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  • £350,000 Bottesford Beck visitor centre named North Lincolnshire Council can now reveal that the proposed £350,000 visitor centre at Bottesford Beck will be called Bottesford and Yaddlethorpe Education and Visitor Centre.
  • Look after yourself this Self-Care Week People across North Lincolnshire are being encouraged to look after themselves and become more knowledgeable about their health and lifestyle options this Self-Care Week 2016 (14 to 20 November) to
  • Museum artefacts cast in gold Five unique historic artefacts are being cast in solid gold in preparation for Treasured City, a thrilling public treasure hunt across North Lincolnshire launching in early 2017.
  • Work starts on new sports centre Work will start on the new £5.5m Axholme North Sports Centre in Crowle on Friday 4 November 2016. Andrew Percy MP will dig the first piece of land, accompanied by Cllr John Briggs and Cllr Julie...
  • Innovative joint working with students Two North Lindsey College engineering students have come up trumps by manufacturing a training aid for North Lincolnshire Council's driver training section saving the council around £700 and using B
  • Magic of science explored at LiveLincs show The latest show from the LiveLincs autumn season, Oliver Meech: When Magic and Science Collide, is taking place on Saturday 19 November at 7.30pm at Wroot Village Hall.
  • £5m plans for Scunthorpe and Ashby Markets North Lincolnshire Council is proposing to invest £5m in Scunthorpe and Ashby Markets to provide an enhanced customer experience the largest investment in the history of the markets.
  • Two more businesses benefit from funding Over £42,000 has been granted from the British Steel Support Fund to two businesses in North Lincolnshire, RJ Engineering and UK Container Repair Ltd, to support development and the creation of five
  • Submit your Song for Christmas now! The festive period is fast approaching and once again North Lincolnshire Council and Scunthorpe Telegraph are launching our Song for Christmas competition for schools in our area.
  • Christmas arrives early at Waters' Edge Get a head start on your Christmas shopping at Waters' Edge Visitor Centre's popular Christmas Craft Fair on Saturday 5 and Sunday 6 November from 10am to 4pm.
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