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Tivoli awarded contract extension with West Lindsey District Council

Tivoli has had its ground maintenance contract with West Lindsey District Council extended for a further year.

Tivoli’s teams have been working with West Lindsey District Council since 2011, and the current contract commenced in 2014.

Grounds maintenance services delivered by Tivoli include grass cutting, flower/shrub/rose bed maintenance, memorial inspections, and the provision of hanging baskets for open spaces, churchyards, cemeteries, and ornamental areas across the district.

The district of West Lindsey covers 447 square miles of the area immediately north of Lincoln and is predominantly rural, with three attractive market towns of Caistor, Gainsborough and Market Rasen.

Spencer Rock, Tivoli Chief Operations Officer, said: “Tivoli is delighted to have secured this contract for a further year. We understand the importance of sustaining high standards of grounds maintenance across local authorities, particularly at present, and we will continue to deliver a high-quality service to West Lindsey District Council.“

The contract will now run until the end of January 2022.

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