£200k project to upgrade Lincoln High Street level crossing this Christmas

11/23/2022 2:20:00 PM

Aims to make the crossing smoother

£200k project to upgrade Lincoln High Street level crossing this Christmas

Aims to make the crossing smoother

Contact author A Lincolnshire couple who have lived in Qatar for over 20 years are loving the atmosphere of the World Cup and believe the country is far better than some national media suggests.Contact author A Lincolnshire-based food waste recycling company has been fined £36,000 after unlawful land spreading and waste storing in the county and beyond.Contact author A series of BT hubs boosting broadband and 5G connectivity are planned for Lincoln city centre.or one of the many upcoming festive events.

Mandy Elsby and her husband Mark, who are both aged 56, moved from Immingham in North East Lincolnshire to Qatar in 2001 because of Mark’s work on an oil refinery.Not only does Mandy have tickets to all of England’s Group B games, including the recent 6-2 win over Iran, but she and her family have also been mixing with fans from other nations to watch matches in local pubs.It is a company that disposes and recycles waste sludge and liquid waste, the majority of which are generated by the food industry.Mark and Mandy Elsby with their sons Callum and Bradley, and son-in-law Alex in their local pub in Doha called Krossroads.The hubs include 1Gbps WiFi connections and also help to boost 5G signal around the city centre.She told The Lincolnite: “We lived in Immingham all our lives until we moved to Qatar, all our children were born in Grimsby.Spreading waste to land can be done as an alternative source to traditional fertilisers, but environmental permits are in place to monitor this and ensure this doesn’t happen in excess.“It’s full of fun and energy now with the World Cup going on.3 of 10 A fresh way to do animal print, this zebra-print satin midi is a great option for an event where you're unsure of the dress code.

We went to see the England players at their hotel (on Monday) as we live in Al Wakra where they are staying.This agreement ensures that waste is only permitted to be spread to land where it benefits the soil or crop, rather than posing a threat to the environment.How the new hub will look on the High Street.“Fans (from all the different nations) have been great so far and very friendly.” Mandy and Mark soaked up the atmosphere during England’s match against Iran at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha.Doncaster Magistrates’ Court heard that Whites Recycling Limited, breached its permit by spreading liquid waste to fields near Ivy House Farm in Auckley between March and May 2018.Mandy was in the crowd at the Khalifa International Stadium in Doha for England’s 6-2 win over Iran, for what she described as an “amazing” game.“Street Hubs bring councils, communities and citizens wide-scale digital connectivity at no cost – entirely run and installed by BT,” said the documents.Bukayo Saka netted a brace and there were also goals from Jude Bellingham, Raheem Sterling, Marcus Rashford, and Jack Grealish.Liquid waste containing nitrogen and phosphates were spread on land by the company at the wrong time of year or in excessive quantities.

Mandy said she is “England through and through and hopes they go all the way”, but also wants “Qatar to do well”.Although they still visit North East Lincolnshire, Qatar really feels like home for Mandy and Mark after 21 years.The court fined Whites Recycling Limited £36,000 and further ordered the company to pay a statutory surcharge of £170, along with the Environment Agency’s investigation and legal costs of £38,008.“BT’s Street Hubs will provide such a service, however, to enable this to be provided free of cost to the taxpayer (national and local), advertisement on either side of the unit is required to support this function, and as such is an intrinsic part of the development.Bradley enjoying the World Cup atmosphere with his brother-in-law Alex.The couple’s children – Bradley, 32 Callum, 30, and Bethany, 27, all went to school in Grimsby, but they have all spent a large amount of their lives in Qatar.After the sentencing, Area Environment Manager Steve Lawrie said: “Our rules are in place for a good reason and to ensure that any material that is spread is done correctly and managed in a way that protects the environment.Bradley now lives in Cyprus, with Callum and Bethany in Cleethorpes and Newark respectively.MyLocal Lincolnshire is the new home of The Lincolnite.

Bradley and Callum, along with Mandy’s son-in-law Alex, are all enjoying the atmosphere of the World Cup in Qatar.“We hope this case sends a message to other land spreading operators and farmers that we take land spreading offences very seriously.As well as attending England’s games live, Mandy and her family plan to watch several games involving other nations in local pubs.Bradley (centre), who is married to Australia-born Holly, is pictured enjoying a beer with Australian fans ahead of their match against France.“We will always take action against anyone who fails to act in accordance with environmental laws and if anyone spots an environmental incident, they can report it to the Environment Agency’s 24-hour incident hotline on 0800 807060.On Tuesday, November 22, they went to the Marriott rooftop bar in Doha and witnessed Saudi Arabia’s surprise 2-1 victory at Argentina, which Mandy said “shows you don’t always know” what will happen.The family also enjoyed soaking up the atmosphere with Australia fans ahead of their match with France on Tuesday night, which ended in a 4-1 victory for Les Bleus.

Mandy’s son Callum has tickets to attend Ghana against South Korea in November 28 as “he is an Arsenal supporter and one of their players (Thomas Partey) is Ghanian”.Brothers Bradley and Callum enjoying the atmosphere in the Marriott rooftop bar in Doha ahead of Australia’s match with France on Tuesday night (November 22).When asked if she thinks the national British media coverage of the World Cup has been a fair reflection on Qatar, Mandy said: “I don’t think the media coverage is a true reflection of the country, there’s a lot that the media don’t want to know.“We are enjoying being here and at the World Cup is massive bonus.From a supporter’s take on it, it is brilliant, well organised, and the people have helped in all aspects of travel, getting into functions, and just in general.

” Brothers Callum and Bradley are loving the World Cup in Qatar.Laws and rules, including about same-sex relationships being illegal, alcohol bans, and treatment of women, have caused controversy and been publicised a lot in national media.However, as a local resident of Doha, Mandy says: “We have to remember it’s about the football.Also people need to respect countries’ laws and culture.“From Monday’s game and being mixed with the Iranian fans, the atmosphere was brilliant.

It has been fantastic up to now, we are having a great time and in my opinion such a small country is coping very well with it all.” Mark and Mandy Elsby were in the stadium to witness England’s 6-2 hammering of Iran in their Group B opener at the World Cup in Qatar.After the World Cup, Mandy and Mark will be returning back to North East Lincolnshire for Christmas, and are looking forward to returning to the county.But for now she is focusing on enjoying the World Cup with her family and is “very excited” about attending England’s match against USA at Al Bayt Stadium, Al Khor in Qatar on Friday, November 25.MyLocal Lincolnshire is the new home of The Lincolnite.

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