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Our blog - helping you through tough times

From time to time we'll publish some thoughts, advice, photographs or a blog to help you keep in touch with LRSN and help LRSN keep in touch with you.

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A little laughing matter
A little laughing matter

In the spirit of LRSN, our Project Manager, Alison Twiddy and Health and Wellbeing Lead, Gilly Steel are keeping in contact with Heather Dawes and Sandi Duffy our two wonderful nurses. They're both in isolation at home as we are unable to provide our face to face health care clinics at Louth and Spalding. Whilst coronavirus rages on and life is turned upside down, this photo was taken o...

LRSN - Getting you Back on Track
LRSN - Getting you Back on Track

Watch our latest video with health and wellbeing lead, Gilly as she talks about the issues our industry faces and how LRSN is here to help and support Lincolnshire's farming and rural families during the coronavirus lockdown and beyond. ...

Healthwatch Lincolnshire's Covid-19 Q and A
Healthwatch Lincolnshire's Covid-19 Q and A

Healthwatch Lincolnshire, the independent champion for people who use health and social care services in our county, has produced a useful Question and Answer document on the coronavirus outbreak. This helpful document contains advice and information about the virus, what to do if you suspect you have symptoms and about ...

Reasons to be cheerful
Reasons to be cheerful

It’s springtime and land work is in full swing, lambing and calving, too. New life is always heartening, and we are so lucky to have Lincolnshire’s beauty and bounty just outside the back door. The hedges and trees are beginning to green up and… it hasn’t rained in over a week, well not seriously, anyway! There’s a lot to be grateful for and if you don’t read or w...

Watch out for Covid-19 Scams!
Watch out for Covid-19 Scams!

The website Friends Against Scams has issued comprehensive advice for everyone to be on the lookout for scams. It seems that these challenging and difficult times are providing opportunities for fraudsters to take advantage of our fears. Please be aware and let your friends, neighbours and especially elderly and vulnerable people, know to be careful. Here are...