I noted with interest the comments in The Standard of both councillors and members of the public who clearly felt that the pulling out of Tesco and so-called regeneration was going to spell doom for Sleaford.
Letter - Looking to a year of growth and prosperity
The year ahead looks to bring further change and challenges in respect of local government finance, but throughout it all we remain committed to ensuring residents receive high quality services, at low cost, appropriate to their needs.
LETTERS: Council ‘did not listen’ over digestion plant plans
Once again the North Kesteven District Council Planning Committee have come up with trumps and voted for this digestion plant to go ahead and not listened to what the residents have to say about it. It would appear reading the report that they were determined to pass these plans, taking three votes and the chairman’s casting vote for it to through, getting what they wanted in the finish.
Sleaford United Charity now holds a small separate pot of money, formerly belonging to Sleaford Music Promoters or Whatever, which is to be made available to organisers of music events in Sleaford to support people’s access to music.