North Lincolnshire Council

Community Advice and Support

Hedgehog charity raises £1,000 through Lincs Lotto

Appleby-based animal charity, Andrew’s Hedgehog Hospital, has raised £1,000 thanks to players of Lincs Lotto. Since launching in September 2017, Lincs Lotto players have raised over £80,000 for good causes across North Lincolnshire. Sixty pence from each £1 Lincs Lotto…

3 weeks ago
New Holocaust Memorial planned for Scunthorpe

North Lincolnshire Council has announced plans to fund a new Holocaust Memorial to be built in Scunthorpe. During the Holocaust of the Second World War, the Nazis systematically murdered six million Jews – and millions more from other groups based…

3 weeks ago
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 who may be thinking of buying second hand car tyres. The survey which took place as part of National Tyre…

1 month ago
New Expo has all the help you need to buy a house

North Lincolnshire’s first Homeownership Expo will take place on Saturday 2 March at the Engineering UTC Northern Lincolnshire,  for residents to find out everything they need to know about getting on, or moving up the property ladder. The Expo –…

2 months ago
£44,000 council grant will help children play in West Halton

North Lincolnshire Council has awarded £44,000 to West Halton and Coleby Parish Council for brand new play facilities in West Halton. The funding – from the council’s Community Grant Fund – will go towards a brand new play area and…

3 months ago
Council awards over £11,000 to improve access to Thealby Play Area

North Lincolnshire Council has awarded £11,440 to Thealby Play Area Committee to improve the play area for all. New play equipment has been installed including a roundabout that people with disabilities can access, a new safety surface and two picnic…

3 months ago
Kev to escort children to safety across one of Scunthorpe’s busiest roads

Kev Kennedy (age 65) is the new crossing patrol helping keep children and adults safe at one of Scunthorpe’s busiest junctions, Berkeley Circle. On average, almost 28,000 vehicles pass by Berkeley Circle every day. The area has been without a…

5 months ago
Look after your four-legged friends this Bonfire Night

As Bonfire Night approaches, we’re urging pet owners not to ignore their four-legged friends. Halloween costumes and the loud bangs and flashes created by fireworks can be exciting for us but very frightening for dogs and other animals. Please plan…

5 months ago
Council takes action to keep Scunthorpe town centre safer

North Lincolnshire Council has invested over £2,000 in two new cameras for The Parishes multi-storey car park in Scunthorpe to help tackle anti-social behaviour and improve safety in the town centre. The new cameras allow the Control Centre to identify…

5 months ago
From apprentice engineer to entrepreneur – James finds natural remedy for debilitating disease

A young North Lincolnshire man has defied the medical profession and beating Crohn’s disease through natural remedy, after years of suffering the chronic illness. The entrepreneur has now set up his own business Henrys Health Hub to help others and is…

5 months ago
Lucky Lincs Lotto anniversary winners

Lucky winners Alan Craddock of Burton, Shaun Donnelly of Scunthorpe and Richard Lees from Kirton in Lindsay received their prizes at a special presentation at the Civic Centre this week – to celebrate the first anniversary of Lincs Lotto. A…

5 months ago
Closure of cashiers at Civic Centre

29 October 2018 The last day that the cashier’s office at Civic Centre will be open is 30 November 2018. Should you have any queries regarding this please contact Wendy Hall at

5 months ago
Volunteer drivers needed to transport children

26 October 2018 The council is looking for reliable and experienced drivers with their own car to volunteer to transport vulnerable children to school and activities. The drivers would support the Children in Care/Need team. If you are interested in…

5 months ago