July 2023

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Council to seek views on new powers to tackle rogue landlords

North Lincolnshire Council is to consult on a new licensing scheme that aims to tackle rogue landlords in parts of…

31 July 2023
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Bottesford Town by-election results have been published

The by-election held on 28 July 2023 for Bottesford Central Ward and Bottesford West Ward is complete and the results…

28 July 2023
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North Lincolnshire Council joins in celebrations for Love Parks Week

North Lincolnshire’s parks will be among hundreds of parks across the country taking part in Love Parks Week 2023, with…

28 July 2023
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Council opposes closure of ticket office and reduction in staff at Scunthorpe train station

North Lincolnshire Council has written to Transport Focus opposing the closure of the ticket office and a reduction of staff…

27 July 2023
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Unleash the imagination and celebrate the joy of Play at our free event

PLEASE NOTE: Due to the unfavourable weather forecast, Titan the Robot and Folk Dance Remixed will not be appearing in…

26 July 2023
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Summer Fair at St John’s Market supports the Mayor’s charities

Discover all that St John’s Market in Scunthorpe has to offer at the Summer Fair on Saturday 29 July. From…

24 July 2023
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Multi-million-pound refurb provides top class learning environment at North Lincolnshire’s oldest school

Frodingham Infant School has recently unveiled a £2.4m refurbishment and extension to its Grade 2 listed building that will provide…

21 July 2023
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Councillors back communities in fight against plans for new powerlines set to run through heart of Isle of Axholme

Senior councillors have called on National Grid bosses to rethink the route of new high-voltage power lines – with proposals…

21 July 2023
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Thousands of children and families can enjoy action-packed summer holiday activities

With the holidays fast approaching, families can look forward to an action-packed summer break with a raft of activities taking…

20 July 2023
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Rural criminals put on notice as police gear up with new high-tech armoury

A crime task force is now better equipped than ever before to continue to its crack-down on rural criminals -…

20 July 2023
The 100000th tree being planted on Scunthorpe's Kingsway by elected members with council officers looking on
Major milestone reached as 100,000th North Lincolnshire tree is planted

The 100,000th tree in the council’s ambitious plan to create swathes of new green areas across the region has been…

18 July 2023
Tree planting at Jubilee Park
Jubilee Park awarded the coveted Green Flag Award as it is officially recognised as one of the country’s best parks

Today, North Lincolnshire Council is celebrating after receiving a sixth Green Flag Award for the parks within North Lincolnshire and…

18 July 2023
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North Lincolnshire Mayor goes digital in £10,000 fundraising drive for local cancer charities

Residents across North Lincolnshire are being encouraged to join the Mayor in raising life-changing funding for two local cancer support…

14 July 2023
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Major refurbs for schools as council invests in even better education across North Lincolnshire

Barton St Peters Primary School and Scunthorpe CE Primary School are set to undergo major improvement works through the school…

13 July 2023
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Council welcomes new powers to triple fines for litter louts to £500

Fines for littering, daubing graffiti and fly-tipping have been increased by Government – a move welcomed as the council continues…

13 July 2023