February 2019

Pliosaur
Prehistoric sea monster found in North Lincolnshire

In the summer of 2018, parts of a fossilised Pliosaur skeleton were found buried in land operated by building materials…

10 months ago
Go Behind the Screens of your favourite films and TV shows at new Normanby exhibition

Step ‘Behind the Screens’ and get up close to some of the best costumes from film and television at Normanby…

10 months ago
Litter heroes are needed in North Lincolnshire

North Lincolnshire Council is calling on litter heroes to be part of the pick and join in the 2019 Great…

10 months ago
Two tyres; one with devil horns, one with angel halo. Statement saying "you can't tell if part worn tyres are in bade nick"
Beware when buying second hand car tyres

Following a recent survey, Trading Standards officers from across the Yorkshire and Humber region are issuing a warning to consumers…

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Three theatre actors
Comedy sketch to tour North Lincolnshire

A hilarious production of theatre is set to sweep through North Lincolnshire in March as part of LiveLincs’ spring season…

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Children painting
Funded childcare benefits thousands of families

North Lincolnshire Council is encouraging all families to take advantage of funded childcare of up to 15 hours a week…

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Five councillors in school
Council invests more than £500,000 in Winterton schools

North Lincolnshire Council has invested £515,500 in Winterton Junior School and Winterton Community Academy to improve the learning environment. At…

10 months ago
After 35 years, couples can tie the knot at iconic Scunthorpe church once again

Built in 1890, the Grade II* listed former St John’s Church will host wedding ceremonies again from April after being…

10 months ago
Boy reading book in bed with adult
Ready Teddy Go!

Five-year-old Teddy, from Beltoft, could be described as the Imagination Library’s biggest fan, having most – if not all –…

10 months ago
The winning candidates from the 2019 youth elections
North Lincolnshire’s young people head to the polls

Young people aged 11 to 18 across North Lincolnshire have elected their new Young Mayor and Member of Youth Parliament…

10 months ago
Pupils and councillors in front of plaque
New visitor centre opens its doors

Bottesford and Yaddlethorpe Coffee Shop and Visitor Centre opened its doors today (Friday 15 February 2019). North Lincolnshire Council invested…

10 months ago
Goxhill map
Goxhill consults on first stage of plan for parish

Goxhill is taking the first steps on the road that will see the parish adopt a new planning blueprint for…

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£15,000 investment improves access to Scunthorpe school

North Lincolnshire Council has provided £15,000 SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) funding for Enderby Road Infant School to improve…

10 months ago
Three theatre performers jumping with arms in air
Hansel and Gretel comes to Barton

A lively show of dance, centred on one of the best-loved fairytales of all time is coming to Barton Assembly…

10 months ago
Set up your business at St John’s Market

North Lincolnshire Council is hosting the Business Information Event on Monday 18 February at Scunthorpe Central for budding and existing…

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