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Community Advice and Support

D-Day celebrations in Barton
Communities celebrate D-Day 80th Anniversary
12 June 2024

More than 40 community groups celebrated the 80th Anniversary of the D-Day Landing and Battle of Normandy over the weekend…

Cllrs Rob Waltham and Carl Sherwood, pictured at the Oikos Community Food Pantry in Brigg
Government cash boost backs community in Brigg
2 April 2024

A Brigg-based community food pantry has been supported to scale up its operations and help more people stay safe and…

Council officers, plice in uniform and councillors next to a colourfully painted wall on Percival Street
Government cash kick-starts Safer Streets in Scunthorpe –...
5 March 2024

A new campaign to make communities feel safer and neighbourhoods more welcoming has launched with the help of £500,000 of…

D-Day memorial
Communities share £9,000 funding pot for D-Day 80th Anniversary...
29 February 2024

To help communities in North Lincolnshire celebrate the 80th Anniversary of the D-Day Landing and Battle of Normandy in June…

Cllr Rob Waltham and Holly Mumby Croft at Skymark packaging.
Scunthorpe packaging specialist joins Industry 4.0 revolution...
14 February 2024

A Scunthorpe-based international packaging company installed a smart metering system to reduce its energy consumption and improve productivity using Government…

Graphic about Holocaust memorial Day
Holocaust Memorial Day ceremony will commemorate victims
17 January 2024

To commemorate Holocaust Memorial Day 2024, the Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Cllr Janet Longcake, will be hosting a ceremony in…

A colourful wall next to a fence and an empty flower bed
Thieves steal newly planted hedge from play park
15 January 2024

Residents are being asked to be on the alert for anyone acting suspiciously following the theft of 48 freshly-planted laurels…

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New scheme launched to allow residents to ‘Buy With...
12 January 2024

Trading Standards services across Lincolnshire have joined a national scheme that allows residents to know they’re buying from businesses that…

The Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Cllr Janet Longcake, and Cllr Neil Poole, present cheques to representatives from Macmillan and Hope House on behalf of families at Scunthorpe's Woodlands Crematorium
£14,000 cheque presented to two Scunthorpe cancer support...
18 December 2023

A cheque for £14,000 has been donated to two Scunthorpe charities that support families affected by cancer. The Mayor of…

Launch of SOS help points
New help points installed in Scunthorpe to provide direct access...
4 December 2023

On-street cameras with SOS help points have been launched in Scunthorpe town centre to allow people in distress to connect…

White Ribbon day graphic
Council continues its pledge to end male violence against women
24 November 2023

North Lincolnshire Council has taken a stand to end all male violence against women by becoming White Ribbon accredited once…

Blurred lights at night
Night time economy workers invited to the launch of Safer Nights...
2 November 2023

If you own or work at a pub, club, bar, taxi company, takeaway, licensed premises or any other late-night business…

Delegates line up on stage at the Violence Against Women and Girls conference
North Lincolnshire leading the way with pioneering conference...
18 October 2023

A groundbreaking North Lincolnshire conference to tackle violence against young women and girls has been hailed a success. The event…

Scunthorpe MP Holly Mumby-Croft (centre) pictured at Hibaldstow Cricket Club
Community groups receive more than £80,000 cash boost
27 September 2023

Local community groups have welcomed funding for projects to carry out improvement work and support people to make their dreams…

Team photograph of Adult Education team
Top marks for Adult Education and Community Learning Service
20 September 2023

An official government accreditation has confirmed that local learners are getting a grade A service from North Lincolnshire Adult Education…