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Council on standby as weather warning issued for our area
North Lincolnshire Council is urging people to take care in extreme weather conditions and don't put themselves at risk as the Met Office has issued a 'Yellow Warning' for snow.
The Food in North Lincolnshire pledge
The North Lincolnshire Council Health and Wellbeing Board will sign a declaration committing its members to the Food in North Lincolnshire Pledge on Friday 8 December 2017.
New service will make it easier for carers to access support
A new carers' support service will start 23 December 2017 providing valuable support to around 4,500 carers in North Lincolnshire.
£123,000 refurbishment for St Martin's Primary School
North Lincolnshire Council has invested £123,000 to renovate St Martin's C of E Primary School in Owston Ferry to provide more space for pupils and improve facilities.
Join the Mayor at charity Christmas concert
The Mayor and Mayoress of North Lincolnshire are hosting a Christmas Concert with the St John's Singers at Normanby Hall on Friday 15 December at 7pm, which you are invited to attend.
Health Scrutiny Panel
The North Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and Thames Ambulance service have assured the North Lincolnshire Health Scrutiny Panel that if no further improvements are made, action
A magical Christmas at Normanby Hall
Visit Normanby Hall Country Park this Christmas time and be captivated by all there is to see and do. Whether you're walking around the park, meeting Father Christmas in the walled garden,
Celebrate Christmas at 20-21
20-21 Visual Arts Centre in Scunthorpe has a delicious festive menu, offers and fun family activities available in the run up to Christmas don't miss out.
Council calls on residents to be vigilant when disposing of their rubbish
North Lincolnshire Council is clamping down on flytipping and urging residents in the run up to Christmas to ensure they use a licenced waste carrier to dispose of their rubbish. It is costing
Scrutiny Panel to hear fate of Thames Ambulance Service over failings
Chairman of the North Lincolnshire Health Scrutiny Panel, Cllr Holly Mumby-Croft will on Monday 4 December, demand action is taken if a vital transport service that is letting down
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