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....from North Lincolnshire Council.
  • Best decorated announced One hundred and twenty professional cyclists raced around our area on 5 September when North Lincolnshire hosted an entire stage of this year's OVO Energy Tour of Britain.
  • Senior disability and health role available Now is the perfect time to work alongside our 'outstanding' children's services and excellent social care, where vulnerable people are a priority and premier leisure and housing options are on offer.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Protect yourself against flu- get the vaccination With winter just around the corner, this time of year is the flu season so it is important not to put off getting the flu vaccination.
  • GCSE exam success Students in North Lincolnshire are above the national average in Key Stage 4 results. 63.9 per cent of students achieved Grade 4+ in English and Maths. The national average is 58.5 per cent.
  • Try out your business idea at Youth Market The first ever Youth Market in Scunthorpe is taking place on Saturday 2 December for young entrepreneurs aged 16 to 30 to try out their own business idea.
  • More powers to tackle antisocial behaviour North Lincolnshire Council is to introduce a new Public Space Protection Order in Scunthorpe and Barton from 20 October 2017 to ensure residents feel safe and to reduce antisocial behaviour.
  • New framework for construction projects North Lincolnshire Council is currently considering proposals for its construction and highways projects worth around £20m each year to be procured and managed through a new enhanced framework
  • Council and Woodland Trust offer free trees Farmers and landowners in North Lincolnshire are being offered subsidised trees thanks to partnerships with the Woodland Trust.
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