27 February 2020
Lincoln and Lindsey Blind Society has fundraised £1,000 thanks to Lincs Lotto players.
The charity was set up in 1921 to improve the quality of life of visually impaired people. They achieve this by encouraging people to live as independently as possible through home visits, social groups, and community-based activities and support.
The charity have used funds from Lincs Lotto to run their befriending service. They said:
“We are delighted that people have raised money through the Lincs Lotto to support our service. Over 630 people have benefitted from this project and we know that there are many more who will benefit over the coming years.
“Visually impaired people frequently live isolated and lonely lives and this funding will enable us to help them get some of their life back through the willing efforts of the volunteers who are essential to the Befriending Service’s success.”
You can support them here: https://www.lincslotto.co.uk/support/lincoln-and-lindsey-blind-society
On 30 September 2020, Lincs Lotto will be celebrating 3 years since our first draw. In that time more than 135 good causes have helped to raise over £xxx,xxx for themselves and other local commu...
31 August 2020
Shires Bowls Club is a small club situated in the small community in Manton near Kirton in Lindsey. They are no different from other bowls clubs in that they are self-funded and rely on the support ...
13 August 2020