North Lincolnshire Council

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Take care in the snow
Transport and Streets

North Lincolnshire Council is urging residents to care in the snow and drive to the conditions of the road. Gritting crews will be out from 6pm this evening (Tuesday 22 January) and again at 3am (Wednesday 23 January). Drive with…

2 hours ago
£1.5m Barton leisure centre transformation taking shape
Leisure

The £1.5m transformation of Baysgarth Leisure Centre in Barton into a community facility is progressing well. North Lincolnshire Council is enabling residents to access a range of services under one roof by bringing them together in the new centre that…

2 hours ago
£200,000 extension unveiled at children’s centre
People, Health and Care

North Lincolnshire Council has invested £209,000 in building an extension at Manor Farm Children’s Centre, Scunthorpe, to house a pre-school and to expand the facilities on the site. The relocation of the pre-school from Priory Lane Community Centre to Manor…

3 hours ago
Plan to transform North Lincolnshire food culture wins national recognition
People, Health and Care

The Food in North Lincolnshire Partnership has achieved membership of The Sustainable Food Cities network to support their health outcomes for the area. This group is part of the wider North Lincolnshire approach to the Healthy Weight Healthy Lives agenda.…

4 days ago
Council on standby for drop in temperature over weekend
Transport and Streets

North Lincolnshire Council is geared up ready to respond to the cold weather this weekend in our region. Gritting crews are on standby and will be monitoring the weather round the clock and responding to any situations that might arise.…

4 days ago
New Scunthorpe motorway access approved
Uncategorised

A new £13.5m motorway roundabout has been approved by North Lincolnshire Council’s planning committee today (Wednesday 16 January 2019). The long-awaited roundabout will create a new southern access into Scunthorpe, open up hundreds of acres of development land and relieve…

6 days ago
Spring into action with Normanby’s New Year, New Me event
Tourism, Museums and The Arts

Normanby Hall Country Park is helping you kick-start your New Year’s resolutions this year with their free New Year, New Me event on Sunday 27 January from 11am to 3pm. You’ll be able to get top tips on achieving your…

1 week ago
20-21 Visual Arts Centre is ‘Waking the Witch’ with new exhibition
Tourism, Museums and The Arts

20-21 Visual Arts Centre is exploring the worlds of witchcraft and wizardry with their new exhibition, ‘Waking the Witch’, which opens at the centre on Saturday 19 January 2019. The exhibition reflects the British Isles’ strong relationship to magic and…

1 week ago
Jobs Fair showcases hundreds of jobs on offer in the Isle
Regeneration

A Jobs Fair is taking place at Belton Park Pavilion on Tuesday 15 January and Wednesday 23 January 2019 for job seekers to find out about vacancies at Cartwright Conversions in Belton. Following support from North Lincolnshire Council it was…

2 weeks ago
£44,000 council grant will help children play in West Halton
Community Advice and Support

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…

2 weeks ago
Look after yourself and others this winter
People, Health and Care

North Lincolnshire Council is urging residents to keep warm and well this winter, and look after their health – especially those most at risk, as the cold weather and freezing temperatures set in. Cold winter weather can be harmful to…

3 weeks ago
40 tons of British Steel used on new Market
Uncategorised

Work is progressing well on the new £4m St John’s Market in Scunthorpe with around 40 tons of British Steel sections from Scunthorpe being used throughout the refurbishment. All three floors of the former BHS store in Scunthorpe town centre…

3 weeks ago
Book your place on childcare course
People, Health and Care

The council is holding the Introduction to Home-Based Childcare (IHBC) course for new childminders starting on Wednesday 30 January 2019, 6.30pm to 9pm at the Learning Development Centre, Scunthorpe. People who wish to register as a childminder working with children…

3 weeks ago
One month free and no joining fee with January leisure offer
Leisure

Join a North Lincolnshire Council gym between 2 and 14 January 2019 and get one month free and pay no joining fee – saving you up to £55. Kick-start your New Year’s resolution and get fit in 2019 with this fantastic…

4 weeks ago
Christmas opening times across North Lincolnshire Council
Council News

Customer Contact Centre The council’s Customer Contact Centre will be open from 8.30am to 2pm on Christmas Eve; closed Christmas Day and Boxing Day; open from 8.30am to 5pm on 27 December; open from 8.30am to 4.30pm on 28 December;…

1 month ago
Support available for homeless across Christmas and New Year
Housing

North Lincolnshire Council is offering a range of support to homeless people across the festive period. The council is working alongside community groups to provide overnight accommodation, hot meals, transport, clothing and washing facilities. Beds are available at Anvil House…

1 month ago
Council awards over £11,000 to improve access to Thealby Play Area
Community Advice and Support

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…

1 month ago
Hundreds of rural jobs created on the Isle
Regeneration

Cartwright Conversions Ltd have acquired a site in Belton to create a new headquarters, creating hundreds of jobs. The Cartwright Group, one of the UK’s leading trailer, commercial vehicle body and conversion manufacturers has bought a 26 acre site in…

1 month ago
Brigg Farmers’ Market this weekend
Tourism, Museums and The Arts

🎅 The final Brigg Farmers’ Market of the year is on Saturday December 22 – and it is always a wonderful event! Full of bustling Christmas cheer, you will be able to pick up sackfuls of fresh festive produce and some beautiful…

1 month ago
Have your say on local stroke and dementia support services
People, Health and Care

Share your views on the stroke and dementia services that are currently provided in North Lincolnshire to help identify if changes need to be made in the future. Supporting people and their carers who live with dementia and stroke is…

1 month ago
Apply for your child’s school place
Schools, Libraries and Learning

Parents with children aged three to four years-old are being reminded to apply to the council for their school place starting in September 2019 – ahead of the approaching deadline of 15 January 2019. Further to information circulated previously, now…

1 month ago
Changes to bin and box collections over Christmas
Bins, Waste and Recycling

Over the festive period, waste and recycling collections will change due to the bank holidays. Check your collection calendar carefully to make sure you don’t miss your bin day. If your usual bin day is Tuesday, your collections due on…

1 month ago
Crowle to Goole route named Britain’s Most Improved Road at international awards
Transport and Streets

A £4million scheme to upgrade a route between Goole and Crowle has won an international award for being Britain’s Most Improved Road. His Royal Highness Prince Michael of Kent presented the prestigious award to East Riding of Yorkshire Council and…

1 month ago
Parents invited to comment on academy admission arrangements
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North Lincolnshire Council is not making any changes to the admission arrangements for its schools for the 2020/21 intake year, however some academies are. Nine academies in North Lincolnshire that are responsible for their own admission arrangements are proposing to…

1 month ago