Kirton in Lindsey Town Council

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King Edward Street December 2022

King Edward Street, Kirton in Lindsey, December 2022

Coronavirus information sources:

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Town Council Office - Opening hours

Please note that public opening hours of the Town Council office are Tuesdays and Thursday between 12noon to 4pm.

The Clerk is also available by phone or email for any enquiries or concerns and at other times by appointment.


Tel: 01652 648978

Tel: 07518 284173


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 Contact Details

Town Clerk, Burial Clerk & Responsible Financial Officer - Neil Taylor-Matson

Assistant Clerk - Cheri Morton

The Town Council Office, Town Hall, High Street, Kirton in Lindsey, DN21 4LZ



Clerk's contact details

Telephone: 01652 648978   Mobile: 07518 284173

Clerk's e-mail:

Assistant Clerk's contact details

Mobile: 07936 936961

Assistant Clerk's email:


Next Meetings

The Schedule of Meetings 2022-2023 can be viewed here.


Full Council Meetings 

The next Monthly Meeting of Kirton in Lindsey Town Council will be held on Wednesday 22nd February 2023 at 7pm in the Town Hall, High Street.   The Agenda and supporting documentation will be published on the Meetings - Minutes and Agendas page from Thursday 16th February.


The next Promoting Kirton Committee Meeting will be held at the Town Hall on Monday 13th February 2023 at 7:15pm. The Agenda will be published on the Meetings - Minutes and Agendas Page from 7th February.

The next General Purposes Committee Meeting will be held at the Town Hall on Monday 13th February 2023 at 8:15pm. The Agenda will be published on the Meetings - Minutes and Agendas Page from 7th February.

The next Personnel and Disciplinary Committee Meeting will be held on Friday 31st March 2023 at 12:30pm in the Town Hall.  The Agenda will be published on the Meetings - Minutes and Agendas Page from Monday 27th March.


News and information

Civic Award 2022
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Kirton in Lindsey Town Council are looking for your nominations for the 2022 Civic Award.
There are many unsung community heroes walking amongst us, and this is your chance to show them that their efforts are inspirational - you can nominate anyone
from the town whose contribution you think should be celebrated.
People who make a big difference in the community by going above and beyond the call of duty, perhaps a role model or a motivator - there is so much good work going on - whoever you feel is doing good in our town, the Town Council would like to hear about them and help you celebrate their achievements.
The annual Civic Award is a great way to show your gratitude to those who may not usually get the recognition they deserve. The winner will be selected by the Town Council and presented with a custom made award to keep and have their name added to the Civic Award Shield displayed in the Town Hall.
Please send your nomination, including details of why you think they deserve the award, to the Town Clerk.
By e-mail: by post: Town Council Office, Town Hall, High Street, Kirton in Lindsey, DN21 4LZ or by phone: 01652 648978 before Friday 10th February 2023.
Winter weather - Salt bins

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Using a salt bin or notice that it’s running low?
Salt bins are provided, stocked and refilled by North Lincolnshire Council. Don’t leave a salt bin running low as you never know when you or someone else might need to use it.
If a salt bin is in need of refilling, contact North Lincolnshire Council with the exact location on Tel: 01724 297000, via Email: or on the Website:
Since last year, North Lincolnshire Council have provided a salt which is the by-product of sugar beet production, which is more efficient and so not as much salt is now needed as previously to break down ice.
Yellow salt bins are priority bins, sited by North Lincolnshire Council and will always be stocked first, green salt bins are additional bins requested by the Town Council which North Lincolnshire Council will refill after the priority yellow bins.
Let’s work together to keep Kirton in Lindsey safe and moving through the winter.


Library revised opening hours and volunteer opportunities

Library Update Oct22

Cleaner Kirton Poster Competition

Kirton in Lindsey Town Council challenge you to make an eye-catching poster to encourge all dog owners to pick up after their pets.  The closing date is Tuesday 28th February and all the details you need are on the poster below.  Why not have a go?

Cleaner Kirton poster competition 2023

Kirton in Lindsey Annual Scarecrow Trail - the survey results!

We asked you to complete a short survey online or from the pages of Kirton First to tell us your thoughts on the annual scarecrow trail.  41 responses were received, 36 online and 5 from Kirton First.  Thanks to each of you who filled in the survey, and we are pleased to present the details of the findings here.

Scarecrow Trail survey results

Community Renewal Project "Connecting Kirton" report.

Between June 2021 and June 2022 North Lincolnshire Council Community Champions Pot funded a £25,000 feasibility study focused on community renewal for Kirton in Lindsey.  The project focused on mapping and understanding the different groups within the town and how they are represented, establishing a community development framework for the town and using the information gathered to begin some activities and create a plan to continue to improve the life and wellbeing of residents by planning for ongoing activity and funding.

The feasibility study report was provided to North Lincolnshire Council and Kirton in Lindsey Town Council in early July 2022 and a presentation of the report took place at the Town Council's Full Council Meeting held on 28th September 2022. 

The report can be viewed by selecting here Kirton in Lindsey Feasibility Study.

Feedback recieved from residents will now be collated together for the Council to review and report back to residents. 


Newsletter A brief update on news and activities from the Town Council

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