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Save money on your energy bills

Citizens Advice Mid Lincolnshire secured some funding from the Big Energy Saving Network to help consumers understand energy and make savings. Their Energy Champions are on hand until 31st March 2020 to explain and provide information about understanding energy bills,...

Future Paralympian, Tyler

Year 7 Haven High student, Tyler, aged 11, has recently won his latest Taekwondo fight, despite having Holt Oram Syndrome and has met with The Mayor of Boston, Cllr Anton Dani and fellow councillors. Aiming to be a Paralympian in the future, Tyler is the only one of...

Councillors tour The Quadrant

On Wednesday 23rd October, councillor’s from Boston Borough Council’s Cabinet visited Chestnut Home’s Quadrant estate, and the new site of Boston United’s football stadium. Welcomed by Chairman of Boston United, David Newton and Director of Chestnut Homes, Neil...

Council tax support scheme

A scheme to support those in need to pay their council tax has been recommended for approval by Boston Borough Council's Cabinet. The scheme is reviewed every year and options go out for consultation with the public. A majority of those who commented agreed the...

The Boston Buoys project moving forward

The Boston Buoys artist commissions provide an exciting opportunity for three innovative artists to create six stunning new artworks by customising large-scale, historic, navigation buoys, designed to showcase Boston’s rich heritage and maritime connections. The...

New Pirate Ship welcomed by many

Families attended Woodville Road play area on Saturday for the opening of a fantastic Pirate Ship. The ship stands proud for all to see and is the largest piece of play equipment to be installed in the Borough of Boston. With three levels of play to experience from...

Local Democracy Week success 2019

Boston Borough Council welcomed 150 pupils and students from schools and colleges in the Borough who got involved with Local Democracy Week through a series of events aimed at raising their awareness of how democracy works. Secondary school pupils age 14 to 17 years...

High Street South and Boston East Neighbourhood Group

This is a local neighbourhood group who hold regular two-monthly meetings at Boston Baptist Church at 6.30pm which are Wednesdays. Their next meeting is on Wednesday, November 6. Their aim is to enhance our localities, for example with litter picks, tidying overgrown...

Community transport hails growth success

Boston Community Transport held their first AGM under new Trustees Governance and Management this month. Chairman, Barrie Pierpoint, gave his report, which included a brief history of Boston Community Transport and that the Charity was formed in May 2004.  He also...