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November 2021

Indoor venue for the Great Grimsby Christmas market

The Great Grimsby Christmas Market will be held over two days on Saturday 27 and Sunday 28 November in Grimsby town centre and alongside some unique traders, there’ll be fun and entertainment and special appearances. However, due to the anticipated poor weather, with a Met Office Yellow warning of gusts up to 60mph currently in force for…

1 year ago | General

Bird keepers required to keep birds housed

An Avian Influenza Prevention Zone (AIPZ) was declared across Great Britain from Wednesday 3 November 2021. The Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs has now announced that all bird keepers are required to keep birds housed until further notice, effective from 00.01 hrs on Monday 29 November.  You can find out more on their website…

1 year ago | General

Get your nomination in for the Mayor’s Civic Awards!

The countdown is on to vote in the Mayor’s 2021 Civic Awards. Celebrating the best there is in North East Lincolnshire – the Civic Awards aim to shine a light on those who are truly making a difference. There are nine award categories which focus on the community, the environment, sport, and business. The stars…

1 year ago | General
Stock photo of people jumping for joy

Detailed surveys to inform plans to improve Grimsby’s Great Coates Road

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, EQUANS, will be carrying out a topographical survey on Great Coates Road, Grimsby. The survey will take place between Larmour Road and Little Coates Road on Thursday 2 December  and Friday 3 December, between 3am and 12.30pm. There will be no impact on road users as the…

1 year ago | General

Trading Standards and Humberside Police raid sees haul of illicit cigarettes and tobacco seized from Healing property

Trading Standards officers from North East Lincolnshire Council have seized a haul of illicit cigarettes and tobacco which was found in a residential property in Healing. Trading Standards officers, along with support from Humberside Police’s Community Team, executed a search warrant on the morning of Sunday 21 November. Officers were responding to information they had…

1 year ago | General
Healing illicit cigarette and tobacco haul

Successful SEND pop-up event at Phoenix Park Academy

Parents, carers, and professionals all came together on Friday, 19 November, for a Special Educational Needs and Disabilities pop-up event. The event, which was held at the Phoenix Park Academy, Harold Street site, was a great success with free tickets for the event selling out. There was a mix of services at the event including,…

1 year ago | Children and families

Scrub cut at Cleethorpes will boost dune biodiversity

By regularly coppicing areas of scrub, conservationists will dramatically improve these coastalhabitats for rare wildlife Coastal sand dunes are the most threatened habitat type in Europe from biodiversity loss. At Cleethorpes, large areas of the dune grassland are becoming overgrown with scrub and rank vegetation, which reduces the size and types of habitat available for…

1 year ago | Environment and community safety
An area of Cleethorpes dunes after selected scrub removal work in 2019, carpeted with orchids