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Council News

Mayor hosts online commemoration for Holocaust Memorial Day
Your Council

The Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Cllr Peter Clark, is hosting an online commemoration on Thursday 27 January to mark the…

27 January 2022
‘What we do matters’: start your career in care and unlock fantastic benefits today
Jobs

Proud to Care is urging people to come forward and join North Lincolnshire’s army of inspirational care workers helping their…

27 January 2022
Restrictions lifted but caution still needed
Council News

From today (Thursday 27 January) most of the Covid-19 restrictions have been lifted. But local public health bosses are urging…

27 January 2022
Help shape the future of armed forces support in North Lincolnshire
Community Advice and Support

North Lincolnshire Council is holding the biggest ever conversation with the armed forces community to help shape the support needed.…

25 January 2022
A green future: Council pledge to be net-zero trailblazer by 2030
Council News

North Lincolnshire Council will end its contribution to climate change and become carbon neutral by 2030. The pledge comes as…

24 January 2022
Landlord fined over dangerous properties
Housing

A Scunthorpe landlord has been fined £3,607 over properties that were so dangerous tenants’ lives were at risk. North Lincolnshire…

24 January 2022
New scheme to launch for landlords as council cracks down on poor housing 
Housing

Renters across North Lincolnshire are to be protected further with the launch of a new “scores on the doors” style…

20 January 2022
North Lincolnshire residents encouraged to download NHS App
Council News

North Lincolnshire residents are being encouraged by their local NHS and council to download the NHS App, for a simple…

20 January 2022
Inspirational care workers make it a Christmas to remember in North Lincolnshire
People, Health and Care

This new year kind and compassionate people are being urged to start a new career in care and help their…

20 January 2022
Scunthorpe MP presents £15,000 cheque to Scunthorpe Samaritans
Council News

A cheque for £15,000 has been presented to Samaritans by Scunthorpe MP, Holly Mumby-Croft. The cash, which has been donated…

19 January 2022
Waters’ Edge Visitor Centre to save £7,000 a year thanks to new solar panels
Planning and Environment

Waters’ Edge Visitor Centre in Barton upon Humber will slash its energy costs by thousands of pounds and cut its…

18 January 2022
Nursery rhyme playlist to help you bond with your baby
People, Health and Care

A playlist of songs and nursery rhymes to help parents and carers interact with babies and children has been made…

17 January 2022
North Lincolnshire Council shortlisted for Best Arts Project in the 2022 Hearts for the Arts Awards
Council News

North Lincolnshire Council has been shortlisted in the National Campaign for the Arts’ prestigious Hearts for the Arts Awards 2022,…

14 January 2022
New one-way system for Kirton Market Place
Transport and Streets

Residents in Kirton will see improvements in the Market Place when a new one-way system is put in place on…

13 January 2022
More than 1,800 people hit with litter fines
Bins, Waste and Recycling

Selfish litter louts have been fined 1,846 times in the past year as part of North Lincolnshire Council’s crackdown on environmental crime.…

13 January 2022
Children’s home provides highest quality of care
People, Health and Care

Kingfisher Lodge children’s home has been rated as ‘outstanding’ by Ofsted inspectors after a recent visit. The home was inspected…

13 January 2022
Mixed news on Covid – vaccine uptake protecting locals but health and care staff under pressure as infection rates hit new peak
People, Health and Care

Covid-19 infection rates in North Lincolnshire have reached record levels but thankfully hospital admissions are not increasing at the same…

13 January 2022
North Lincolnshire Museum records millionth find in national ‘buried treasure’ scheme
Tourism, Museums and The Arts

A national register to record discoveries of ‘buried treasure’ has reached one million finds – with the millionth being recorded…

12 January 2022
Landmark 350,000th vaccine to be given in North Lincolnshire
Council News

North Lincolnshire is on course to deliver its 350,000th vaccine shot in the next week. Already more than 343,000 jabs…

6 January 2022
Hospitality businesses can now apply for up to £6,000 from Government’s £1bn grant pot
Business

Hospitality and leisure businesses can now apply for grant funding to help them protect jobs from the impact of the…

31 December 2021
North Lincolnshire’s beautiful parks and gardens in running for national award
Planning and Environment

The region’s beautiful parks and gardens have received national recognition after being shortlisted for a coveted award from environmental charity…

31 December 2021
Get planting! Council tree scheme is a growing success
Planning and Environment

The winter planting season has begun which means it is the perfect time to plant trees. Council staff and volunteers…

30 December 2021
No new restrictions for New Year – but take precautions says health expert
Council News

Although the Government did not put in place any new restrictions before the New Year Eve, public health bosses say…

30 December 2021
Literacy packs boost children’s reading and writing skills
Schools, Libraries and Learning

More than 200 literacy packs have been given to families across Scunthorpe, helping to boost reading and writing skills at…

29 December 2021