Conservation areas were introduced into the UK in 1967 and are used to identify places considered worthy of preservation or enhancement because of their special architectural or historic interest. A conservation area was designated in Allington in 1990. SKDC is now undertaking a review of all the conservation areas in the district and has published some consultation proposals to extend the core area in the village that is covered by the Allington document.
Tickets are now on sale for Lark in the Park 2013 featuring Queen tribute Mercury.
The March meeting saw the election of a new Committee for the coming year. We have a varied programme of events, which started with an extremely enjoyable visit to Grantham Guildhall to see Cats. The Star Academy were wonderful and it was agreed by all that the production was at least as good as, if [...]
By way of a change ‘Syntax’ has planned a different evening on May 15th. If you once knew and loved a particular poem but can’t remember much of it we will do all the research to find it then read it aloud in the village hall. Around the village are a few little boxes in [...]
We have received the following email from Eleanor Roberts. Can anyone help? “Hello! I’m hoping you can help me. I’m trying to find Susannah Brown who used to live in Allington as I am organising a KGGS reunion in August for my class. I know her mum was called Sandy and her siblings were Charlotte [...]
Easter 2013 appears to have been the coldest on record. However, it clearly takes more than a cold snap to keep Allington’s youngsters away from their Easter Eggs. The egg hunt at the playing field on bank Holiday Monday saw a good turnout of parents and young people alike. Although the eggs had been carefully secreted away around various [...]
Allington’s Annual Parish meeting will take place on Wednesday April 10th at 7.30pm in the village hall. It’s an opportunity for everyone to contribute to village activities and to express their opinions. Wine and juice will be available. This year’s important item is the presentation of the Village Plan. You are needed to voice your thoughts [...]
The Playing Field Committee recently conducted an online survey about play facilities in Allington. This was aimed directly at young people. The results are now available and can be downloaded from the link at the foot of this article. Not surprisingly the results show an overwhelming desire for new and better facilities. This information will form [...]
Allington’s annual Easter Egg Hunt will take place at the playing field on Easter Monday at 11.00AM. Entry is free.
Lincolnshire County Council has announced its plans for the roll out of superfast broadband. After a year of campaigns and consultation it has been revealed that BT has been awarded a contract to deliver the new services. The County broadband plan aims to deliver superfast broadband to 90% of the county’s residents by sometime in 2015. The [...]
Allington’s community led plan is now available for download. The plan covers a broad range of issues that residents have voiced support and concern about. It details options and ideas for the ongoing development of our village and will undoubtedly provoke discussion in the coming months. You can get your copy by using the link [...]