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Getting crafty at the Hub
The popular Get Crafty sessions at 20-21 Visual Arts Centre are going on tour to Community Wellbeing Hubs across North Lincolnshire.
Meet our new mascot - Mark the Market Meerkat!
School children across North Lincolnshire entered our competition last year to design a mascot for our markets and we can now reveal the winner...
Green light given for Axholme North Sports Centre
North Lincolnshire Council has given planning approval for the £5.34m Axholme North Sports Centre in
, which means building work can start on site this spring.
Zero increase in general council tax; more money to be spent on adult social care
North Lincolnshire Council today set its annual budget for 2016/17. There will be no increase in general council tax, and an extra £1m will be spent on improving care of adults.
Circus mayhem coming to a town or village near you
Breath-taking circus skills provide the perfect day out for families this spring as part of LiveLincs’ spectacular spring programme from Tuesday 15 March.
How fit are you? Have a fitness MOT to find out!
The council is offering fitness MOT sessions for people over the age of 50 to find out how fit they are compared to their peers.
Top choir presented with their prizes
The winners of the 2015 Song for Christmas competition, St Norbert’s Catholic Primary Voluntary Academy in
, will be presented with their prizes today (Friday 4 March).
Hundreds of people rallied together for the big clean-up weekend
Around 400 bags of rubbish were collected after over 200 people came together across North Lincolnshire last weekend, 4 to 6 March, to take part in the big clean up as part of the Clean for The Queen
15,000 jobs expected to be created as new planning blueprint is rubber-stamped
North Lincolnshire Council has given its sign of approval by rubber-stamping the new planning framework that will result in around 15,000 jobs being created.
North Lincolnshire to get ten new changing places loos to help those with mobility problems
We are to provide 10 new changing places toilets in Belton, Barton, Brigg,
, Epworth, Broughton, Winterton and Burton upon Stather.
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