Changes to refuse collection dates over the 1st week of the Easter period
Please be aware of the following changes to refuse collection dates over the Easter period as collections will be one day EARLIER than usual.
Tuesday 30th March collections move to Monday 29th March
Wednesday 31st March collections move to Tuesday 30th March
Thursday 1st April collections move to Wednesday 31st March
Friday 2nd April (Good Friday) collections move to Thursday 1st April
Your collection calendar will show which days each of your bins and boxes will be collected. If you don’t have a collection calendar, you can check the dates online at www.northlincs.gov.uk/collectiondates
Household Recycling Centres will be open as normal over the Easter period.
From 1 March all Household Recycling Centres will operate their summer opening hours as listed below:
Location 1 March to 31 October 1 November to 28/29 February
Barnetby 10am to 6pm 10am to 4pm
Bigby Road, Melton Ross (Closed Wednesday & Thursday) (Closed Wednesday & Thursday)
Barton 10am to 6pm 10am to 4pm
Gravel Pit Road (Closed Wednesday & Thursday) (Closed Wednesday & Thursday)
Belton 10am to 6pm 10am to 4pm
Epworth Road (Closed Wednesday & Thursday) (Closed Wednesday & Thursday)
Broughton 10am to 6pm 10am to 4pm
Brigg Road (Closed Wednesday & Thursday) (Closed Wednesday & Thursday)
Goxhill 10am to 6pm 10am to 4pm
College Road (Closed Wednesday & Thursday) (Closed Wednesday & Thursday)
Kirton in Lindsey 10am to 6pm 10am to 4pm
Redbourne Mere (Closed Wednesday & Thursday) (Closed Wednesday & Thursday)
Winterton 10am to 6pm 10am to 4pm
North Street (Closed Wednesday & Thursday) (Closed Wednesday & Thursday)
Scunthorpe 8am to 6pm 8am to 4pm
Cottage Beck Road (Open seven days a week) (Open seven days a week)
Update from the office of the Police & Crime Commissioner
From Humberside Fire regards consultation on the precept which closes on 18th January please click here to visit the consultation area of Humberside Fire website. Opens in a new window
Policing Precept Survey which closes on 22nd January – Please click here to complete the Policing Precept Survey Opens in a new window
Please click here to visit the Police funding 2020/21 consultation. Opens in a new window
I would encourage you and your residents to have your say and help shape the services going forward.
From the Office of the Police & Crime Commissioner
North Lincs Council Forthcoming Meetings Calendar
Redbourne Parish Council Christmas Newsletter
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Garden waste winter suspension brought forward
Brown bin collections will be suspended from the beginning of next week, Monday 23 November. This is slightly earlier than planned.
Check your collection dates and find out more about replacing your brown bin with a free composter on the NLC website.
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Closure of Tennis Courts
The Government has announced new national restrictions for England between Thursday 5 November – Wednesday 2 December, the new restrictions mean that tennis activity in England is not permitted for the duration of the national lockdown, as a result of the closure of all outdoor and indoor facilities. The only exceptions to this are for elite tennis players, and for tennis activity in schools, colleges and other educational establishments as part of education.
We will re-open Redbourne’s Tennis Courts as soon as we are able.
Play your part to increase broadband speeds in North Lincolnshire
North Lincolnshire Council is working with telecoms providers to bring ultrafast broadband to the area and needs local people to play their part by completing a simple form.
The council is asking people and businesses to register their interest in ultrafast broadband by filling in this form Opens in a new window .
Ultrafast broadband provides download speeds of up to 1Gbps (1000Mbps). It is also known as ‘full fibre’, ‘fibre to the premises’ and ‘fibre to the home’.
If people register, there will be no obligation to buy into any service that may become available. Telecoms providers and the Government would fund any upgrade to the network.
If installed people can then choose whether or not to purchase an ultrafast broadband contract.
To have the best chance of your area being upgraded, ask local businesses, friends and neighbours to register their interest too.
Parish Councillor Vacancies
We currently have two Councillor vacancies. If you feel you are able to spare around a couple of hours on the third Monday bi-monthly please do contact us.
