The underpass after its tidy up by Sleaford Riverside Church members. EMN-180307-115553001

Churchgoers and runners doing their bit to keep Sleaford tidy!

Litter pickers have been busy in Sleaford again doing their best to make the place look neat for the upcoming visit by judges for East Midlands in Bloom. Members of Facebook group Sleaford Be Litter Free, Les and Christine Parker, recruited members of Sleaford Global from The Riverside Church for a clean up of the underpass at Castle Causeway. They gave it a fresh coat of paint and did lots of weeding.

Coun Paul Dean with Diane Warburton. Image supplied.

New play equipment for village

Ruskington Parish Council opened the recently installed play equipment at the Parkfield Road play area last week. The Titan swing set was opened by parish council chairman, Coun Paul Dean, and Diane Warburton, store manager of the Ruskington One Stop shop, which donated £2,000 towards the cost of the equipment through their ‘Carriers for Causes’ scheme. Diane said: “We are delighted to contribute towards providing this new facility, which will benefit the younger members of our community.”

Sleaford and Metheringham Co-op staff at work on the play park in Swaton. EMN-180615-094104001

Co-op clean helps tidy up play park

Staff and members of Lincolnshire Co-operative gathered at Swaton’s Queen Elizabeth Recreation Park to do weeding, planting and tidying up as part of the Big Co-op Clean campaign on Friday.

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