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  • Roadworks on Grange Lane and Queensway Temporary traffic lights will be in place at the junction of A18 Queensway, Grange Lane South and Grange Lane North in Scunthorpe starting from tomorrow, Saturday 28 October. This is for improvement
  • Do Something Different still going strong Launched in 2012, the Do Something Different programme provides a wide range of sport, leisure and cultural activities for anyone aged over 16 with a physical or mental disability, allowing them
  • Purple for Pancreatic Cancer November is Pancreatic Cancer Awareness Month and North Lincolnshire Council is encouraging local businesses to light up their buildings purple to raise awareness of pancreatic cancer
  • Mayoral engagements for November 2017 The Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Cllr Peter Clark and Deputy Mayor, Cllr John Briggs will attend the following engagements in November 2017:
  • Gritters out tonight testing the routes North Lincolnshire Council gritters will be out tonight doing a dry run of the routes in preparation for the winter gritting season that starts Monday 30 October. The vehicles will not actually be...
  • Apprenticeship Event showcases your options North Lincolnshire Council is hosting an apprenticeship event on Thursday 26 October between 9.30am and 12.30pm at The Pods in Scunthorpe.
  • Come and Discover! your future career As part of this year's Festival of Skills and Opportunities, we are once again hosting the free Discover! event for children aged four to 11 at The Pods on Saturday 28 October.
  • Three fined for dog fouling offences North Lincolnshire Council has secured prosecutions against three Scunthorpe residents for allowing dog faeces to pile up in their gardens in Crosby.
  • Spooky Halloween fun at the museum Visit North Lincolnshire Museum in Scunthorpe this October half term and join in with craft activities and creepy Halloween fun.
  • Take part to change the face of men's health This November, North Lincolnshire Council is supporting Movember to raise awareness of men's health issues in North Lincolnshire, such as prostate and testicular cancers and mental health.
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