Council News

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Levelling up: organisations invited to apply for share of £5.5m to kickstart projects

North Lincolnshire organisations are being invited to apply for a share of Government cash to kickstart projects. Last month the…

31 May 2022
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Police and Crime Commissioner launches £1m Community Safety Fund

Police and Crime Commissioner Jonathan Evison has announced a new fund which will invest over one million pounds into community…

24 May 2022
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Meet the new mayor of North Lincolnshire, Councillor John Briggs

Councillor John Briggs has been elected and sworn in as the 26th Mayor at the council’s annual Mayor Making ceremony.…

18 May 2022
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£1.3m Government grant to support local families

This summer will see the area’s biggest support scheme launched thanks to a £1.3m Government cash boost for North Lincolnshire.…

17 May 2022
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Have your say on council’s lifelong support for care leavers

Young adults who have left care in North Lincolnshire are being invited to have their say on the lifelong support…

14 April 2022
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Levelling up gathers pace in Scunthorpe as leading construction group appointed on multi-million-pound high street concept

One of the UK’s leading construction groups has been appointed to progress the multi-million-pound enterprise and innovation hub in the…

14 April 2022
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Region’s first baby memorial garden opens at Scunthorpe Central Park

A beautiful garden dedicated to the memory of local children has been officially opened at Scunthorpe’s Central Park following an…

13 April 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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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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Council leader calls for people to register for Homes for Ukraine scheme

People, charities, community groups and businesses from across North Lincolnshire can now record their interest in supporting Ukrainians fleeing the…

14 March 2022
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Pensioners most in need set for £75 boost to help with housing payments

Around 1,200 pensioners across North Lincolnshire will get a boost worth up to £75 to help with the cost of…

11 March 2022
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Boost your post-Covid fitness drive at new health and wellbeing studios

People’s post-Covid health and fitness regimes can now be kickstarted at two new health studios being developed using Government cash.…

10 March 2022
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Residents’ preferred route for Barton link road revealed

The preferred route for a new link road for Barton-Upon-Humber has been revealed – with residents overwhelmingly supporting the latest…

10 March 2022