About Us

Lincolnshire Association of Local Councils is a not-for-profit membership organisation representing, training and advising the local (town and parish) councils of Lincolnshire, who form the grass-roots tier of local government in England. 

We work with 42 similar organisations across England and Wales and with the  National Association of Local Councils  and with Boston Borough Council, East Lindsey, North Kesteven, South Holland, South Kesteven and West Lindsey district councils and Lincolnshire County Council to support our local councils.

LALC sustains a positive working relationship with the Lincolnshire branch of the Society of Local Council Clerks (SLCC).

Our Services

What do we offer to member councils?

Our protocol is to work with the Clerk to the council and where necessary the Chair of the Parish/Town Council. Other members of council should contact their own Clerk first.

We can provide support for a wide range of areas including legislation, council meetings and business, finance, employment and data protection. We offer training for clerks and councillors, and services such as internal audit, mentoring, locums and website maintenance.

Who we are

Katrina Evans

Chief Executive Officer


Lindsey Westman

Senior Administration and Finance Assistant


Andrew Everard

Deputy Chief Executive 


Elaine Atkin

Media & Training Support Officer


How we are funded

LALC is funded by member council subscriptions plus additional training income and an annual grant awarded by Lincolnshire County Council.

LALC Annual Reports


Nearly all parish councils in Lincolnshire, together with some parish meetings are members of the County Association. This means that their voice is heard collectively on local issues and at national level. All local councils in Lincolnshire and some just outside the county may join. 

More Details

LALC Structure                   LALC Constitution and Committee Structure                     Local Council Award Scheme                   FEMALC