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July 2021

Brumby Wood
Dog owners urged to help protect local wildlife

The council is calling on dog owners to be extra vigilant when walking their dogs in green spaces and local…

15 July 2021
Graphic telling people to Show A Litter Respect
Caught on camera: Council adds to armoury to open new front in war on fly-tipping and littering

Council leaders have stepped up their war on litter louts by launching an online portal where people can upload videos…

15 July 2021
Image of the Director of Public Health for North East and North Lincolnshire
With freedom comes responsibility

With many legal restrictions being lifted from Monday 19 July, Steve Pintus, Northern Lincolnshire’s Director of Public Health, is asking…

15 July 2021
Design image of Myos House - courtyard leading to multiple apartments.
New dementia friendly apartments being snapped up well before opening

New two-bed apartments for rent giving people with dementia and their carers the chance to live independent lives are being…

15 July 2021
Epworth FoodFest graphic
Local produce on the menu at Epworth FoodFest

Visitors will be able to enjoy a mouth-watering selection of local dishes and produce when the North Lincs FoodFest rolls…

14 July 2021
Rough grassland edged by trees with tree saplings and two people checking on the saplings
Call for tree-loving volunteers

Volunteers have come together to help care for Scunthorpe’s recently planted Northern Forest trees, part of North Lincolnshire Council’s ambitious…

9 July 2021
Image of the Director of Public Health for North East and North Lincolnshire
Caution urged as infection rate spikes and 20,000 people yet to get vaccine

Northern Lincolnshire’s Director of Public Health is urging people to be cautious as infection rates spike in North Lincolnshire. Steve…

8 July 2021
roof under construction
Council’s ambitious £90m bid as part of the Government’s Levelling Up Fund

North Lincolnshire Council has submitted an ambitious £90m bid to the Government that will see investment in three key areas:…

7 July 2021
Flytipped rubbish including a pram, cardboard boxes and bin bags
Fly-tippers fined for dumping in street and car park 

Two residents have received on the spot £400 fines for dumping household rubbish after North Lincolnshire Council enforcement officers tracked…

6 July 2021
Photograph of a poem in a spiral shape in Gloucester Park. Image by FluxxFilms
Share your poems and see North Lincolnshire’s public spaces transformed this summer

Local people are invited to pen their own poems, with the chance to see them displayed in an exciting large-scale…

5 July 2021
NHS, Social Care & Frontline Workers Day graphic
Inspirational key workers to be thanked in appreciation day

Residents are being invited to show their gratitude to inspirational key workers, with the first ever national NHS, Social Care…

5 July 2021
Andrew Percy, Brigg and Goole MP, Cllr Rob Waltham, leader, North Lincolnshire Council and Cllr Carl Sherwood pictured outside The Buttercross
Welcome back: MP and councillors visit newly refurbished business support and tourism centre in Brigg

A new Business Support and Tourism Centre has opened in Brigg, in a major boost for North Lincolnshire’s visitor economy.…

2 July 2021
Covid-19 home testing kit
Vaccine versus virus race is being won but testing set to stay

Widespread testing for Covid-19 remains as important as ever with public health bosses saying it may need to stay in…

1 July 2021