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Contact information

Contact:

Law & Democratic Services

Address:

Municipal Offices, Town Hall Square, Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, DN31 1HU

Telephone:

01472 324001

Fax:

01472 324003

Email:

Law.Dem-Admin@nelincs.gov.uk

Opening Times

Monday:

09:00 - 17:00

Tuesday:

09:00 - 17:00

Wednesday:

09:00 - 17:00

Thursday:

09:00 - 17:00

Friday:

09:00 - 17:00

Saturday:

Closed

Sunday:

Closed

Bank Holidays:

Closed

Disclaimer

North East Lincolnshire Council uses reasonable efforts to include and update information on this website. It cannot, however, guarantee its accuracy or completeness. North East Lincolnshire Council, its suppliers and other parties involved in creating and delivering this website's contents, are not liable for any damages arising from the use of this site.

External Links Disclaimer

Please note that external links from this website may include material produced by people and organisations not connected to North East Lincolnshire Council and material of a political nature. While reasonable care was taken when selecting it, North East Lincolnshire Council takes no responsibility for information contained on external links from this website and no guarantee or warrant can be given as to its accuracy or appropriateness.

Copyright Information

All pages, documents and graphics within the nelincs.gov.uk domain are © North East Lincolnshire Council, unless otherwise stated. Data which has been gathered and included in these pages by North East Lincolnshire Council may be used for the purposes of personal or educational use or private research only, but not for any commercial purpose.

Cookies

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Events

Submitting an event for inclusion in the events database does not guarantee that the event information will be published, nor does it mean North East Lincolnshire Council is endorsing the event. The Events Calendar links to external web sites.

The council accepts no liability relating to the event arising out of errors or omissions in the database.

North East Lincolnshire Council reserves the right to refuse to promote events without explanation.
Organisers of public events need to be aware that a great deal of planning and organisation is required to run an event successfully, safely and in compliance with a wide range of legislation. Organisers must remember that, at all times, they are responsible for all aspects of the event.
Responsibility can include seeking advice from a relevant authority or agency, risk assessment and the identification of those measures which will maintain the duty of care for both organisers and attendees. For some events substantial resources may be necessary to fulfil traffic regulations, fire safety, medical cover and the maintenance of public orders.

Roadworks

Roadworks Information provided by ELGIN www.elgin.org.uk. Roadworks Information Database Right copyright © ELGIN. Roadworks Information may contain NTCC Traffic Data copyright © Highways Agency. Roadworks Information may contain TfL Transport Data copyright © Transport for London. Roadworks Information may contain Ordnance Survey data and database rights © Crown copyright. Provision of Roadworks Information is made without any warranty as to the content or accuracy of the data

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