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Apply for your child's school place
Parents with children aged three to four years-old are being reminded to apply to the council for their school place starting in September 2018 - ahead of the looming deadline.
Make a splash with a Pods party
Has your child got a birthday or special occasion coming up? Make it a day to remember with a party at The Pods.
Comment on school admission arrangements
North Lincolnshire Council is consulting on changes to the wording of its admission arrangements for the 2019/20 intake year to improve clarity and compliance with the School Admissions Code.
This is when we are open over Christmas
Find out when leisure centres, libraries, cultural venues and recycling centres are open over the festive period.
Increase in bulky item collections
North Lincolnshire Council has received a very high number of bulky collection requests from residents. This increased demand has resulted in some delays and extra resources are being deployed.
Volunteers needed for projects
The Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership is looking for volunteers to get involved in their local projects.
Barrow-upon-Humber takes steps towards a Neighbourhood Plan
Barrow-upon-Humber, led by Barrow-upon-Humber Parish Council, is making progress with preparing its Neighbourhood Plan that sets out how local people want to see their community developed over the
It's the most wonderful time of the year... to recycle!
Many of us produce extra waste over the Christmas period from extra bottles and cans to old batteries and boxes and much of it can be recycled.
£1.2m plans for Barton Library and Wellbeing Hub
Major plans have been submitted to transform a range of key services and make them more accessible to Barton residents by bringing them together under one roof at Baysgarth Leisure Centre
Council cracks down on the sale of illicit tobacco and cigarettes
North Lincolnshire Council has seized 45,000 illicit cigarettes and 11 kilograms of tobacco with a street value of around £25,000 from three premises in Scunthorpe.
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