Saturday, January 19, 2019

The search is on for a Snowman soloist

An acclaimed orchestra is on the lookout for two North Lincolnshire school pupils to join them on stage at The Baths Hall to perform...

Children help transform hospital garden for cancer patients

Hospital staff have invited school children to help transform a garden area for the benefit of cancer patients and their families. Pupils from St Giles...
Knights Trail secures full sponsorship, seeks artists

Businesses rush to sponsor public art trail

Businesses and organisations are being urged to act fast if they want to sponsor a public art event taking place in Lincoln next year. Lincoln...
Skate park confirmed for Market Rasen

Skate park confirmed for Market Rasen

The residents of Market Reason have delighted skaters after raising enough funds for a new skate park in the historic town. The £100,000 facility, which...
Lincoln mural displays county history in colour

Lincoln mural displays county history in colour

A new mural has been unveiled in Lincoln which came into fruition from an overheard conversation. When University of Lincoln Senior Lecturer in the School...

Slimmers’ efforts to be rewarded at ceremony

Lincolnshire slimmers will be rewarded for their weight loss success at a ceremony in Horncastle on Friday 3rd October.

Awards will be presented to ten people who have lost weight through the Weight Watchers on-referral scheme, commissioned by public health at Lincolnshire County council.

Three further awards will be presented to GP surgeries in the county whose referrals to the scheme have been most successful.

Cllr Mrs Patricia Bradwell, executive member for Public Health at Lincolnshire County Council, says: “Congratulations to all the winners! Reaching a healthy weight can really improve your quality of life. It benefits your physical health, as well as your confidence and general wellbeing too.

“The county council continues to commission Weight Watchers, exercise-on-referral and health trainers to support people who wish to make healthier choices. Sustaining a healthy weight can improve health in the longer term, lowering the risk of related complications in the future.”

Adults with a Body Mass Index of 30 or over can be referred by their GP into the Weight Watchers scheme, and 4,000 adults per year in Lincolnshire are currently benefitting from a free 12-week programme.

Visit your GP if you are concerned about your weight or to see if you could be referred onto the scheme.

Ever wondered how January derived it’s name ?

Lincolnshire Today readers might be interested to know how the month of January derived its name - apparently it's from the ancient Italian god, Janus,...
Rare first edition of A Christmas Carol on display in Lincoln

Lincoln Castle named as venue for poignant poppy display

Lincoln Castle will be the next venue to display the ceramic poppy display, as part of the exhibitions tour. Derbyshire-based artist Paul Cummins was inspired...

Leave bins and bags out at correct times

Householders throughout Lincolnshire are being reminded by local Councils that their recycling and refuse bins and bags need to be placed out for collection at...

Gloomy January prompts surge in summer holiday spending – according to Lincoln travel company

January Blues seem to be hitting more people this year, with one holiday company reporting a 40% increase in revenue over what is considered...

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