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Greening up Owston Ferry
More trees are set to be planted in the village of Owston Ferry as part of a scheme of work by North Lincolnshire Council and the Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership.
Hundreds have already had their say
North Lincolnshire Council is hosting events across the area to ask your views about your local town council and the future of our area.
£75,000 funding pot and new projects launched
The Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership is launching a £75,000 Community Grant Fund and 16 other projects on Friday 3 March at Hirst Priory in
Green light for Belton Visitor Centre
North Lincolnshire Council has given planning approval for the £350,000 Belton Visitor Centre at Belton County Park.
Boost for Barton shops
Shops in Barton-upon-Humber are set to benefit from the Traditional Shop Front Grant Scheme that aims to improve shop fronts in conservation areas.
Keeping active in the Isle
North Lincolnshire Council is launching new exercise sessions in
and Epworth to help keep you active this winter.
Work starts on new sports centre
Work will start on the new £5.5m Axholme North Sports Centre in
on Friday 4 November 2016. Andrew Percy MP will dig the first piece of land, accompanied by Cllr John Briggs and Cllr Julie Reed....
speed limits set to change following review
North Lincolnshire Council plans to change the speed limits currently in place on a number of roads in and around
to help improve road safety.
Number of town councillors reviewed
A major shake-up of all eight town councils across North Lincolnshire is planned and could see the number of councillors reduced. This is the first time in the history of North Lincolnshire a review
Magical display of puppetry for LiveLincs
The LiveLincs autumn programme will get off to an enchanting start with a magical display of puppetry that will capture the imagination of young people and adults alike across North Lincolnshire.
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