Local News

Louth Cattle Market Must Stay

Since 1551, a livestock market has been at the heart of Louth. Today, Louth Cattle Market is the only livestock auction house of its type left in the county and is used by farmers and smallholders from across Lincolnshire.

Victoria welcomes surge in new GPs

Victoria Atkins, Member of Parliament for Louth & Horncastle has welcomed the recruitment of more GPs locally as part of her ongoing campaign for better local healthcare - and warned of the dangers of scare mongering about Louth Hospital.

New Heritage Lottery Fund investment

Over the bank holiday there are hidden gems around every corner in the constituency.

Since 1994, Louth & Horncastle has attracted over £10.2 million of Heritage Lottery Fund investment for projects to restore our old buildings and explore our rich history.

Lincolnshire Wolds Tourism Booming!

I always enjoy getting out and about in the Lincolnshire Wolds, exploring the stunning rolling hills and the market towns and villages nestled around it.

Best Stands at Revesby Country Show

I was delighted to be invited to judge the trade stands at the annual Revesby Country Show on Sunday.

It was a pleasure to visit the stands and speak with local businesses and organisations who were exhibiting at the show.

Do you want a bypass around Horncastle?

Traffic jams at the Bull Ring Bottleneck of the A158 and A153 have a real impact on Horncastle residents and those travelling to the coast, particularly over the summer.

Village halls need our support!

Village halls can be a much-used and much-loved part of rural life, as seen on BBC Look North (East Yorkshire & Lincolnshire) recently.

Tattershall Holy Trinity Campaign

A big thank you to Tattershall Holy Trinity Primary School for sending me your beautiful jigsaw pictures for the Send My Friend to School Campaign.

Supporting high standards in food production

Our corner of Lincolnshire helps feed the country, from award-winning butchers to national-level egg producers and high-yielding arable farms. Rightly, British farms must meet the highest standards of food production and animal welfare.