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Caravan owners seek to extend site after turning holiday makers away

Holiday makers are being turned away from an award-winning caravan and camping site in North Lincolnshire because it is fully-booked . So now owners Martin and Heather Thompson are seeking planning approval to expand their Acorn Wood site on Darby Road,

today, 13:40 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Check your change! You could have one of the most valuable £1 coins in your back pocket

HANG on to your £1 coins after the launch of the 12 sided coin next month - they could be worth a fortune! In a new 'Scarcity Index', CoinChecker has identified 24 of the rarest £1 coins to have ever circulated the UK - with some worth as much as £50 eac

today, 12:51 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Join Jake Quickenden and ditch the chocolate for the British Heart Foundation

JAKE Quickenden has joined the British Heart Foundation on a quest to dechox and ditch the chocolate this March. The British Heart Foundation has said the need to find new ways to prevent, diagnose and treat heart disease is urgent. By joining in with th

today, 12:13 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Three in four drivers say they'd fail if they had to take a driving test again

NEW research has shown that three in four British drivers don't think they'd pass if they had to take their driving test again. Research by www.VoucherCodesPro.co.uk shows that the majority of British drivers with a full license don't think they would pa

today, 11:33 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Kodi: What's legal and what isn't

Kodi sales have skyrocketed in the UK, with people using the devices to watch TV channels, live sports and films without forking out for expensive subscription packages. But with the news this week that five people have been arrested for selling...

today, 11:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Scunthorpe RUFC coach Tim Robinson looking to cure Greens second half sickness

SCUNTHORPE RUFC coach Tim Robinson said he is looking to try and work out the solution to his side's second half sickness. The Greens were leading Hinckley at half time on Saturday but conceded a try three minutes into the second half before going on to

today, 09:17 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Three more acts announced for Lincs FM's birthday bash

THREE more acts have been added to the bill for Lincs FM's 25th birthday bash at The Baths Hall next month. Musician and singer Jodie Abacus, girl band M.O and singer JP Cooper will be joining Calum Scott on Friday, March 3. Behind Little Mix, M.O are Br

today, 07:22 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

North Lincolnshire couple speak about fostering

A NORTH Lincolnshire couple have spoken about their experience of fostering. Mandy and Christopher Payton O'Connell, from Kirton, have been foster carers with Foster Care Associates (FCA) for 14 years. Mandy first considered fostering because it was some

today, 07:22 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tesco & Fareshare call on charities to register for food scheme to help people in need

TESCO and FareShare are calling on charities and community groups in and around Scunthorpe to register for an exciting scheme which will see surplus food become meals for people in need. This food is free and includes fresh produce, such as fruit, vegeta

today, 07:22 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Stephen Dawson urges Scunthorpe fans to stick with the team

SCUNTHORPE United captain Stephen Dawson has urged supporters to stick with them despite their disappointing run of results. The Iron have not won in four games, despite a really good performance against Sheffield United at the weekend. But preceding tha

today, 07:22 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Man sentenced after being found with cannabis, amphetamine, machete & Samurai sword

POLICE found stashes of cannabis and amphetamine after searching a man's home, a court heard. Matthew Maude, 21, of Lunedale Road, Scunthorpe, admitted possessing cannabis with intent to supply and possessing amphetamine on August 16. Jeremy Evans, prose

today, 07:22 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Children's car seats: New booster cushion regulations NOW in force

NEW rules over the manufacture of child car booster cushions have come into force earlier than expected. The new rules were expected to be introduced on March 1 and affect the manufacture of new booster cushions, which must be designed to be used by chil

today, 07:22 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Do you remember the Appleby Frodingham Gala? Pictures

The Appleby Frodingham Gala was one of the big dates on Scunthorpe's calendar. Over the years tens of thousands of people attended the event, taking part in an array of activities for the whole family. MORE: Footballing legend Graham Taylor to be honoure

yesterday, 19:11 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Footballing legend Graham Taylor to be honoured by statue

A STATUE of former England manager Graham Taylor is to be built. Watford have confirmed they will erect a statue in honour of the ex-England manager, who grew up in Scunthorpe. A second tribute will be arranged in memory of Graham, who passed away in Jan

yesterday, 18:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Cars damaged on Scunthorpe street

EIGHT cars were damaged on Frodingham Road in Scunthorpe in the early hours of this morning (Tuesday, February 21). A spokeswoman for the force said: "We were called at around 12.45am today following reports the windscreens of the vehicles had...

yesterday, 17:08 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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