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June 2022

Summer safety advice from the resort management team

Members of North East Lincolnshire Council’s resort management team are talking to schools about the wonders and dangers of the unique environment on the Cleethorpes coastline. The educational safety presentations are often given on the beach with a short walking tour, but they can also be given in the classroom. The talks include information about…

7 months ago | General
School children take a look at the resort team beach buggy

Armed Forces Weekend – Transport information

People are being urged to plan ahead for the Armed Forces Day celebrations this weekend. Road closures will be in place in the event area across the weekend, with some areas will be closed from Thursday daytime through to Monday lunchtime. The core area of the Armed Forces weekend, from the library to Brighton Street,…

7 months ago | General
Armed Forces Day flag flying

Social Work by the sea: Nurturing new social workers in a seaside town

Do you crave long walks on golden beaches and a beautiful sea view, relaxing on the sand to the sound of the waves? Look no further! North East Lincolnshire Council’s children’s services are seeking to recruit a practice improvement practitioner to nurture their newest social workers, based in the picturesque Victorian seaside resort of Cleethorpes….

7 months ago | Children and families
A photo of Cleethorpes credited to Jacob White

Carriageway resurfacing programme disrupted due to parked cars

Unfortunately, we have been unable to resurface a number of streets on Monday 20 June due to parked cars. The following roads in Cleethorpes are affected: William Street – Mill Rd to house no. 11 George Street – St Peter’s Avenue to Chapman Grove Reynolds Street – Brereton Avenue to Grimsby Road Blundell Avenue –…

7 months ago | General
roadworks road closure

Bin fire arsonists are putting lives at risk

Suspected arsonists are causing thousands of pounds worth of damage and putting lives at risk by setting fire to street litter bins. Vandals damaged or set fire to about 15 litter bins so far this year. That’s almost as many as those destroyed during the whole of 2021. In the past few weeks, bins in…

7 months ago | Environment and community safety
Bins and rubbish in Grant Thorold Park

Join the innovative smart cycling revolution

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, EQUANS, is inviting local cyclists to take part in an innovative smart cycling project that connects hundreds of cyclists and their trips across North East Lincolnshire. The project was previously launched back in 2019. Unfortunately this was paused shortly after due to COVID-19, but the project is…

7 months ago | General

Application for a new premises licence – Nisa

LICENSING ACT 2003 APPLICATION FOR A NEW PREMISES LICENCE NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that an application for a New Premises Licence under the above-mentioned legislation has been made by: Metro C21 Stores Limited to North East Lincolnshire Council in respect of premises (formerly*) known as: Nisa which are situated at: 29-31 Grimsby Road, Cleethorpes, DN35…

7 months ago | Licensing

Peaks Parkway junction – overnight closure reminder

Overnight closures are in place on a stretch of Grimsby’s Peaks Parkway this week, from Monday 20 June. Contractors working for North East Lincolnshire Council (NELC) are building a new vehicle entrance to the Doughty Road depot opposite the B&Q junction. NELC and its regeneration partner EQUANS are refurbishing the depot as a base for…

7 months ago | General
Work in progress at the new depot junction.

Road closed due to Eleanor Street fire

OFFICIAL traffic management is being set up to divert vehicles away from Eleanor Street, following this weekend’s fire within the old art college. The blaze has caused further damage to the structure and officials want to ensure there is no risk of parts of the building falling. Specialist engineers will determine this and until they…

7 months ago | General