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....from North Lincolnshire Council.
  • Over 90 per cent receive first choice secondary In North Lincolnshire 91 per cent of pupils will go to their preferred first choice secondary school in North Lincolnshire an increase on last year.
  • Funding to support victims of domestic abuse Funding of £400,000 has been awarded to the four councils in northern Lincolnshire and East Yorkshire to support victims of domestic abuse with complex problems.
  • Preparation for Adulthood event A Preparation for Adulthood event for young people who have special educational needs and disabilities will be held at North Lindsey College on Friday 17 March from 9.30am to 12.30pm.
  • Gold artefact and charity donation up for grabs After the Janus train was found in Scunthorpe's Central Park on Saturday 25 February, there is now just one gold artefact left to find in Luke Jerram's popular exhibition, Treasured City.
  • Conference on working with young people A conference organised by the Local Safeguarding Children's Board, focusing on research into working with young people, will take place on Monday 13 March at 9.30am to 12.30pm, at The Baths Hall.
  • Get involved in Disabled Access Day 2017 A Do Something Different activity day will take place on Saturday 11 March at Normanby Hall Country Park and at North Lincolnshire Museum, as part of Disabled Access Day 2017.
  • Ever thought about adopting or fostering? North Lincolnshire Council is on the lookout for new foster carers and adoptive parents in North Lincolnshire to look after children of all ages and needs. Are you who we are looking for?
  • Mayoral engagements for March 2017 The Mayor of North Lincolnshire, Cllr Trevor Foster and Deputy Mayor, Cllr Peter Clark, will attend the following engagements in March:
  • Days left to nominate local businesses Nominations for the Northern Lincolnshire Business Awards 2017 close this Friday (3 March). Act now to enter yourself, your business, or a business you think deserves recognition for one of 13...
  • North Lincolnshire among best for early learning The latest Save the Children report has identified North Lincolnshire as one of the best places for children's early development and learning. It shows 74 per cent of children are reaching a good lev
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