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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.
Get Christmas gifts and food at Brigg Farmers' Market
The award-winning Brigg Farmers' Market taking place on Saturday 23 December, 9am to 3pm, alongside the general market will have all you need for the festive period whether that's last minute
Council targets developers to tackle surface water flooding
North Lincolnshire Council is working with developers to ensure any proposed housing developments incorporate better drainage systems that will mitigate surface water flooding to housing...
Clean up your community for Christmas
Join in the Festive Clean Up litter pick over the Christmas break and help tidy up your community anytime between 22 December and 31 December 2017. It's a great opportunity to get out in the fresh...
Be smoke aware this winter
North Lincolnshire Council is asking residents to be neighbourly and think of others when stoking their open fire or wood burning stove this winter. The Department for Environment Food and Rural...
Christmas changes to bin collections
Bin and box collections in North Lincolnshire will change from 18 December 2017 for four weeks over the Christmas period.
Mayoral engagements January 2018
The Mayor of North Lincolnshire and Deputy Mayor will attend the following engagements in January.
Help is at hand for homeless people
North Lincolnshire Council along with local charities offer a variety of support to people who are homeless or at risk of becoming homeless, and we are reminding people that help is at hand
Save money on your bills with collective switching
Do you want to save money on your fuel bills? Sign up to our successful collective switching scheme that aims to help save you time and money on your fuel bills by finding you a better deal.
Get your home ready for winter and keep warm for less
North Lincolnshire Council has launched a new project through their South Humber Energy Efficiency Partnership (SHEEP), which offers homeowners and private renting tenants funding for energy saving
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