Your Local Lincs magazine will remain open during the 2021 January & February lockdown. The office and warehouse will operate an appointment service for delivery of booked leaflets to be dropped off. Sadly we can no longer receive any more rotary shoe boxes or mens’ clothes for rehabilitating ex-offenders. Distribution will continue as normal as we are an essential community service. We continue to adhere to strict Covid-19 Government guidelines. We are under constant review and should official guidelines change then we will respond accordingly.

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Happy New Year! I hope that you have all managed to enjoy what you could of the festivities under the current situation? I know if you feel like I do, you will be hoping for some kind of normality to resume again at some point in 2021. With the Covid-19 vaccine now starting to become available, it does seem that there might be a possibility. Thank you to all our NHS and key workers that have worked tirelessly ensuring that we stay safe and receive the services that we sometimes take for granted.

Page 6 this month sees local farmer, Joe Hodgson talking about how local farmers are working together for wildlife and not against them. Our competition will see one lucky winner win a £50 voucher to spend at Ivy’s Farm Shop.

If you enjoy our regular recipe pages, you will love this month’s winter warmer to celebrate Burns Night - Cranachan. If you make the recipe, we would love to hear your thoughts on the taste.

There are some good suggestions in our Teen Talk page on how to communicate with your teens on page 18.

Meet Will and Kate Simpson, local business owners of Simpson Arboriculture who are featured on page 32 in our ‘Let’s talk Local’. It’s a lovely read.

Have a wonderful month, stay safe and warm!

Best wishes

Karen

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Your Local Lincs Magazine is a high quality, glossy, compact magazine that bridges the gap between local newspapers and regional lifestyle magazines.

Printed in full colour throughout, it contains a range of interesting and relevant news and features about your local area. As well as providing a one-stop shop for useful information such as what’s on, community news and information.

Now in our 13th year, we have an impressive monthly distribution of over 23,000 homes and businesses. The magazine content has a bit of something for everyone.

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