Skip to main content

September 2022

Temporary Prohibition of Traffic (22-085) – Kiln Lane Level Crossing – Kiln Lane, Stallingborough – 21 September 2022

THE NORTH EAST LINCOLNSHIRE BOROUGH COUNCIL ROAD TRAFFIC REGULATION ACT 1984 – SECTION 14(1)(a) KILN LANE LEVEL CROSSING – KILN LANE, STALLINGBOROUGH (TEMPORARY PROHIBITION OF TRAFFIC – TTRO 22-085) ORDER 2022 NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the North East Lincolnshire Borough Council intends to make, not less than seven days from the date of this…

2 years ago | Public Notice

We want to hear YOUR voice: the National Youth Advocacy Service Consultation

Are you a care-experienced young person or care leaver? Then, we need your help. National charity, Coram Voice, have launched a consultation alongside the National Youth Advocacy Service (NYAS) to hear from care experienced children and young people on some of the recommendations around advocacy, Independent Visitors (or more commonly known as Buddies) and care…

2 years ago | Your voice

Seeking events managers

The annual Christmas celebrations will begin in Grimsby town centre on Friday 25 November, with a Festive Market, family entertainment and delicious food and drink to enjoy. The council is looking for experienced event support to co-ordinate, manage and deliver this event. The event support will need to coordinate activity through the town, working with…

2 years ago | General

New CCTV tackles illegal stopping and parking near school

Just days after first being installed, new CCTV cameras outside Signhills School in Cleethorpes have shown early success in tackling illegal parking. Parking near school gates has been a problem for a number of schools in North East Lincolnshire, so when North East Lincolnshire Council announced earlier this year that they would be installing CCTV…

2 years ago | Children and families

Social Worker class of 2022 hit the ground running

A group of students are set to hit the ground running as they start work in North East Lincolnshire Council’s children’s services as fully qualified social workers. The 14 students, made up of 9 apprentices and 5 university students, have completed their studies and will be joining the Council’s growing number of children & family…

2 years ago | Children and families
A photo of some newly qualified social workers

Don’t let your bonfire plans go up in smoke – notify us now

If you are planning to host a public bonfire in North East Lincolnshire this year, you’ll need to notify the Council, or your plans could end up putting others at risk. North East Lincolnshire Council is reminding event organisers that the authorities need to be notified of public events for safety reasons. Public events are…

2 years ago | General