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  • Stay active programme This summer, Boston Big Local funded a programme of fitness and wellbeing activities for older residents in Boston.  The Stay Active course offered a range of mild to moderate exercises, designed to help participants keep their minds and bodies fit and active. The four week programme was delivered by the Lincolnshire Health […]

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  • Sports taster days Children were encouraged to get active during the October half term holidays by taking part in multi-sports, football and cheerleading activities at United in the Community. Boston Big Local has provided funding to support taster days that introduce young people from the Boston Big Local area to a range of sports and […]

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  • Richard Tory, chair of Boston Big Local, was delighted to get a letter recently from Alison Fairman, Chair of the Boston in Bloom Partnership Group.  Alison writes: “I am delighted to write to thank you and the residents of Boston Big Local for supporting the Boston in Bloom 2015 campaign. It was noted by the […]

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  • Our thanks to Andrew Malkin, Communications Manager at Boston Borough Council for this blog. Supporting a more attractive environment Market Place shoppers were delighted to pick up the bargain of the day on Wednesday – a FREE gift to help them avoid picking up a £75 littering fine. Boston Borough Council’s environmental enforcement team, helped by Boston […]

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