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....from North Lincolnshire Council.
  • Council and Woodland Trust offer free trees Farmers and landowners in North Lincolnshire are being offered subsidised trees thanks to partnerships with the Woodland Trust.
  • Civic Centre seeks alternative use As part of North Lincolnshire Council's transformation plans, to change the way it works and create a more flexible workspace for staff, the council is looking to find an alternative use for the
  • Second fine for dog fouling offender Scunthorpe woman Danielle Andrew of Stratton Court has been fined for a second time for letting dog faeces pile up in her garden.
  • Free events to support women returning to work North Lincolnshire council is hosting two free events in Scunthorpe for women looking at re-entering the job market as part of the Festival of Skills and Opportunities
  • Council leader takes part in walking challenge Cllr Rob Waltham, Leader of North Lincolnshire Council has stepped up to the challenge and is taking part in Challenge 10,000 throughout October.
  • £5m boost with new housing partnership North Lincolnshire Council working in partnership with the Government and Ongo is set to build around 240 new homes in Scunthorpe and Brigg by 2020.
  • Women in Business networking event North Lincolnshire Council is inviting women who are current or aspiring business leaders to attend the Women in Business networking event on Friday 13 October at Humber UTC (University Technical
  • Be breast aware don't take the risk October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month and North Lincolnshire Council is highlighting the importance of breast awareness, education and research to help cut the number of deaths each year to
  • Stop smoking this Stoptober Smokers across the country are being urged to sign up to Stoptober, the Public Health England annual campaign that is being promoted throughout October.
  • Constituency boundary review revised proposals The Boundary Commission for England has announced that they intend to publish revised proposals for new parliamentary constituency boundaries on Tuesday 17 October 2017.
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