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Council News

Adult social care rises further up national rankings to cement place among best in the country
People, Health and Care

The care and support for adults in North Lincolnshire who do not get it from family, friends or neighbours has…

6 December 2022
Have your say: 20mph speed limit proposed for Burringham
Transport and Streets

A new 20mph speed limit is to be proposed for a raft of streets in Burringham in a bid to…

6 December 2022
Have your say: bid for Isle of Axholme to be Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty
Planning and Environment

Residents across the Isle of Axholme are being invited to have their say on proposals to have the area officially…

30 November 2022
North Lincolnshire’s unsung heroes recognised
Council News

15 worthy winners were presented with an award at the Community Champion Awards 2022 which took place on Thursday 24…

28 November 2022
Visionary leadership and unwavering ambition make support for children in North Lincolnshire best in the country
People, Health and Care

Children and families in North Lincolnshire have access to the best support in the country. North Lincolnshire Council has been…

25 November 2022
Calls to “end male violence against women” as council backs White Ribbon campaign
Community Advice and Support

North Lincolnshire Council has taken a stand to end all male violence against women by becoming White Ribbon accredited once…

24 November 2022
Gift a child a brighter future and begin your fostering journey this Christmas
Council News

Since the first glimpse of the new John Lewis Christmas advert, the Fostering Team at North Lincolnshire Council have skated…

23 November 2022
Green light for Ferry ward HGV traffic reduction scheme
Transport and Streets

A new weight limit will be introduced in six rural communities across the Ferry ward in a bid to minimise…

23 November 2022
800,000 books and counting: the incredible success story of North Lincolnshire’s Imagination Library
Schools, Libraries and Learning

The phenomenal success of North Lincolnshire’s Imagination Library is being celebrated on the eve of the book gifting scheme’s 10th…

16 November 2022
“We will keep going until we eradicate litter”: War on litter continues in North Lincolnshire
Bins, Waste and Recycling

A raft of recycling bins have been installed in towns and villages across North Lincolnshire as part of the latest…

16 November 2022
Back to school: new school governors can give children the best start to life in North Lincolnshire
Schools, Libraries and Learning

Are you passionate about giving back to your community? Would you like to boost your skills, whilst shaping the lives…

15 November 2022
Queen Elizabeth II honoured with hundreds of new trees on road that bears her name
Council News

Hundreds more trees have been planted along one of Scunthorpe’s major roads, delivering further on the council’s vision to plant…

15 November 2022
Almost £20m saved thanks to free car parking in North Lincolnshire
Council News

Visitors to town centre car parks in North Lincolnshire have saved almost £20m thanks to a two-hour free parking policy…

14 November 2022
Milestone moment as 100,000th new North Lincolnshire tree approaches
Council News

Ambitious plans to plant a tree for every resident in North Lincolnshire will reach a milestone as the 100,000th tree…

14 November 2022
Levelling-up: major boost for arts and heritage in North Lincolnshire as government cash tripled to £1.1m
Tourism, Museums and The Arts

The arts and heritage sector across North Lincolnshire is to get a massive £1.1m funding boost – creating new jobs…

11 November 2022
Boost your immune system this winter and grab your jab
Council News

Getting the Covid-19 Autumn booster vaccine is vital to protect people and care services over winter. Whether it is the…

9 November 2022
Christmas starts here! Family fun at the Scunthorpe Christmas Light Switch On
Uncategorised

The festive season officially kicks off on Saturday 26 November with fun fair rides, festive food and family entertainment in…

8 November 2022
Free maths lessons + you = a better job and more cash (sign up now)
Schools, Libraries and Learning

Adults in North Lincolnshire who want to improve their numeracy skills can now sign up for free courses to help…

7 November 2022
Final consultation on revised proposals open now: Last chance to help reshape constituencies
Your Council

The Boundary Commission for England has published new revised proposals for constituencies across the country and has opened a final…

7 November 2022
Burringham by-pass moves step closer as cash for next M181 development confirmed
Planning and Environment

Bids are being sought for a major investment to developing the road network across North Lincolnshire which will see a…

7 November 2022
Jake Grittenden gears up to keep North Lincolnshire moving this winter
Transport and Streets

When temperatures tumble across North Lincolnshire, Jake Grittenden and the rest of the council’s winter service team is on standby…

3 November 2022
Plans lodged to build new public toilet in Scunthorpe town centre
Planning and Environment

A planning application has been submitted to build a new public toilet in the heart of Scunthorpe town centre. Government…

2 November 2022
North Lincolnshire to commemorate Armed Forces past and present
Council News

North Lincolnshire will honour the fallen on this years’ Remembrance Sunday on 13 November, starting with a military parade. This…

1 November 2022
Two people fined for dumped rubbish
Bins, Waste and Recycling

Two people have been slapped with fines after dumping rubbish, or paying someone else to dump it for them. A…

25 October 2022