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....from North Lincolnshire Council.
  • Act FAST: do you know the signs of a stroke? North Lincolnshire Council is working with the Stroke Association and is calling for people across North Lincolnshire to be more aware of the early signs of stroke, and to share the FAST message
  • Get snap happy with half price photography course Do you have a passion for photography but need to improve your skills? The Adult Community Learning photography course is just £75 for 20 weeks and will have you taking stunning photos
  • On Target rebooted for 2017 2017 is an exciting time for On Target with new sessions starting and some of the popular activities moving to new facilities and locations.
  • Crime prevention event for allotment holders A crime prevention event is being held at the Multi Agency Hub on Westcliff Precinct on Tuesday 21 February from 12pm to 3pm for local allotment holders on Bodmin Road.
  • Afternoon tea with a spoonful of history Normanby Hall is inviting visitors to undress the past with a series of afternoon teas and history talks with collections assistant, Madeleine Grout.
  • Heroes wanted for Great British Spring Clean Calling all communities in North Lincolnshire get involved in the biggest ever litter campaign, Great British Spring Clean (3 to 5 March 2017) and help clean up your community and country.
  • Mayoral engagements for February 2017 The Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Cllr Trevor Foster and Deputy Mayor, Cllr Peter Clark, will attend the following engagements in February:
  • 1,000 people flock to jobs fair British Steel's Scunthorpe site was packed with more than 1,000 job-seekers of all ages as it hosted the North Lincolnshire Jobs Fair in conjunction with North Lincolnshire Council and Jobcentre...
  • Council properties for auction North Lincolnshire Council has a number of properties and land for sale, from £20,000 to £890,000.
  • Local young people head to the polls Voting in the 2017 Youth Elections will begin on Monday 30 January with young people aged 11 to 20 having two weeks to decide their future Young Mayor and Member of Youth Parliament.
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