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Free market stall for the day
There isn't a better time to be a market trader than in the run up to Christmas and so North Lincolnshire Council is offering people the opportunity to have a free market stall for a day at Ashby
Could your numbers win in local lottery?
North Lincolnshire Council has announced plans that could see a community lottery launched in our area that will help support community projects.
Lifesaving equipment installed in Gunness
St Barnabas Church in Gunness is the latest public building to have a life-saving defibrillator installed by North Lincolnshire Council.
St John's Church cordoned off for safety
Barriers will be put up Friday 9 December around the former St John's Church now part of 20-21 Visual Arts Centre after a piece of masonry fell from the building.
Make the most of your freezer this Christmas
North Lincolnshire Council is encouraging residents to make the most of their freezer this Christmas and use the Food Standard Agency's (FSA) Freezer Fairy tips.
New council leader to be elected
At the next Full Council meeting on Thursday 15 December, Cllr Baroness Liz Redfern will announce her intention to step down from her role as Leader of North Lincolnshire Council. This will take
Online booking comes to The Pods
Health and Fitness members and booking card holders can now book online for group fitness classes and a range of sports hall activities at The Pods.
Group over the moon with grant funding
North Lincs Astro Society have been awarded £2,967 from our Community Grant Fund to buy a new solar telescope.
North Lincolnshire Council's Adult Social Care among the best in England
North Lincolnshire Council's Adult Social Care Service is performing very well compared to the rest of the country, according to recent national Adult Social Care Outcome Framework (ASCOF).
Bad weather delays Donkey Park refurb
Work to improve the play area on Almond Grove in Brigg, locally known as 'Donkey Park' is now expected to open in spring 2017.
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