Local Councillor Contact and Other Useful Information

Here is a collection of details that residents may find helpful.

Your ELDC Councillors

Cllr Thomas Ashton     01205 870300
Cllr Neil Jones            01205 280200

Your Lincolnshire County Councillor

Cllr Thomas Ashton     01205 870300


Sibsey’s Police Community Support Officer

PC 1438 David Mills                 Mobile 07973 842568

PCSO Teresa Key                  Mobile: 07976 947154

PCSO 2246 Martin Pearson     Mobile: 07973 842608

PCSO Emma Latham              Mobile 07973 844370

Office: 101

Boston Police Station

01205 312375/312373

Wheelie Bin Service and Collections

East Lindsey District Council operates a 3 wheelie bin collection, with separate bins for recyclable, non recyclable, and green waste. Bins are emptied weekly, with collections alternating between the recyclable and non recyclable waste. This has proved highly successful, and thanks to residents co-operation East Lindsey now has one of the best household recycling rates in the country.


In the event of a pending flood, or during a flooding incident information regarding threat of flooding can be obtained from the environment agency Floodline (www.environment-agency.gov.uk or Telephone 0845988188) or via local radio (BBC Radio Lincolnshire 94.9FM & 1368AM, and LINCS FM 102.2).

Fly Tipping/Dog Fouling

As part of a measure undertaken by East Lindsey District Council to tackle fly tipping and dog fouling residents can report incidents directly via a text hotline; 07781 481328

Stray Dogs

Stray dogs should be reported to East Lindsey District Council, not the police.


Information regarding planning procedures, applications and building regulations can be found at the Government produced website Planning Portal www.planningportal.gov.uk .

First Contact

First contact is a free Lincolnshire based scheme formed to give advice and help to the over 60s. It acts as a ‘one stop shop’ bringing together a number of public and voluntary services. For more information see their website www.ageconcernlincoln.co.uk/13.html or telephone 01522 782172.