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Festive Windows Light up the Town

22nd December 2020 Following the launch of the brand new Festive Window Competition this year, Louth Town Council were delighted at the enthusiasm of businesses that took part. Twenty-eight town centre businesses entered the competition, pulling out all the stops this year to decorate their windows with a cheerful festive theme. The outright winner was …

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Mayor opening charity christmas cards at St James Church

Mayor Opens Cards for Good Causes

26th October 2020 Last week the Mayor of Louth, Councillor Darren Hobson, was delighted to officially open the Cards for Good Causes, one of the charity Christmas card retailers, as it opened its pop-up shop doors in in St James Church. The not-for-profit organisation has a huge selection of charity Christmas cards and seasonal gifts …

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War Memorial Remembrance Day 2018

Remembrance 2020

13th October 2020 As with so many events this year, Remembrance 2020 will be marked differently. Because we are not permitted to meet in large groups, there will be different ways in which people can commemorate those who have suffered in conflict in past years. Laying of Wreaths This year, the laying of wreaths will …

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Picking a tree for Christmas 2020

Christmas is Coming!

9th October 2020 Strawson Woodland (Christmas Tree Producer) have generously offered to assist again this year in making Louth Town Centre look magical at Christmas. At their kind invitation, the Mayor of Louth, Councillor Darren Hobson visited their site in Little Cawthorpe today and chose a magnificent Nordic Fir for display in Louth Market Place.  …

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Fly the Flag on Lincolnshire Day!

Fly the Flag on Lincolnshire Day!

The blue, green, red, and yellow of the Lincolnshire flag can be seen flown across the county on Lincolnshire Day (October 1st) and indeed throughout the year having been first flown in 2005 after a campaign and competition run by BBC Radio Lincolnshire – Yellowbelly, Michelle Andrews designed the winning creation. The flag features a …

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