News

Keep up-to-date with the latest news from Lincoln Against Poverty. Here you’ll find all that’s been happening, along with news items from our partners.

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  • Partnership with the Change Account

    Posted on 13th February, 2019

    The Lincolnshire Credit Union has partnered with the Change Account to help financially excluded people getting a transactional account. The Change Account is delivering training for stakeholders on the 19th February at 1pm in Lincoln, City Hall, Beaumont Fee, LN1 1DD. If you want to know more about...

  • Fishing to tackle Poverty

    Posted on 5th February, 2019

    Below is a press release issued by Ruddocks, which provides information on a great project they are supporting to help tackle poverty in Lincoln. There has been much in the media recently about the increasing use of food banks across the UK. With an estimated 20% of people in the UK living below the...

  • Target: External Funding February Newsletter

    Posted on 4th February, 2019

    The February edition of the Target: External Funding monthly newsletter is now available to view. The newsletter contains information on a range of external funding opportunities currently available in England, together with information on funding opportunities arising in the near future. Please cl...

  • Sincil Bank January 2019 Update

    Posted on 31st January, 2019

    The monthly Sincil Bank update for January 2019 is now available to view. Click below to view the update....

  • New legislation on default gas and electricity tariff caps

    Posted on 10th January, 2019

    Earlier this year the government passed legislation that allows the energy regulator, Ofgem, to cap the price that customers on default tariffs pay for their gas and electricity. Citizens Advice South Lincolnshire has provided the following update on how the price cap could affect bill payers, toget...