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TV star Ross Kemp Visits Wolds Wildlife Park

Eastenders Star Ross Kemp Explores The Popular Horncastle Wildlife Park Ross Kemp who previously filmed at Wolds Wildlife Park as part of his documentary returned this month with his family for a private tour.   Ross Kemp who has previously visited Wolds Wildlife Park near Skegness and Boston as part of his ITV documentary ‘Britain’s Tiger Kings returned to the Lincolnshire Wildlife Park for a private tour. During his visit, Ross Kemp had the opportunity to explore the wonders of the Horncastle Wildlife Park. Joined by his wife and three children, Kemp was left awe-inspired by the park's diverse array of animals and the progress it has made since his involvement in the documentary. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({});Tracy Walters and Andrew Riddel, the owners of Wolds Wildlife Park, graciously extended a warm welcome to the Kemp family, offering them a private tour of the premises before opening it to the public. One particular animal that captured Kemp's heart was the Indian leopard named Mowgli. This majestic creature left a lasting impression on the renowned actor. Ross Kemp commended the park's dedication to conservation efforts and the improvements made since his last visit. Since the airing of 'Britain's Tiger Kings', Wolds Wildlife Park has expanded its offerings, introducing new enclosures and welcoming tigers, hyenas, a snow leopard, and black Saki monkeys. Furthermore, the park has added an indoor seating area and an ice cream parlour, providing visitors with additional amenities.Tracy Walters, co-owner of Wolds Wildlife Park, expressed her admiration for Ross...

Paul Gibson Appointed as New Chief Constable of Lincolnshire Police

The New Chief Constable Of Lincolnshire Announced With crime increasing, Lincolnshire residents are hoping the new Chief Inspector of Lincolnshire Police will make some drastic changes to reduce crime.   Lincolnshire Police who cover areas including Skegness, Louth, Lincoln, and Boston, has announced the appointment of Paul Gibson as its new Chief Constable. This appointment comes after the departure of Chris Haward, who has taken up a position with the National Police Chiefs' Council. With a career spanning over two decades in law enforcement, Paul Gibson brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his new role. 50-year-old Paul Gibson began his career in Lincolnshire in 1998. Gibson later assumed the role of Assistant Chief Constable at Derbyshire Police, and temporarily served as Chief Constable at Northamptonshire Police. In 2020, Gibson was initially shortlisted as the preferred candidate for the role of Chief Constable in Lincolnshire. However, on that occasion, Chris Haward was selected for the position. Nevertheless, this time around, Gibson was chosen as the deserving candidate, filling him "with a great sense of pride." The decision was made after a thorough evaluation process, including stakeholder panels and interviews. The Lincolnshire Police and Crime Commissioner, Marc Jones, accompanied Gibson during the announcement and expressed his utmost confidence in the selection process, assuring that Gibson is indeed the right candidate for the position. Paul Gibson's extensive experience and qualifications make him an ideal choice for the role of Chief Constable. With his deep understanding of the Lincolnshire region, having been born and raised there, he possesses a unique perspective...

Lincolnshire Dad Raises Concerns Over Council House Safety

Disabled Holbeach resident Says His Council Property Is Not Safe The disabled dad of three said he "doesn't feel safe" in his own home after the kitchen ceiling collapsed.   A disabled dad who has asked his council for help has said he does not feel safe in his home after the kitchen ceiling collapsed. The 51-year-old disabled father of three who has a council house in Holbeach, Lincolnshire, which is 8 miles from Spalding; 17 miles from Boston claims the council property puts him and his family in danger. Last year, while Ian Miller was tidying up the kitchen with his son, a part of the ceiling suddenly collapsed. This alarming incident not only caused damage but also put the safety of Mr. Miller and his son at risk.(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({});Recounting the incident, Mr. Miller described it as "an almighty great crash" that led to his son being hit by falling debris and him experiencing an asthma attack due to the dust. Ian Miller, who is registered disabled and suffers from chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), already faces multiple challenges in his daily life. COPD, a condition that causes breathing difficulties, requires a safe and healthy living environment. Unfortunately, Mr. Miller claims that the council house has additional issues that exacerbate his concerns. Prior to the ceiling collapse, Mr. Miller had already spent thousands of pounds of his own money to address damp and mould issues in the house. These problems can have serious health implications, especially for individuals with...

Independent Review of Tragic Death of Two-Year-Old Bronson Battersby in Skegness

An independent review will take place into the deaths of a two-year-old boy and his father in Skegness. The independent review into the death of two-year-old Bronson Battersby and his father, Kenneth Battersby, in Skegness is a crucial step towards understanding the circumstances surrounding this heartbreaking incident   The Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Partnership has announced an independent review into the heartbreaking death of two-year-old Bronson Battersby and his father, Kenneth Battersby. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || ).push({});Bronson was found deceased alongside his father in their home in Skegness on 9th January. The review, which involves the county council, Lincolnshire Police, and health organizations, aims to investigate the circumstances leading to this tragedy and identify ways to prevent similar incidents in the future. Bronson Battersby's untimely death has raised concerns about the effectiveness of safeguarding measures and the need for improvements. The family was known to children's services, and a social worker had contact with Mr. Battersby on 27th December, arranging a home visit for 2nd January. However, when the appointment was missed, the police were contacted, and subsequent attempts to make contact were made on 4th and 9th January. The Lincolnshire Safeguarding Children Partnership, led by independent chair Chris Cook, is undertaking a comprehensive review of the circumstances surrounding Bronson and Kenneth Battersby's deaths. The review will focus on safeguarding improvements and measures that can prevent similar incidents from occurring in the future. It is expected to take up to six months to complete, and the findings will be made public once all related...

Households Urged to Act Now to Claim £150 Off Energy Bills

Don’t Miss Out On Money Off Energy Bills People in Lincolnshire including Grimsby, Scunthorpe, Lincoln, Skegness, and Boston are being warned to act fast to make sure they do not miss out on the cost   The cost-of-living crisis has left over six million households in the UK including in Lincolnshire struggling with fuel poverty. To help reduce the burden, the government has introduced the Warm Home Discount Scheme, which provides support to vulnerable households. However, time is running out, and households are urged to take action before the approaching deadline of February 29. In this article, we will discuss the eligibility criteria for the scheme, how to apply, and the benefits it offers.   What is the Warm Home Discount Scheme? Under the Warm Home Discount Scheme, eligible households can receive a £150 discount off their electricity bill for the winter season of 2023-2024. This discount is applied directly to the electricity bill between October 2023 and March 2024. While many eligible customers automatically receive this discount through their suppliers, some households may need to confirm their details to ensure they receive the support they are entitled to.   Eligibility Criteria for the Warm Home Discount Scheme To qualify for the Warm Home Discount Scheme in England and Wales, households must meet one of the following criteria:       Receive the Guarantee Credit element of Pension Credit     Have a low income and high energy costs   In Scotland, households are eligible if they receive the Guarantee Credit element of Pension Credit or meet their energy supplier's criteria for the scheme. It's worth noting that...