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Over 10 years we, the residents, have £1 Million to spend in our Boston Big Local Area. The money has been given by the National Lottery and is to be spent on improving the community.

If you are a resident, group or charity in the BBL area or you have members who live in the BBL area you can apply for funding.

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Residents have £1million to spend for the benefit of the community.
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Your Money

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Your Money, your choice.
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Latest News

Project Coordinator Job Role

Job Title: Project Coordinator Hours: 8 hours per week at £16 p/hr + expenses and additional hours by arrangement Term: 1 Year Rolling Contract from Plan Approval Date Location: Various Reporting to: Contracted to the Local Trusted Organisation and accountable to the Boston Big Local Partnership. Purpose Coordinate the design, delivery and evaluation of the […]

Big Local Rep’s Review – October to December 2018

Every three months as your Big Local Rep, I share my thoughts on local area progress with you as residents and with the central team managing the national programme. Your comments and thoughts are always welcome. Looking back Running things This has been a busy quarter reviewing the partnership, reviewing the background profile and the current plan, consulting with partners and building the […]

Final Cheque For The Boston Marathon UK.

Since the first Boston Marathon, UK was run in 2016, we, the residents of Boston Big Local, have pump funded the event to help get it up and running. Now going into its fourth year the Marathon is heading towards profitability meaning this will be our last investment into this event. On Wednesday the 28th […]

Blackfriars Theatre Lift Opening

Blackfriars Theatre kindly invited Boston Big Local to the opening of their brand new lift. A project that has been more than 10 years in the making. It started as a hope and dream to enable more people to access the stage and the theatre. After an extremely kind donation of £11,000 in the will […]

So, you think you know where you live?

Over the summer of 2018 many innocent attendees of events, financed by Boston Big Local, were accosted by members of the Resident’s Panel, armed with clip-boards and copies of our annual questionnaire. One of the questions (accompanied by a fuzzy map of central Boston, with enlarged labels naming prominent roads and various drains that form […]

Christmas Lights In Boston

At our last meeting in October, we discussed the application from Andrew Lovelace representing Christmas in Boston. Christmas in Boston are a group who meet throughout the year to arrange the organisation of lights for Christmas. They work with local schools and community groups to create the lights to ensure everyone feels involved. This year […]

Local Insights report

Have ever wondered what Boston is like and the stats and the insight for the town. Oxford Consultants for Social Inclusion (OCSI), have compiled information about our town around the areas of Population, Skills and Education, Vulnerable Groups, Economy, Health & Wellbeing, Housing, Crime and Safety and Communities & Environment. Check out these insights below. […]

Planning Meeting

In April 2019, our new 2-year plan will come into effect. The first step of this journey happened on the 11th October 2018 at the Len Medlock Centre. Our meeting was a great success in brainstorming ideas and concepts that could fall in our new plan which fit within each of our themes: Health and […]

Big Local Rep’s Review – July to September 2018

As your Big Local Rep, I share my thoughts on local area progress with you as residents and with the central team managing the national programme about every three months. Your comments and thoughts are always welcome. Looking back Running things The partnership continues to meet monthly with the strong support of the Local Trusted Organisation, Age UK Lincoln & […]

Funded By

The National Lottery Community Fund

Our Local Trust Organisation

Age UK Lincoln & South Lincolnshire
Chantry House, 3 Lincoln Lane
Boston, Lincolnshire, PE21 8RU

Spending So Far

We have 10 years to spend the £1 million.
We are in year 4 and we have currently spent around £313,000.