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Recycling cash helps nature reserve A

local nature reserve has benefited from a charitable donation as a result of North

Lincolnshire residents’ recycling efforts. Palm Recycling; the company that

collects the blue and green kerbside boxes and textile bags, donated £3,000 to the Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust’s Far Ings Nature Reserve near Barton. Palm Recycling pledges that for every tonne of cans, glass, paper and textiles recycled through the scheme, it will donate £1 to charities. The Lincolnshire Wildlife Trust is a

voluntary charitable organisation that cares for Lincolnshire’s wildlife and

Far Ings: recycling donation

decker Ness Pit Bird Hide. Access has been greatly improved by a level, dry surface suitable for all visitors. Ness Hide enables visitors to see a

variety of birds – from bittern and marsh harrier to kingfishers. On some occasions you can see foxes and otters. Thank you to North Lincolnshire

countryside. It was founded in 1948 and is affiliated to the Royal Society of Wildlife Trusts. The £3,000 donation has enabled

the charity to build a new footpath linking the Ness End Farm car park to the ramp at the bottom of the double

Free events training for community groups

A festivals project for Northern Lincolnshire will provide training, support and guidance to groups interested in hosting festivals and events. It will offer comprehensive events

management training, covering customer service, licensing, health and safety and marketing. The training will act as a ‘beginners’ guide’ to event management, advising on where to start and who to contact. The project, funded by Northern

Lincolnshire Local Action Group, will also lend equipment, reducing the start-up costs for groups holding their first event. The equipment will include radios, high-viz vests, bunting and supplies for clearing sites after an event. Items such as display boards, projectors, IT equipment and games are also available from the Common Treasury through Voluntary Action. Northern Lincolnshire Festivals

weekend in May 2013 will include a variety of events. The project will help

Festivals: help on offer for local groups

residents for enabling this to happen through their continued recycling efforts. For more information about waste

and recycling in North Lincolnshire, visit the recycling pages at or call the Customer Helpline on 01724 297000.

Could you help manage risks posed by offenders?

MAPPA is the multi agency public protection arrangements through which police, probation, prison, social care services and others work together to manage the risks posed by violent and sexual offenders. It is looking for a Lay Adviser to represent the South Bank of the Humber to give the wider community a voice in the way these issues are managed, challenging and asking questions of professionals. This unpaid post will involve some travel,

you to arrange and promote your own event as part of the festival. Training and support,provided by

North Lincolnshire Council will take place in venues across North and North East Lincolnshire early in 2012. If you want to take part, or would like more details of how the project could benefit your organisation, call Philippa Kenyon on 01724 297781 (philippa.kenyon@ or Kayleigh Michael on 01724 297536 (kayleigh.michael To find out about equipment available from the Common Treasury, call Voluntary Action on 01724 845155 or visit

for which allowances will be available. You will receive excellent support and training. You need to be politically neutral,

articulate and discreet, with an objective view of current policy. The role is not open to MPs, councillors, others working for other criminal justice agencies (or within eight years of leaving such employment); or civil servants working for the Home Office or Department of Constitutional affairs. A CRB check will be required. For more details, including an application

form, go to www. humberside- For informal enquiries, call Kevan Fridlington: 01482 480000. Closing date: Friday 20 April 2012.


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