July 2019

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2,500 homes plan approved in major step forward for Lincolnshire Lakes scheme

North Lincolnshire Council’s planning committee has today (Wednesday 31 July 2019) given planning permission for 2,500 new homes, a lake,…

2 months ago
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Make sure volunteers are recognised at Community Champion Awards

North Lincolnshire Council is looking for worthy volunteers to be recognised at this year’s Community Champion Awards. Now in its…

2 months ago
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Country Fayre returns to Normanby Hall

Normanby Hall has revealed exciting plans to revive the Summer Country Fayre on 26 August – nearly a century after…

2 months ago
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Council leader welcomes cabinet minister to Scunthorpe for British Steel talks

North Lincolnshire Council leader, Cllr Rob Waltham, has met today (29 July 2019) with the Government’s new Business Secretary, Andrea…

2 months ago
The Mayor of North Lincolnshire meets with vintage retailer, Hayley McPhun, at her Pride shop window display in Scunthorpe
Local vintage seller shows off her rainbow for Pride

Miss Pigeon Vintage has been awarded the Best Pride Celebration 2019 after decorating her shop window with vintage wares in…

2 months ago
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Wildly popular Wildlife Day returns to Barton’s Waters’ Edge

Waters’ Edge Visitor Centre and Country Park will be taken over by all creatures, great and small on Sunday 28…

2 months ago
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Make savings on your energy bills with collective switching

Residents in North Lincolnshire are being encouraged to sign up to the council’s successful collective switching scheme that aims to…

2 months ago
Traders celebrating Pride at St John's Market
St John’s Market joins in Pride celebrations

Traders at St John’s Market in Scunthorpe are showing their support for Pride Month in North Lincolnshire. Celebrations and activities…

2 months ago
Local councillors meet on the new play equipment in West Halton
New playground installed in time for summer thanks to £44,000 council grant

New play facilities have been installed in West Halton following a £44,000 grant from North Lincolnshire Council. The funding from…

2 months ago
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Stay safe in hot weather

Many of us welcome the hot weather, but exposure to the heat and sun for too long can have many…

2 months ago
Cllr Rob Waltham launches free summer swimming at The Pods
Kids swim free this summer in North Lincolnshire

Free swimming sessions are back once again for the school summer holidays in North Lincolnshire. From Saturday 20 July to…

2 months ago
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Almost £100,000 raised for good causes from community lottery

Community and voluntary groups from across North Lincolnshire have shared £89,000 in funding from the Lincs Lotto, a report shows.…

2 months ago
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North Lincolnshire Council reduces CO2 emissions by a third in two years – bringing total savings to more than £12m

North Lincolnshire Council has reduced its carbon emissions by more than 6,000 tonnes in the last two years – smashing…

2 months ago
Children learn about medical equipment with a local GP
New initiative helps primary school children explore their futures

An ambitious project has been launched by North Lincolnshire Council to inspire primary school children to broaden their horizons and…

2 months ago
Ward members, the leader of the council and the local MP meet with the Environment Agency in South Ferriby
Flood defence work gathers pace on south Humber bank

A new £12m flood defence is being built on the south Humber bank in North Lincolnshire. Work began in March…

2 months ago