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....from North Lincolnshire Council.
  • Plans for the region's first Go Ape North Lincolnshire Council has been in talks with top visitor attraction Go Ape about bringing the first Go Ape to the region at Normanby Hall Country Park in North Lincolnshire that could be in
  • Riotously funny show in North Lincolnshire A lively piece of comedy will have audiences in North Lincolnshire laughing themselves silly this spring as part of LiveLincs' sparkling new season of events.
  • Last chance to sign up for Great British Spring Clean With just over a week to go, this is your last chance to sign up to be a hero and take part in the biggest ever litter campaign, Great British Spring Clean (3 to 5 March 2017).
  • Baysgarth Park aims for Green Flag status Barton upon Humber's popular Baysgarth Park is set to see a series of improvement works as the park aims at achieving a prestigious Green Flag Award.
  • Get the 'X Factor' in great giveaway North Lincolnshire Children's Literacy Trust has got four pairs of VIP experience tickets to the 2017 X Factor Live tour to giveaway in a raffle.
  • Weather warning issued for wind in our area The Met Office has issued an amber warning of wind in our area for tomorrow, Thursday 23 February between 6am and 8pm. We are urging people to take care during this time and look out for others.
  • Council supports justice against hate crime North Lincolnshire Council has adopted the International Holocaust Remembrance Alliance (IHRA) definition of Anti-Semitism to support justice against hate crime and hate incidents.
  • Thousands flock to Treasured City opening Treasured City, the latest exhibition from artist Luke Jerram, opened at Scunthorpe's 20-21 Visual Arts Centre on Saturday 18 February to a bumper crowd of over 2,000 people.
  • £75,000 funding pot and new projects launched The Isle of Axholme and Hatfield Chase Landscape Partnership is launching a £75,000 Community Grant Fund and 16 other projects on Friday 3 March at Hirst Priory in Crowle.
  • Green light for Belton Visitor Centre North Lincolnshire Council has given planning approval for the £350,000 Belton Visitor Centre at Belton County Park.
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