This Friday, 14th March will see Scunthorpe’s first FitSteps classes run in conjunction with a local school as part of their community wellbeing initiative. Continue reading
On Saturday the 15th from 10am to 3pm there will be a craft fair held at celebrate party shop showcasing local arts and crafts. Continue reading
Those of you familiar with the social media application Twitter may have come across #NLHour. For those of you who have not, #NLHour is short for North Lincs Hour and is used to encourage local people to meet up virtually to swap news, information and views about North Lincolnshire. Continue reading
The old saying of ‘things come in threes’ certainly rings true when it to businesses leaving Scunthorpe town centre.
With Dorothy Perkins and Burtons set to close this weekend and the uncertainty surrounding the future of the Internacionale shop in The Parishes it comes as a further blow that Maxwell Computers has pulled the plug and relocated to a new site in Ashby.
North Lincolnshire Council is holding its first North Lincolnshire Business Expo on 15 April 2014 at Forest Pines Hotel, Broughton, from 10am to 5pm. With 70 exhibitors, this is a networking opportunity you don’t want to miss. Continue reading
Latest planning application submitted to North Lincolnshire Council include;
Permission to convert a former 7 bedroom guest house into 3 flats. The site, which stands at the junction of Henderson Avenue Circle and Long Road has been vacant for over a year, and has been identified by the Gardiner Sharp Partnership as a possible conversion.
Congratulations are in order after the achievements of a local Scunthorpe schoolboy in a national competition.
Jared Beasley a Year 7 student at Melior Community Academy participated in the British Judo Championships at Sheffield on Saturday 8th March 2014. There was a total of 525 competitors competing in various categories. Continue reading
A member of the public from Crowle has been given a 5 year Anti-Social Behavior Order (ASBO) and has been fined a staggering £16,500 in costs. Continue reading