Residents have had the opportunity to comment on plans for the brand new leisure centre in Market Rasen. Conservative-led West Lindsey District Council held an exhibition, which included a virtual reality video to showcase plans of the £6.1 million dry leisure facility.
Significant numbers of overweight people and those fighting Type Two diabetes in West Lindsey were two of the major health factors behind multi-million-pound plans to transform leisure and fitness facilities in the district.
Conservatives that represent the Rasen area have welcomed news that new parking charges, that came into force on Wednesday 5th October, will not be implemented in Market Rasen, until the festive period is over.
Market Rasen's experienced Member of Parliament, Sir Edward Leigh, has welcomed the decision of Ofsted to withdraw a report into a local nursery following suggestions that an otherwise excellent childcare facility would be downgraded due to a lack of sufficient cultural diversity.