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Boston Emergency Night Shelter

UPDATE 16/01/20 @ 11.41AM - SWEP for Boston Emergency Night Shelter hosted at Centenary Methodist Church will be activated from tomorrow night (Friday 17th January). This is due to the temperature forecast of feels like 0 degrees or less for 3 nights in a row. They...

New multi-use games area coming to Boston

Boston Borough Council has recently received a funding boost for a new multi-use games area (MUGA) in Central Park, Boston. Boston Town Area Committee have contributed with part coming from the Community Migration Fund providing £51,000 towards the cost of the new...

Mamma Mia Outdoor Cinema – Here we go again!

What could be better than one film of Mamma Mia, yes you got it TWO!!! On Saturday 25th April 2020 under the starlit sky you can enjoy an outdoor screening of Mamma Mia! And Mamma Mia! Here We go Again. These upbeat ABBA musical films feature the classic songs...

Celebration of Farming

Celebration of Farming is back for its fourth year! This FREE event returns to Boston Market Place on Sunday 29th March 2020. From 10am until 3pm enjoy various family activities, explore a variety of vintage and modern farming equipment and tractors and browse the...

New Haven High scheme helps young cyclists be seen on the town’s roads

An innovative new scheme has been launched by Boston’s Haven High Academy to help young cyclists stay safe on the area’s roads. The Safer Cycling Initiative, created by the academy’s Pupil Premium Co-ordinator Damien Daly, has a number of aims and phases - all centred...

Campaign launched today aims to SCRAP fly-tipping in Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire has launched the SCRAP fly-tipping campaign today which aims to fight the blight of fly-tipping in the county and cut clear up cost. The campaign reminds people to check their waste is being taken away for disposal by a licensed carrier – either by asking...

£50,000 available for not for profits across Greater Lincolnshire

Lincolnshire Community Foundation is pleased to announce that following receipt of a further funds, grants are available from the Evan Cornish Grassroots Fund and would invite locally run groups and organisations to apply for a grant of up to £5,000.  Successful...

Garden waste collections 2020/21

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 which you could also be in with a chance of...

Secretary of State updated on Boston Barrier progress

On Wednesday 18th December, Councillor Aaron Spencer, Leader of Boston Borough Council, accompanied Rt. Hon Theresa Villiers MP, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs on a tour of the Boston Barrier construction works. The Boston Barrier project...

Boston resident praised in 2020 New Year’s Honours list

A well-known resident of Boston, known for donning her marigolds, has been awarded an BEM in the 2020 New Years Honours List.  Alison Fairman, chair of the Boston in Bloom partnership, member of the History of Boston Project, a trustee of the Boston Preservation Trust...

What a year it has been for Boston!

Whilst I’ve only been in post as Leader for six months, Boston has seen a lot of transformation throughout the whole year. With Brexit looming, there’s been a lot of uncertainty of what’s going on, however I’m confident that, following the recent General Election, I’m...