The Parish Council aim to improve the village but a full quota of Councillors is required to really make an impact.
If you would like to try and help make our lovely village the best it can be, please contact the Clerk we would be delighted to welcome new Councillors.
JustGo North Lincs
JustGo North Lincs is an on-demand bus service operating for people traveling in North Lincolnshire. You book and pay directly from your smartphone through the JustGo North Lincs mobile app and, using the latest technology, track the bus in real-time to the meeting point of choice.
The smart software then works out the best way to collect other passengers nearby and take them to their chosen destinations – the more the app is used the better the responsive transport becomes.
Many people are comfortable using apps for a variety of services. For those that aren’t, help and support to get them started with JustGo will be available over the phone or face to face.
JustGo is a fast and low-cost way to connect people to places around North Lincolnshire, or in and out of Scunthorpe, with prices from just £2.50 for a single trip and discounts for children. Rides can be booked four weeks in advance up until the day of travel through the app or by telephone, and are provided by North Lincolnshire Council in partnership with East Yorkshire, part of the Go-Ahead Group.
Further information is available on the JustGo website and in their frequently asked questions section.
How to book
Book your ride by downloading the JustGo North Lincs app, available from Google Play or the Apple App Store. Using the app allows you to quickly see your closest meeting point, book, and pay for your ride, and track your vehicle in real-time. Rides can also be booked by telephone on 01482 59 29 59.
tel: 01482 592959
Redbourne Public Rights of Way
Redbourne Parish Council has this year taken on responsibility for cutting the Public Rights of Way in the Parish. Please could any walkers and residents who notice any untidy or uncut paths let us know by e-mailing Holly the Clerk at firstname.lastname@example.org May open an email client if one is installed with photographs if possible?
Play Area Refurbishment
The refurbishment of Redbourne Play Area is now complete.
Located in the centre of the village, the play area benefits from a new Orchard Teepee climbing frame, a Toot slide and a Nest swing (pictured above). An existing swing frame has also been upgraded. Along with the current equipment, the new activities will enable the play area to be used by a wider age range of children – from ages 4 to 12 year olds. Supported by adults, children with disabilities can also enjoy outdoor play.
Children are already using the play area and have reported how much they are enjoying using all the new equipment.
Emergency financial help available for people struggling due to Covid-19
North Lincolnshire Council is providing emergency assistance to help residents who are struggling financially because of Covid-19.
This can be in the form of providing food, helping with energy bills or replacing broken items such as washing machines, fridges or freezers.
Only households whose needs cannot be met in any other way, and who have been severely impacted by the pandemic, are eligible for the funding.
It cannot be used to buy items residents did not own beforehand, and proof of breakdown will be needed.
It also cannot be used to buy items of furniture or carpets.
More information is available on the coronavirus section of North Lincs Council website, or call the Contact Centre on 01724 297000.
Community Speed Watch
Update – 5th November 2020 – Unfortunately due to government restrictions all Community Speedwatch activity will cease for the duration of the lockdown.
North Lincolnshire are opening up their Community Speed Watch. This is a national initiative and was first trialled successfully in Thornton Curtis in 2018. This gives
volunteers from local communities a chance to work alongside community policing teams in making a positive change to drivers behaviour and improve the safety of roads in our villages.
This document explains how the scheme would work Community Speed Watch Information – For Volunteers
If you are interested please contact the Parish clerk. We will need 6 volunteers for our village to be considered for this scheme.
NLC have announced a £15m increased investment in Highways spend over next 4 years to improve road surfaces. If you know of a pot hole, please report them via the NLC website with details of the location.
For further information on free services to carers in North Lincolnshire please log onto the following website:
The report into flood mitigation following on from the November 2019 flood report has now been issued. This report is available for viewing on the Flooding page. The previous report completed as a result of investigating flood mitigation in Redbourne following on from the 2007 flood event can also be viewed there.
Please direct any comments regarding your observations on these reports to the email@example.com May open an email client if one is installed. We have been advised that the meeting we hoped the drainage officers would call to review the report findings has not taken place due to the ongoing restrictions of COVID-19.