impacted Grant now open for applications

If you are a Boston Borough business that has been able to open during the National Lockdown from 5th November to 2nd December 2020 but have suffered a significant loss in income due to Covid-19, you can apply for the Additional Restrictions Grant (ARG) – Open...

Garden Waste collection season 2021/22

Love gardening but dislike the time, mess and cost of taking the waste to the tip? The fast, clean and cost effective alternative is a subscription to Boston Borough Council’s efficient garden waste collection service. The council is keeping the charge for collection,...

More local Covid vaccination sites confirmed in Lincolnshire

ANNOUNCED BY LINCOLNSHIRE NHS The Covid vaccination process in Lincolnshire has got off to a great start. We were amongst the first in the country to start vaccinating on 8th December through our first hospital hub at Lincoln County Hospital, we were amongst the first...

Community testing for Lincolnshire to tackle Covid-19 transmissions

The Government has announced a community testing programme for Lincolnshire which will target communities in Lincoln and Boston. Testing will help protect people most at risk, using rapid turnaround tests supplied by NHS Test and Trace. Final plans and details around...

Patients and families welcomed back to Butterfly Hospice

People in need of palliative and end of life care are being welcomed back to Boston’s Butterfly Hospice. NHS organisations, working in partnership with the Butterfly Hospice Trust, are reopening the inpatient service at the six-bed hospice. In addition, the team will...

Council leader urges everyone to, Stay at home and save lives

Cllr Paul Skinner, Leader of Boston Borough Council, urges all residents to follow the rules and stay at home following the latest announcement by the Prime Minister of a new lockdown. Cllr Skinner said: “The NHS is under more pressure than ever before and that means...