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March 2022

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Recycling collections disruption as Covid-19 rate rises

Residents across the area are experiencing some disruption to recycling collections as Covid-19 infections increase significantly and staff isolate to…

31 March 2022
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Glowing report for support for children with special educational needs

Work to transform the lives of children with special needs in North Lincolnshire has received glowing praise from national inspectors…

31 March 2022
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Young people set to enjoy egg-citing Easter activity programme

Children and young people across North Lincolnshire will be able to enjoy more fun-packed activities when the popular Fuelled programme…

31 March 2022
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Connect your talent at the North Lincolnshire Careers Fest

The biggest and brightest careers fair the region has ever seen is coming to Scunthorpe this spring. The North Lincolnshire…

31 March 2022
Be part of a young person’s story. Become a foster carer. 

Foster carers come from all walks of life and don’t need any specific qualifications to help make a huge difference…

31 March 2022
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Young adults helped with extra cash

A group of young adults from across North Lincolnshire are set for a cash boost to help with fuel bills,…

30 March 2022
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Spring Statement 2022: Council leader welcomes Government tax cuts for hard working families

The Government Spring Statement has been hailed as “a welcome boost” for hard-working local families. Chancellor of the Exchequer, Rishi…

25 March 2022
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Covid-19 cases on the rise two years after first lockdown

Coronavirus is increasing once again in our area as the two-year anniversary of the first UK lockdown passes. The Covid-19…

25 March 2022
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Show will go on for Lincs Twirlers as Council cash secures future

An award-winning Scunthorpe majorette troupe has secured a £1,200 Council cash boost. Lincs Twirlers – who have been crowded national…

25 March 2022
Report recommends new ward boundaries

North Lincolnshire is set to have new boundaries for its council wards following recommendations by the Local Government Boundary Commission.…

25 March 2022
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Litter Heroes assemble – join the 2022 Great British Spring Clean

North Lincolnshire is once again taking part in the Great British Spring Clean between 25 March and 10 April and…

22 March 2022
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Fascinating exhibition unearths the Isle of Axholme’s past

Visitors to North Lincolnshire Museum will be able to enjoy a special exhibition exploring the rich history of the Isle…

18 March 2022
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Council tax direct debit payers to get Government £150 energy rebate automatically – sign up now

Tens of thousands of households across North Lincolnshire will be automatically paid £150 Government-funded council tax rebate. Householders living in…

17 March 2022
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Help your child discover their future

Your child will find their wings at the free family Discover event in Scunthorpe this Saturday. The event, organised by…

17 March 2022
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FoodFest comes to Barton for the first time this weekend

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

16 March 2022