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....from North Lincolnshire Council.
  • Getting ready for winter workshop North Lincolnshire Council is working with National Energy Action to offer a free workshop on Thursday 24 November at Age UK, Scunthorpe to raise awareness of fuel poverty.
  • North Lincolnshire air quality improves Following a recent assessment of two air quality management areas in North Lincolnshire: Scunthorpe Town and Low Santon, North Lincolnshire Council has identified that significant improvements have...
  • Know your rights as a carer North Lincolnshire Council is encouraging carers, both adult and young, to find out their rights and what support is available as Carers Rights Day approaches on Friday 25 November.
  • Joint registration services proposed North Lincolnshire Council, North East Lincolnshire Council and Lincolnshire County Council registration services are looking at ways the services could work collaboratively to improve services
  • Parking made easier in time for Christmas North Lincolnshire Council is launching cashless car parking in council car parks from Tuesday 22 November, which means motorists can pay for parking using their mobile phone and bank card, instead...
  • Stay well: be prepared for cold winter months The cold winter weather can be harmful to health, especially for elderly and vulnerable people, and North Lincolnshire Council is urging people to do a few simple things to keep you and your family
  • Help to buy your own home Did you know that there are a range of schemes available to help people buy their own home in North Lincolnshire?
  • Businesses urged to support Armed Forces North Lincolnshire Council is encouraging its suppliers to give their backing to the Armed Forces Covenant
  • Trading Standards business advice North Lincolnshire Council looks set to introduce a Trading Standards Business Advice Policy that will set out what advice will be provided free and where businesses will have to pay in future.
  • New way of buying gas will save £40,000 North Lincolnshire Council is about to enter into a collective agreement to secure a better deal on supply of gas to council buildings that will save £40,000 over the next four years.
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