Three centres in Lincolnshire which help people overcome addictions have been given a revamp.
What have Lincoln Cathedral, the Red Arrows and St Hugh got in common? They’re going on the road to promote Lincolnshire around Europe and the UK.
If one of your New Year’s resolutions is to get your business online, Lincolnshire County Council is running a series of free Internet workshops this month as part of its onlincolnshire campaign.
A £30 million boost to the Government’s Start-Up Loans scheme has been announced by the Prime Minister.
Business confidence in the non-farming rural sector is growing, proving the countryside is starting to emerge from the recession.
Ambitious charity Young Potential, which recently launched its first shop in Lincoln, is proving so popular the enterprise is already gearing up to expand its ranges.
Young people in Lincoln wanting to kick-start a retail career will benefit from an innovative new training programme creating Apprenticeship opportunities across the city.
Two teenagers in Boston have secured their futures by joining apprenticeship programmes.
Many businesses took the opportunity of an Olympic year to put something back into the community through promoting sport and healthy eating as well as through the idea of volunteering. Lincolnshire is no exception with businesses getting stuck in.
Lincolnshire is renowned for its innovative companies – but does the infrastructure exists to provide vital support?