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Our Vision for Boston as Government announces Town Fund plans

Ambitious plans to redevelop Boston have taken a major step forward after the Government announced it is bringing forward £5bn of capital investment projects to support jobs and the economic recovery. The Boston Town Deal is aiming to secure up to £750,000 of central...

Children praised at Staniland Academy

From March 23rd, when schooling as they knew it changed overnight, the children have achieved some amazing things and shown incredible reliance in a time of uncertainty. They opened to Key Worker children during the initial lockdown period and although they had...

New Boston Skate Park coming soon

After an eight-week delay due to COVID-19 Boston’s new skate park is finally underway. This is the start of phase two of the development in Central Park the first being a Multi-Use Games Area (MUGA) and table tennis tables which were completed in March. The Skate Park...

Who is your favourite Boston Market Trader?

This year as part of Love Your Local Market #LYLM campaign which should have taken place in May, we were on the search for Your Market Trader of the Year for Boston, #LYLM has been postponed due to covid and launched with the new initiative #mymarket and as part of...

Appeal for information on fly-tipping

Boston Borough Council is appealing for information from local residents and businesses relating to fly-tipping in the borough of Boston. Fly-tipping is regularly reported to us and where we find evidence in the waste we will take action against those responsible....

Park Academy work hard to welcome new starters

A Boston school, recently graded Good by Ofsted, has been working hard to ensure that its newest pupils will have the smoothest of starts - despite the obstacles that have been thrown in its way by the COVID outbreak. As part of its efforts for its new pupils joining...

Boston Marathon 2020 still to goahead

Planning is going ahead to stage the Boston Marathon on Sunday 13th September. The Boston Marathon Association feels it has the infrastructure and the experienced volunteers to ensure that this event can safely go ahead.  It is also acutely aware of the popularity of...

The colour purple reigns

The purple bin trial has been hailed a huge success, with a massive 132.5 tonnes of paper and card collected between September 2019 and May 2020. The scheme was trialled in Boston town, Fenside and Wyberton, and Palm Paper, the company that processes the contents of...