North Lincolnshire Council


£15,000 investment improves access to Scunthorpe school

North Lincolnshire Council has provided £15,000 SEND (special educational needs and disabilities) funding for Enderby Road Infant School to improve access. Work involved constructing ramps at external doorways and raising the floor to create a level Early Years area. Access…

2 weeks ago
Brand new counselling service set to launch

Ongo is the first to receive Community Led Local Development funding from North Lincolnshire Council to enable them to provide a brand new counselling and life coaching service. The new service, called Ongo Talk aims to support people with mental health…

2 weeks ago
£210,000 nursery extension to support working parents

Poppy Fields Nursery at West Street Children’s Centre has benefited from £210,000 investment by North Lincolnshire Council, to meet anticipated demand for 30 hours funded childcare for working parents. The extension, which increases the number of places available at the…

3 weeks ago
Opening date revealed for new St John’s Market

The brand new, ultra-modern St John’s Market in Scunthorpe will open its doors to its first customer on Friday, 22 March at 8am. North Lincolnshire Council has invested £4m to create St John’s Market in the heart of the town…

1 month ago
£1.5m Barton leisure centre transformation taking shape

The £1.5m transformation of Baysgarth Leisure Centre in Barton into a community facility is progressing well. North Lincolnshire Council is enabling residents to access a range of services under one roof by bringing them together in the new centre that…

1 month ago
£200,000 extension unveiled at children’s centre

North Lincolnshire Council has invested £209,000 in building an extension at Manor Farm Children’s Centre, Scunthorpe, to house a pre-school and to expand the facilities on the site. The relocation of the pre-school from Priory Lane Community Centre to Manor…

1 month ago