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Scunthorpe United fixtures 2017/18 LIVE: League One matches, dates, key games and reaction

Welcome to our live coverage of the release of Scunthorpe United's fixtures for the 2017/18 eason. They will be released at 9am on Wednesday, June 21st with the new season kicking off on Saturday, August 5. It's a day that all Iron fans love and it plant

Wednesday, 08:32 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Scunthorpe fixtures 2017/18 LIVE: League One matches, dates, key games and reaction

Welcome to our live coverage of the release of Scunthorpe United's fixtures for the 2017/18 eason. They will be released at 9am on Wednesday, June 21st with the new season kicking off on Saturday, August 5. It's a day that all Iron fans love and it plant

Wednesday, 08:11 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Firefighters called out to incident at Scunthorpe flats

Fire crews were called out to flats in Scunthorpe today (Tuesday, June 20). Humberside Fire and Rescue Service attended an incident at Sutton House on Market Hill shortly at 2.12pm. The fire service said three crews attended and the incident was a...

Tuesday, 20:22 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Takeover talks between Sainsburys and Nisa Retail begin

Talks have started over a reported £130million take-over by supermarket giants Sainsbury's of the retail wholesale co-operative Nisa which employs 1,100 people in Scunthorpe. The talks comes as the work-force on the town's Normanby Enterprise Park celebr

20 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Scunthorpe United’s most memorable opening day fixtures in recent years

Scunthorpe United are preparing for their fourth consecutive season in League One. As the fixtures are set to be announced on Wednesday at 9am and therefore begins the countdown to the beginning of the 2017/18 campaign. Over the past 10 seasons, Scunthor

20 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Council leader visits areas of Scunthorpe to tackle fly-tipping

The leader of North Lincolnshire Council has visited areas of Scunthorpe today (Monday, June 19) to tackle fly-tipping. Councillor Rob Waltham visited the Crosby and Park and Town wards to see what work has been done to tackle fly-tipping and waste issue

20 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Scunthorpe college student represents Malta in cricket

A first-year John Leggott College student has his mind set on a career in sport after recently returning from Malta to represent the country's under-18 cricket team. Scott Ewan, who progressed to the Scunthorpe college from South Axholme Academy, was spo

20 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Barton Arts festival kicks off this week

Barton Arts is celebrating its 20th anniversary in style this year with film, comedy, music, theatre and the spoken word among the highlights of the 11 day festival which begins on Thursday (June 22). "It is hard to believe that this summer the...

20 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Last Night of the Proms concert to take place in Scunthorpe

THE Royal Philharmonic Orchestra are returning to Scunthorpe with the Last Night of the Proms. Featuring conductor Stephen Bell and soprano Sarah Redgwick, pictured, the show will take place at The Baths Hall tomorrow night (Wednesday, June 21). Last Nig

20 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Blackburn Rovers set to sign former Scunthorpe United loanee Richie Smallwood

Former Scunthorpe United loanee Richie Smallwood looks set to join League One new-boys Blackburn Rovers. The 26-year-old is a free agent after rejecting a new contract at Rotherham United following their relegation to the third tier. And he is now expect

19 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Music fans watch orchestra in inflatable venue in Scunthorpe

Classical music fans were able to see a professional orchestra in Scunthorpe's Church Square tonight (Monday, June 19). The inflatable venue comes as part of a concert by Sinfonia Viva. The incredible venue has been brought to Scunthorpe as part of Viva'

19 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

When is the weather going to cool down?

Those of us sweltering at work today in this boiling heat, will be asking ourselves one question - when is it going to cool down? Forecasters changed their predictions for today as the storms are no longer set to hit the Scunthorpe area. The Met Office s

19 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police appeal for information on missing 34-year-old, Jamie Whitham

Police are looking for information to help locate a missing 34-year-old man from North Lincolnshire. Jame Whitham, Ulceby, was last seen at 1.30pm on Saturday (June 17) on Carr Road, Ulceby. Police have urged people to contact them if they know of Jamie'

19 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Gift of life for dads on Father's Day

Jubilant dads in Scunthorpe got the best present for Father's Day this year. Scunthorpe General Hospital confirmed two babies were born yesterday (Sunday, June 18). Father's Day is a day to honour dads and father figures held annually in June. Caroline S

19 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Inquest opens into death of missing crew member Vicente Delgado after body found

The body of a crew member who fell into the River Trent has finally been found - six months after he went missing. An inquest has now opened into the death of father-of-two Vicente Delgado, 35, who went missing after he fell from a vessel in the River Tr

19 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
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