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WHAT A YEAR 2017 WAS FOR NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE. Take a look back at some of our favourite bits from the past 12 months! - 15,000 people watched the City of Culture fireworks from Waters’ Edge in Barton - In February, Treasured City opened at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre - North Lincolnshire hosted stage three of the Tour of Britain   Read more

At a glittering awards ceremony farmers, producers and other passionate Select Lincolnshire members celebrated their success in being shortlisted for coveted awards.

During the evening we were treated to a delicious local Lincolnshire menu and met some ambassador members of Select Lincolnshire.  Celebrity Chef Rachel Green joined us and talked to Pete Storey from Harrisons Restaurant and Susie Carlisle from The Lincoln tea and Coffee Co who told us how they benefit from being members and awards winners.

The annual awards are run by Select Lincolnshire for Food. They recognise and reward the people and businesses behind Lincolnshire’s billion pound food and farming industry.

The Lincolnshire Trust for Cats runs a retirement home for cats. The Trust encourages owners to make provision in their wills for their pets as currently there are so many cats looking for homes that older cats do not stand a chance.

To improve the accommodation for the older cats we ran our 'Grab-a-Grand Prize Raffle to raise funds allowing us to enclose what was a derelict yard with an Edwardian rosewood conservatory. This provides the retired cats with a wonderfully warm all year round facility.

Headquarters: The Hedgerows, Mill Lane, Osgodby, Lincolnshire LN8 3TB
Telephone: 01673 844628      Fax: 01673 844628
Charity Registration Number: 1089896

The purpose of the STP is to help ensure health and care services in Lincolnshire are developed around the needs of our local population so they are fit for the future.

Each area has developed proposals built around the needs of the whole population in the area, not just those of individual organisations.

To achieve really good health for the people of Lincolnshire with support from an excellent and accessible health service delivered within our financial allocation by 2021.

WHAT A YEAR 2017 WAS FOR NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE. Take a look back at some of our favourite bits from the past 12 months! - 15,000 people watched the City of Culture fireworks from Waters’ Edge in Barton - In February, Treasured City opened at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre - North Lincolnshire hosted stage three of the Tour of Britain   Read more

At a glittering awards ceremony farmers, producers and other passionate Select Lincolnshire members celebrated their success in being shortlisted for coveted awards.

During the evening we were treated to a delicious local Lincolnshire menu and met some ambassador members of Select Lincolnshire.  Celebrity Chef Rachel Green joined us and talked to Pete Storey from Harrisons Restaurant and Susie Carlisle from The Lincoln tea and Coffee Co who told us how they benefit from being members and awards winners.

The annual awards are run by Select Lincolnshire for Food. They recognise and reward the people and businesses behind Lincolnshire’s billion pound food and farming industry.

The Lincolnshire Trust for Cats runs a retirement home for cats. The Trust encourages owners to make provision in their wills for their pets as currently there are so many cats looking for homes that older cats do not stand a chance.

To improve the accommodation for the older cats we ran our 'Grab-a-Grand Prize Raffle to raise funds allowing us to enclose what was a derelict yard with an Edwardian rosewood conservatory. This provides the retired cats with a wonderfully warm all year round facility.

Headquarters: The Hedgerows, Mill Lane, Osgodby, Lincolnshire LN8 3TB
Telephone: 01673 844628      Fax: 01673 844628
Charity Registration Number: 1089896

WHAT A YEAR 2017 WAS FOR NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE. Take a look back at some of our favourite bits from the past 12 months! - 15,000 people watched the City of Culture fireworks from Waters’ Edge in Barton - In February, Treasured City opened at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre - North Lincolnshire hosted stage three of the Tour of Britain   Read more

At a glittering awards ceremony farmers, producers and other passionate Select Lincolnshire members celebrated their success in being shortlisted for coveted awards.

During the evening we were treated to a delicious local Lincolnshire menu and met some ambassador members of Select Lincolnshire.  Celebrity Chef Rachel Green joined us and talked to Pete Storey from Harrisons Restaurant and Susie Carlisle from The Lincoln tea and Coffee Co who told us how they benefit from being members and awards winners.

The annual awards are run by Select Lincolnshire for Food. They recognise and reward the people and businesses behind Lincolnshire’s billion pound food and farming industry.

WHAT A YEAR 2017 WAS FOR NORTH LINCOLNSHIRE. Take a look back at some of our favourite bits from the past 12 months! - 15,000 people watched the City of Culture fireworks from Waters’ Edge in Barton - In February, Treasured City opened at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre - North Lincolnshire hosted stage three of the Tour of Britain   Read more


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