March 2023

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Be a gardening hero this spring with our discount compost bin offer

Keen gardeners and recyclers can join the compost revolution with a special offer giving North Lincolnshire residents the chance to…

31 March 2023
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Don’t miss bin day over Easter

Refuse collectors will be out collecting people’s waste across North Lincolnshire before the Easter weekend, with some changes due to…

29 March 2023
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Notice of Election: North Lincolnshire

The official start of the election period for North Lincolnshire Council begins today. Each of the 43 council seats across…

27 March 2023
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New bus route pilots proposed to connect communities across towns and villages in North Lincolnshire

Two new bus routes are set to be launched to connect residents in villages to Barton, Brigg and across the…

25 March 2023
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Scunthorpe town centre set for new police station backed by Government cash

Plans for a new police station in Scunthorpe have been announced – a move set to further boost the high…

24 March 2023
Fostering Friendly Scheme launch event - Cllr Julie Reed
Businesses pledge to support fostering in North Lincolnshire

Local businesses, employers and organisations flocked to The Baths Hall on Friday 17 March to attend the launch of a…

24 March 2023
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New fleet of refuse collection vehicles confirmed as council set to invest more than £1.5m

More than £1.5m is to be invested in refuse collection vehicles – improving reliability and reducing carbon emissions. Seven new…

24 March 2023
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Extra support for care leavers confirmed by North Lincolnshire Council

Support for care leavers in North Lincolnshire is being extended further, increasing the help they get to ensure they live…

24 March 2023
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Major investment in green transport for vulnerable children and adults

Transport for vulnerable children and adults is set to be transformed through a multi-million pound investment in cleaner, greener buses.…

24 March 2023
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Cash boost keeps vital voluntary car service motoring

A £15,000 council grant will help residents make essential journeys across North Lincolnshire, accessing hospital appointments, community activities and visiting…

24 March 2023
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Council looks to strengthen armoury in crackdown on nuisance cyclists, street drinkers, beggars and swimmers risking their lives

The fight against anti-social behaviour across North Lincolnshire looks set to be boosted further as the council strengthens its powers…

23 March 2023
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Pensioners set to receive another £200 through the year from latest Government cash

Around 5,000 pensioners are in line for a further two £100 payments from North Lincolnshire Council to help combat global…

23 March 2023
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Solar energy comes to the heart of communities thanks to £88,000 of grant funding

Rural hubs including town halls and sports pavilions, as well as a town centre project that helps the homeless, are…

22 March 2023
Five people in high vis jackets in front of a North Lincolnshire council bin wagon
Target Zero – Ambitious new partnership aims to eradicate waste from North Lincolnshire homes going to landfill

Record lows of waste going to landfill from North Lincolnshire homes will be slashed even further through an ambitious new…

21 March 2023
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Foster carers allowances to increase by more than 12 per cent

Foster carers across North Lincolnshire are set for an increase in allowances of more than 12 per cent. The increase…

20 March 2023