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November 2021

Two laybys permanently closed to traffic after anti-social behaviour and fly-tipping

Two laybys in North East Lincolnshire have been closed following anti-social behaviour and fly-tipping at the sites. North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, EQUANS, have closed the laybys in Great Coates Road in Healing and Riby Road in Stallingborough to vehicles following discussions with local councillors. Ward councillors have made highway officials aware…

2 years ago | General
Councillor Swinburn and Hasthorpe at Great Coates layby

Temporary COVID-19 measures introduced from today

From 30 November for at least three weeks, Government have introduced temporary measures to respond to the emergence of UK cases of the new variant of COVID-19, Omicron. The Government have done this to try to slow the spread of the new variant in the UK while work is done to find out as much…

2 years ago | COVID-19

Tree team clearing up damage left by Storm Arwen

North East Lincolnshire Council’s tree team has been working round the clock to clear the damage left in the wake of Storm Arwen. Specially trained workers are on-call when a weather warning is issued. They could be called out any time of day or night to deal with a fallen tree and keep roads and…

2 years ago | General
Workers from the tree team removing a damaged tree after Storm Arwen

Get ready for Christmas at Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre has kicked off its festivities ready for the Christmas season. From a festive street scene, 10ft tree and party hats on the mannequins, to Christmas themed Ross Tiger tours, winter warmers in the cafe and gifts in the shop, there’s plenty to get you in the Christmas spirit. For the first…

2 years ago | General
Christmas tree at Fishing Heritage Centre

New online parking permits and season tickets

From Wednesday 1 December, North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner EQUANS will be issuing digital permits for all on and off-street parking. Virtual permits mean you don’t need to display a paper version in your vehicle. Other benefits include: A quick and simple online application and payment Make changes and requests online (some…

2 years ago | General

Santa to pay festive visit to West Marsh

Children will need to be on their best behaviour ahead of a visit to West Marsh Community Centre by a festive visitor in red this December. Father Christmas will be visiting the community centre for the West Marsh Christmas Fair on Saturday 4 December. The Fair will host craft stalls and refreshments along with merry…

2 years ago | Council information and partnerships