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  • Green light for Ashby Market relocation North Lincolnshire Council is set to invest around £800,000 into relocating Ashby Market following planning permission being given for the plans. Work is expected to start at the beginning of July.
  • Statement of Accounts Public Inspection Notice given in accordance with the Local Audit and Accountability Act and the Accounts and Audit Regulations 2015, that any person, interested may inspect the accounts of North Lincolnshire Council.
  • Election update The polls have closed for the Parliamentary election for Scunthorpe, Brigg and Goole constituencies and Brumby Ward By-election. The verification of votes is underway with counting expected to
  • Book gifting project at neonatal ward North Lincolnshire Children's Literacy Trust is fundraising to provide important resources to families whose new-born babies spend time in the Scunthorpe Hospital neonatal intensive care unit (NICU).
  • Council is ready for the elections North Lincolnshire Council is ready to count the votes for the General Election and Brumby Ward By-election on Thursday 8 June.
  • Flag to be raised for Armed Forces Day The Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Cllr Peter Clark, will raise the flag at the Civic Centre in support of Armed Forces Day on Monday 12 June at 10.30am.
  • An afternoon with author Lynda Page To celebrate National Writing Day on Wednesday 21 June, best-selling author Lynda Page will be visiting North Lincolnshire Central Library in Scunthorpe to answer your burning questions.
  • Don't forget to vote The General Election and Brumby Ward By-election will take place on Thursday 8 June 2017. Don't forget to use your democratic right to vote.
  • Name the mascot The North Lincolnshire Tour of Britain mascot needs a name. Can you help? We are looking for your ideas by Monday 12 June.
  • Shop front investment could see more visitors North Lincolnshire Council is offering businesses in the conservation areas of Barrow and Kirton in Lindsey up to £7,500 to help improve their shop front to make them more attractive and appealing
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