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February 2022

Think Cleethorpes Draft Masterplan

Update: This has now been approved by the Council’s Cabinet at its meeting in March. More than 2700 people took part in the Think Cleethorpes Masterplan survey, and it’s now heading into the democratic process prior to adoption by North East Lincolnshire Council. “The beauty of Cleethorpes is the town’s varied seafront offer and its…

9 months ago | General
North Prom


LICENSING ACT 2003 VARIATION OF A PREMISES LICENCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application for a Variation of a Premises Licence under the above-mentioned legislation has been made by:                   St John & St Stephen’s Church to North East Lincolnshire Council in respect of the premises known as: St John & St Stephen’s Church which…

9 months ago | Licensing

Grimsby Pancake Day race returns – and the Mayor is ready to take it on!

The Mayor of North East Lincolnshire is getting ready to take on Chaplain Mary Vickers as Grimsby’s Pancake Day race returns. The race, previously an annual event for the town, will return on Tuesday 1 March at the newly renovated St James’ Square in Grimsby. The event was originally brought together several years ago with…

9 months ago | General
Pancake Day start line

Sea Road tree to be removed

A tree that has become unstable on Sea Road in Cleethorpes is to be removed on Monday next week (28 Feb). The lime tree had started to lean dangerously towards the road, and the Council has received several reports of the roots beginning to show above the pavement. With agreement from the tree officer, it…

9 months ago | General

Council pledge to work with partners and drive improvement journey

Budget and council tax approved at meeting this week ‘Continuing the journey of improvement for children and adult services, whilst working with partners and stakeholders to further regenerate North East Lincolnshire’. These are the over-arching priorities of North East Lincolnshire Council and were outlined by councillors who approved both the Council Plan and the annual…

9 months ago | General

Road barriers introduced at Tollbar Academy to protect pupils, parents and staff

Barriers will be positioned at the vehicle entrances at school arrival and pick up times to stop motorists waiting in these areas when either dropping off or collecting students at Tollbar Academy. To raise awareness of the safety concerns surrounding school drop offs, a road safety campaign will be taking place on Monday 28 February….

9 months ago | General

Staff at Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre ‘go the extra mile’ as attraction gets top score from VisitEngland inspection

Staff at Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre have been praised for ‘going the extra mile’ by VisitEngland after scoring top marks during a recent inspection and being awarded the accreditation of VisitEngland Quality Assured Visitor Attraction.  The centre scored 100 per cent for its staff, giving the attraction a nomination for the VisitEngland Welcome Award. The…

9 months ago | General
Some of the Fishing Heritage Centre staff

Kasbah Conservation Area Management Plan

The unique nature of the Kasbah area of Grimsby docks, and how to manage it for the future, is the subject of a new management plan by conservation specialists, Alan Baxter Ltd. The Kasbah Conservation Area was designated in 2017, in recognition of its distinctive and special character with a unique set of industrial buildings…

9 months ago | General
Alfred Enderby smokehouse on the Kasbah, Grimsby Docks

Phone n Ride connecting Habrough residents with local amenities

Eleven residents of Habrough Village enjoy a monthly catch up where they share news and support each other, most recently over lunch at Beechwood Farm on Grimsby’s Europarc, thanks to Phone n Ride.  For residents of North East Lincolnshire’s rural locations, such as Habrough, the Phone n Ride service can be an important link to…

9 months ago | General
Habrough residents enjoy a Phone n Ride group booking