Local organisations encouraged to share in £8.76 million available across Boston and East Lindsey

Boston Borough and East Lindsey District Councils have invited local organisations to submit expressions of interest for the funding.

The UK Shared Prosperity fund and the Rural England Prosperity Fund have awarded £6.14 million and £2.62 million to East Lindsey and Boston respectively.

Welcoming the announcement, MP for Boston and Skegness Matt Warman said:

“This £8.76 million Shared Prosperity funding to Boston and East Lindsey comes on top of the £70.3 million Town Deals and £22.8 million in Levelling Up Funding and shows the Government’s commitment to Levelling Up Boston, East Lindsey and Lincolnshire as a whole. It represents a huge vote of confidence in the vision for regeneration and growth put forward by Boston and East Lindsey Councils and the Town Deal boards.

“The request for expressions of interest for projects meeting the three priorities of this latest fund is a great opportunity for even more local organisations to join in driving innovation, growth and community in our area.'”

The full bidding guide for the funding and the expression of interest form is available on the Council’s website at http://www.e-lindsey.gov.uk/UKSPF and www.boston.gov.uk/UKSPF.

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