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Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership
The Heritage Lottery Fund (HLF) has announced that the Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership has been chosen to be part of its Landscape Partnership Programme.
Council leads the way in supporting adults
The council’s ‘Services to Adults Market Position Statement 2016-18’ was presented to North Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet on 12 July 2016.
£1 journeys for under 19s
Throughout the school summer holidays, young people aged under 19 can travel around North Lincolnshire for just £1 one way using the new CallConnect bus service.
Broadband roadshow for Barton and Isle
North Lincolnshire Council is taking the superfast broadband roadshow into Barton and the Isle of Axholme throughout September and is inviting residents along to find out how their town or village wil...
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.
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
LiveLincs brings a time-travelling shed to North Lincolnshire
Sidney’s Shed, by Rhubarb Theatre Company will be shown at a variety of venues across North Lincolnshire between mid-October and November as part of the LiveLincs autumn season.
Shortlist for Community Champion Awards
Last week, a panel of judges shortlisted the nominations for the sixth Community Champion Awards, which we can now reveal.
How do you want your area to develop?
North Lincolnshire Council is encouraging residents to have their say on the proposed new Local Plan that will set out how the area is developed over the next 19 years.
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.
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