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October 2021

An uprooted large yukka-style plant thrown onto a flowerbed
Residents told to report vandalism after award-winning park is targeted

Residents are being urged to report anti-social behaviour in the area’s award-winning parks and gardens following a surge of mindless…

29 October 2021
Christmas baubles
Stalls available at St John’s Market in the run up to Christmas

With over eight weeks to go until Christmas, there is a great opportunity for small businesses or budding entrepreneurs to…

28 October 2021
Photograph of Lara, a local care-worker
Change your life: start your career in care this autumn

Proud to Care North Lincolnshire is urging people to consider a career in care and help residents live independently as…

28 October 2021
£250,000 cash boost for hospitality businesses in North Lincolnshire

Hundreds of businesses – including pubs, bars, restaurants, hotels, B&Bs and visitor attractions – which employ thousands of people can now benefit…

28 October 2021
Pop up vaccine bus set up
Pop-in to a pop-up for your jab

November will see the area’s biggest programme of pop-up vaccination centres in a major push to protect people from Covid-19.…

28 October 2021
Artist impression of ABLE Marine Energy Park
Freeport designation in Budget will create jobs and prosperity

The leader of North Lincolnshire Council has welcomed a Budget announcement confirming two sites across the area can begin operating…

27 October 2021
recycle for North Lincolnshire green text and logo
Household Recycling Centre winter opening hours

From 1 November, our Household Recycling Centres will revert to winter opening hours. Cottage Beck Road in Scunthorpe is open…

26 October 2021
Photograph of Cllr Rob Waltham at the official opening of South Ferriby's flood defences
Council leader welcomes completion of £14m South Ferriby flood defences

The leader of North Lincolnshire Council has welcomed the completion of flood defences which will help to protect residents and…

25 October 2021
Four people in a river bank behind piles of rubbish they have collected
Huge reduction in litter pollution thanks to RiverCare group

Volunteers dedicated to cleaning up the river bank at East Halton celebrated their first anniversary by clearing more waste from…

25 October 2021
Tall trees either side of a woodland path in winter
Appeal for landowners to join tree planting scheme

Local residents are being asked to suggest areas to transform into woodland as part of the Northern Forest scheme. North…

21 October 2021
Dumped rubbish and debris in the back yard of a terraced house
Landlord fined over rubbish-filled garden

A landlord has been fined after ignoring two warnings to get rubbish on their property cleaned up. A Community Protection…

21 October 2021
Photograph of children reading a book at a childcare setting
Start your career in care and get free childcare

People who start a care role with a homecare provider in North Lincolnshire will be able to benefit from free…

21 October 2021
Senior couple and grandson drinking tea in autumn park
Take care during half-term

Public health bosses in North Lincolnshire are urging families to be cautious this half term as Covid-19 infection rates remain…

21 October 2021
Photo of litter with the words 'Show a Litter Respect' warning of £150 fines
Litter louts hit with more than 250 fines in past two months

Enforcement officers handed out 251 fixed penalty notices for dropped litter in August and September. North Lincolnshire Council, in partnership…

20 October 2021
Large screen with pictur eof Holly Mumby Croft at Baths Hall Jobs Expo
North Lincolnshire Jobs Expo hailed as huge success

The area’s biggest ever jobs fair has been praised by both employers and jobseekers alike. The North Lincolnshire Jobs Expo…

20 October 2021