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....from North Lincolnshire Council.
  • £442,000 refurbishment at New Holland Primary North Lincolnshire Council has invested £442,000 in New Holland C of E and Methodist Primary School to provide additional facilities for pupils. The new-look school officially opened on Friday
  • Wind farm fund helps creates literacy woodland Althorpe and Keadby Primary School marked World Book Day with a Celebration Event to mark the completion of a project to develop Bramblebank Wood into literacy woodland.
  • Hundreds of people take part in big clean up Over 300 volunteers rallied together last weekend (3 to 5 March) to take part in the biggest ever litter campaign; Great British Spring Clean, and collected over 700 bags of rubbish.
  • Final Treasured City object found! The gold ammonite the final hidden piece in Luke Jerram's Treasured City exhibition has been found in Scunthorpe.
  • Race for Life launches at Normanby Hall Women are being encouraged to sign up for an exciting new event from Cancer Research UK's Race for Life at Normanby Hall Country Park.
  • Report suspected child abuse North Lincolnshire Council is once again backing the national campaign, 'Together, we can tackle child abuse', to encourage people to report suspected child abuse and recognise their role in
  • Second boundary review public consultation The Boundary Commission for England (BCE) is once again be asking the public to help shape plans to change Parliamentary constituency boundaries.
  • Ovarian cancer do you know the symptoms March is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month and North Lincolnshire Council and Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust are joining forces to raise awareness of the symptoms women should
  • Three hundred dancers set to rock Baths Hall The South Bank Dance Annual Showcase is waltzing its way to The Baths Hall, Scunthorpe on Wednesday 29 March 2017 at 7pm.
  • Fit more walking into your lifestyle North Lincolnshire Council is working with national charity, Living Streets, to motivate people in our area to fit more walking into their everyday lives.
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