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September 2021

Be Safe Be Seen – join a free led cycle ride

Meet the North Lincolnshire British Cycling Ride Leaders, find out all about North Lincolnshire’s Breeze and Guided Rides programme and…

22 September 2021
Graphic of a pink cat (HypnoCat) telling people to recycle small electrical items
Listen to HypnoCat and recycle your old small electricals

A pink fluffy cat is about to persuade North Lincolnshire residents to recycle their old small electrical items. HypnoCat will…

21 September 2021
Blue and green logo telling people to Step It Up for Recycle Week
Step it up for Recycle Week and help fight climate change

Almost nine out of ten people in North Lincolnshire recycle – but everyone can do more to help save the…

20 September 2021
Support for Armed Forces community available at hubs

As part of North Lincolnshire Council’s commitment to the Armed Forces Covenant, drop-in sessions are being held at community hubs…

16 September 2021
Older gentleman wearing a mask about to receive a vaccine
Plan B can be avoided if we stick to simple protection to keep people safe and well

The Government has announced its winter plan to tackle Covid-19 and protect the NHS and care services. People aged over…

16 September 2021
People wearing masks travelling on a bus
Tell us your views to help shape future of bus services

People from across North Lincolnshire are being invited to help shape the future of bus services by sharing how they…

15 September 2021
A picturesque path through Twigmoor Woods (photo: Hebbwah)
Help needed to restore and protect Twigmoor Woods

Residents are being urged to support a new initiative to help maintain the beauty of Twigmoor Woods and protect it…

14 September 2021
MP for Scunthorpe, Holly Mumby-Croft and leader of North Lincolnshire Council, Cllr Rob Waltham, pictured at the opening of Myos House
MP and councillors welcome opening of new dementia-friendly apartments in Scunthorpe

A new development of 25 two-bed apartments has opened in Scunthorpe, supporting residents with dementia to live independently with their…

13 September 2021
Graphic promoting the Greater Lincolnshire Menu competition
The hunt is on for the best Lincolnshire dishes

Food businesses and local chefs are invited to apply for the Greater Lincolnshire Menu competition ahead of Lincolnshire Day on…

13 September 2021
Refuse collectors taking the bins to the wagon to be emptied
Council evolves recycling offer further

North Lincolnshire Council is adjusting its waste collection for certain areas of Scunthorpe in a bid to reduce fly-tipping and…

10 September 2021
Kit out the Nation
North Lincolnshire joins the movement to help kids get active and ‘Kit out the Nation’

‘Kit out The Nation’ is a month long campaign aimed at collecting unwanted sports kits and equipment, that are in…

10 September 2021
Photograph of a boy crawling in a nursery
Free childcare for homecare workers in North Lincolnshire

People who start, or who currently work in a care role with a homecare provider in North Lincolnshire can benefit…

9 September 2021
Testing continues to be key against the battle of Covid-19 in North Lincolnshire

Residents in North Lincolnshire are being reminded of the importance of regular home testing and reporting of results to keep…

9 September 2021
Pile of fly-tipped rubbish on grass
Tough new measures to combat anti-social behaviour and protect residents

A comprehensive series of hard-hitting new measures to protect residents and public spaces from anti-social behaviour is to be introduced.…

8 September 2021
New ambitious plan will support children to get the best start in life

A new plan, ‘Getting the BEST START’, sets out how young children and their families will be able to access…

7 September 2021