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Office closed - Morning of 25 February

Our office at Acis House will be closed to the public on the morning of Tuesday 25 February. This is due to some urgent work that needs to be done to the roof of the building. Our Customer Conta...

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YES | supporting young people into work

Our Youth and Employer Support (YES) programme is designed to create working opportunities for Young People in West Lindsey. Whether this is through work experience, employability skills, wider pas...

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Severe weather warning

We’re aware that there has been a severe weather warning for our region over the next few days heading into next week....

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Accelerate | Work experience puts Kieran on the right path

Kieran Willerton approached our Accelerate project for some support in finding suitable courses to, ultimately, find employment. With his confidence slipping due to knock backs, Kieran got in touch...

We’re taking part in the Fire Kills campaign!

The Home Office is re-launching its Fire Kills national advertising campaign as part of the Government’s on-going commitment to help prevent fatalities and injuries from accidental fire.

The campaign encourages households in England to test their smoke alarms regularly. This year the campaign also addresses the need for the correct placement of smoke alarms. This aims to address the risk that smoke fails to reach a working smoke alarm due to its positioning, or that there are not enough in the home.

We are keen to reach vulnerable individuals, such as older and disabled people, as research shows they are at greater risk from accidental fires.

Working with local fire and rescue services and partners, we aim to build awareness of how people can seek help and be helped by friends, relatives, neighbours and carers. We are particularly highlighting the value of home fire safety checks that local fire and rescue services offer.

Find out more on: https://firekills.campaign.gov.uk/

 

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