Poppy Cascade, St Andrew's United Church, Kirton in Lindsey.
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Normal public opening hours
The Town Council office is open for public enquiries on Tuesdays and Thursdays between 12 and 4pm when the Town Clerk is always happy to meet with you, and can be available at other times by appointment.
The Town Council Office is clearly signposed within the Town Hall.
In Bloom AGM
Kirton in Lindsey In Bloom Group is havings it's AGM on Thursday 15th November. It is the first one or could be the last. Help is deperately needed. Please come aong. 7:30pm in the Town Hall. Please click here for further information.
Kirton in Lindsey Christmas Festival
The Kirton in Lindsey Christmas Festival and Lights Switch On will take place on Sunday 25th November in the Market Place and Town Hall with stalls available both outside and inside. The event will start at 3:30pm and the Christmas Lights will be switched on at 5pm. Please contact the Town Clerk for further information. Telephone 01652 648978; email firstname.lastname@example.org; address: Town Council Office, Town Hall, Kirton in Lindsey, DN21 4LZ. All residents are warmly invited to become involved in both the planning and delivering of this annual event.
Kirton in Lindsey Town Council currently has vacancies for three Councillors. For further details please contact the Town Clerk.
01652 648978 / email@example.com
Kirton Regeneration Meetings
In October 2017, Kirton in Lindsey Town Council entered discussions with North Lincolnshire Council (NLC) with concerns about the planning proposals for the town and the overall development picture this was creating for the future.
The Town Council asked for a means for all the planned developments to be looked at as one in order to maximise the potential for the town, raising concerns in terms of infrastructure, services and support.
As previously reported, there is already work coming out of these meetings with proposals from NLC for improved parking provision and traffic flow within the town.
You will have recently recieved a letter from our NLC Ward Councillors about the proposal for a mini roundabout at the Redbourne Mere / King Edward Street cross roads. The image (click here) shows the proposed positionning of the mini roundabout. (http://northlincs.gov.uk/your-council/have-your-say/elections-and-voting/electoral-wards/ridge-ward/)
One of the other current proposals under consideration is the extension of the current one-way system on the High Street. This would extend the one-way system along the High Street down the side of the Town Hall and along George Street out of the Market Place towards King Edward Street.
The image (click here) shows the existing one-way order in blue and the potential additional orders are shown in red. (Please be aware that some of the information on the mapping used by NLC is out of date!)
The car park at the library and youth centre is now designated a free public car park, and is marked up with lines in order to maximise the space available. Signage will follow shortly.
If you have any views on these proposals, please contact the Town Council via the Town Clerk by email firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone 01652 648978.
The Town Council has collated all responses received from residents and provided them to NLC for consideration.
Town Clerk & RFO - Neil Taylor-Matson
The Town Council Office, Town Hall, High Street, Kirton in Lindsey, DN21 4LZ
Telephone: 01652 648978 Mobile: 07518 284173
Clerk's Email: email@example.com
Full Council Meetings
The next Full Council meeting will be held on Wednesday 28th November, 2018 at 7pm in the Town Hall, High Street, Kirton in Lindsey. The Agenda will be published on Thursday 22nd November.
The next Personnel and Disciplinary Committee Meeting is to be held on Friday 18th January, 2019 at 10am in the Heritage Room at the Town Hall, Kirton in Lindsey. The Agenda will be published on Monday 14th January.
The next Promoting Kirton Committee Meeting is to be held on Monday 12th November, 2018 at 6:30pm at the Town Hall, High Street, Kirton in Lindsey. The Agenda is now published.
The next General Purpose Committee Meeting is to be held on Monday 10th December, 2018 at 7.00pm at the Town Hall, High Street, Kirton in Lindsey. The November meeting will become an Extraordinary Council Meeting to discuss the precept requirements for 2019-2020 and will be held on Monday 12th November 2018 at 7:30pm. The Agenda is now published.
News and information
Police Report - Crime and Anti-Social Behaviour in Kirton Lindsey – September 2018
There were 10 crimes reported in Kirton Lindsey during September, compared to 12 in August. The following is a brief summary of crime during September. Please note that the Police have removed the details of one reported crime from this summary due to the sensitive nature of the report.
Arson and Criminal Damage
There was 1 reported arson and criminal damage offence:
- Damage to a dwelling on Queen Street.
There were 4 residential burglaries reported in September:
- Northcliff Road – forced entry via kitchen window. Nothing believed stolen.
- Mill Lane – Victim returned home to find a pedal cycle 1000, vintage child’s car, 3 generators, Strimmer, Alexa and a Teddy in a glass case had been stolen.
- York Road – entry via insecure side door. Handbag and keys to a vehicle stolen. Keys then used to steal the vehicle.
- Station Road – forced entry to outbuilding; mountain bike, chainsaw and hand tools stolen.
There was 1 burglary business and community reported:
- Huntcliff School, Redbourne Mere – double doors prised open. This sets off the alarm and offender(s) make off.
Public Order Offences
There was 1 public order offence:
Causing intentional harassment, alarm or distress on Mill Lane.
Violence Against the Person
There were 3 violence against the person offences over the period:
- Assault occasioning actual bodily harm at The George Hotel, High Street (alcohol related).
- Two incidents of common assault on different streets in the town (domestic abuse related).
There were 2 ASB incidents reported in Kirton Lindsey in September, compared to one in August.
Further details of these incidents have been removed for data protection reasons.
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