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£35,000 funding boost for renewable energy sector

A funding boost of £35,000 has been given to a Louth business to support staff training in the renewable energy sector.

Seymour and Castle has been awarded the money by East Lindsey District Council.

The electrical engineering business, based on the town’s Fairfield Industrial Estate, was awarded the Rural Development Fund grant towards an £87,500 project which will ultimately see four full time jobs and two apprenticeships created over the next year.

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