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£200,000 invested to relocate pre-school
North Lincolnshire Council working with Little Rascals Pre-School has invested around £200,000 to refurbish a disused building on Willoughby Road in Scunthorpe to provide a new home for the...
Comment on air quality assessment and Annual Status Report
North Lincolnshire Council's Environmental Health Team has submitted the detailed assessment of the Scunthorpe Town and Low Santon Air Quality Management Areas 2016 and Annual Status Report 2017
Cheques to Civic Centre 4 to 12 October
If you paid the council by cheque at Civic Centre between 4 and 12 October, your bank account should now be debited by 23 November. We apologise for any inconvenience caused by this delay.
Council leader receives MBE
Cllr Rob Waltham, Leader of North Lincolnshire has been awarded an MBE in the Queen's Birthday Honours list. Cllr Waltham received this honour for his services to local government.
Heroes of the Airfields exhibition opens in Barton
A brand new exhibition, Heroes of the Airfields, has now opened at Waters' Edge Visitor Centre in Barton which will run until 4 December 2017.
Imagination Library world's most successful
With 87 per cent of under-fives in our area registered with the Imagination Library, North Lincolnshire's book-gifting scheme is the most successful in the world.
£500,000 for Burton leisure facilities
North Lincolnshire Council has awarded £500,000 for new and enhanced sport and leisure facilities in Burton-upon-Stather.
£1m refurbishment of library underway
The £1m plans to transform North Lincolnshire Central Library in Scunthorpe are underway and the building will close its doors on Saturday 11 November at 4pm before relocating temporarily to
Council Tax Support Scheme consultation
North Lincolnshire Council is carrying out a consultation with residents to get their views on proposed changes to the Council Tax Support Scheme for 2018/19.
One woman dance show comes to Wroot
Up next for the LiveLincs autumn season is a heart-warming production of Here Comes Trouble, a contemporary dance that will provide lively entertainment in Wroot.
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