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....from North Lincolnshire Council.
  • Humber Taiko Festival returns for 2017 After the roaring success of last year's events, the second Humber Taiko Festival will take place from 23 to 26 November 2017 across venues in Scunthorpe.
  • Community Champion Awards North Lincolnshire Council's sixth Community Champion Awards ceremony is taking place at The Baths Hall in Scunthorpe on Thursday 23 November 2017.
  • Make a difference to children's education North Lincolnshire Council is looking for volunteers to sit on its education appeals panels. Could you give up some of your time to be a member of a panel?
  • Former shop transformed into grotto The former Bliss store in the Parishes in Scunthorpe town centre is being transformed ready for a very special visitor on Saturday 25 November for Scunthorpe's Christmas Lights Switch On.
  • New Grange Lane North LEDs set to save £50,000 Street lights on Grange Lane North in Scunthorpe have been upgraded to new, more energy-efficient LEDs as part of North Lincolnshire Council's scheme to replace 21,000 lights
  • Tuesday bin collection times may change from tomorrow Residents who get their bins emptied on Tuesday are being reminded to put their bin out by 7am to ensure it gets emptied.
  • New pre-school opens in Barrow A new pre-school facility at John Harrison CE Primary School in Barrow has been built to meet the increasing demand for childcare places thanks to a £385,000 investment.
  • Pudsey finishes 147 mile walk in Barton Waters' Edge Visitor Centre and Country Park in Barton is all set to welcome BBC Radio Lincolnshire's breakfast show presenters Scott Dalton and Corazon Garcia on Friday 17 November at the end of
  • Cook swaps UTC for Winteringham Fields Caroline Gilleard, North Lincolnshire Council cook is today having an experience of a lifetime she's working at top restaurant Winteringham Fields.
  • Work on first lake set to start in 2018 Scunthorpe based Clugstons Construction are set to start work on the first lake of North Lincolnshire Council's £1.2bn Lincolnshire Lakes project early in 2018.
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