After years as an Accountant I now take pleasure in making a difference and Channel:Lincolnshire is my hobby and my work a brilliant mix.
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Jacquie Brand has been working in community fitness for many years and has an unrivalled experience in Lincolnshire of working with all ages and both genders.
She and her team are a joy to work with, her workout instructions are clear and combine with the right level of motivation - something that we all need from time to time.
Most of us would love a flat tummy, Jacquie has a great series of workouts for you. The new Express Living Room Workouts area will soon have a great range of exercise routines available for you to do at home. All workouts are designed around your busy lifestyle and can be done with the minimum of equipment.
Press release from North Kesteven District Council 19 January 2012
A reign of terror has ended for neighbours of a Sleaford man who will be evicted from his flat following a catalogue of anti-social and criminal behaviour.
A case was brought to Lincoln County Court on January 17, 2012 by North Kesteven District Council following a joint operation between the authority’s housing and ASB teams and Lincolnshire Police to bring to an end the nuisance suffered by neighbours in the town centre flats.
The Court awarded the Council an immediate possession order enabling it to evict the tenant, who was also ordered to meet the £750 costs of the legal action.
In the year since last February there had been 97 reported incidents including persistent loud noise and music, visitors shouting and swearing, abusive language, damage to the property and affray.
The case was brought to a conclusion in the courts because his behaviour did not improve despite repeated efforts of lower-scale intervention.
Cllr Stewart Ogden, who has Executive oversight of housing matters at North Kesteven, said: “The Council has a number of tools for managing nuisance inflicted by tenants on neighbours and the wider community and, as a signatory of the RESPECT standard of Housing Management, does not hesitate to robustly enforce the terms of the tenancy to ensure a safe and peaceful life for others.”
A sense of social responsibility should be one of the things that every family teaches its children by the way they act towards others. There is no excuse for anyone inflicting unhappiness on others.
How many times have you heard "they should do something about that....", well here they have, the only problem is the timescale and the possible creation of a homeless individual who may cost the state more in housing than presently. But what should we do? Let us have your thoughts.