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Scunthorpe Nights Appreciation Awards

This is just a bit of fun!

The winning venue will receive recognition from Scunthorpe Nights via social media and http://www.scunthorpenights.co.uk on a winners page.
Winners will also be emailed a Scunthorpe Nights certificate to display at their venue.

Please don’t start getting petty or angry when you don’t agree with something on a vote. We aren’t the Oscars or The Brits.

We are a voluntary network so please don’t expect an ugly trophy for your mantle piece. 🙂

Any venue showing an attitude or bad sportsmanship towards another venue will be removed from nominations if they continue after warning. Build each other up, don’t break each other down!

It’s a tough time for small venues, this is about helping them and working together.

Peace Out

Your Scunthorpe Nights Admin


Food Vote // Poll Closed

Since January 18th we have been running a poll to allow you to vote for your favourite. The vote has now closed for you to vote for your favourite local eatery and we can announce that the TOP 3 are: Continue reading Food Vote // Poll Closed

Local Election Results // #Scunthorpe

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Overall in the UK general elections 2015 it looks set to be Conservative.

The Conservatives are currently predicted to have won a majority in parliament as Labour are largely wiped out by the SNP in Scotland and the Lib Dems suffer major losses.

But keep up to date here. http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/election/2015/results

#Scunthorpe General Election // Your Vote Counts

Will you be voting today? #SupportLocal



  • JO GIDEON (Conservative) Businesswoman and communications consultant. Thanet councillor since 2003.
  • NICHOLAS DAKIN (Labour) See above.
  • SIMON DODD (Liberal Democrat) Solicitor.
  • STEPHEN HOWD (UKIP) Educated at Westminster School and Oxford University. Barrister. Contested Cleethorpes 2001 for the Conservative party.
  • MARTIN DWYER (Green) GP.
  • PAUL ELSOM (Independent) Lorry driver.
  • DES COMERFORD (Independent) Retailler.

2010 Result:
Conservative: 12091 (32.6%)
Labour: 14640 (39.5%)
Lib Dem: 6774 (18.3%)
BNP: 1447 (3.9%)
Green: 396 (1.1%)
UKIP: 1686 (4.6%)
MAJORITY: 2549 (6.9%)