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November 2022

Both lanes on Eleanor Street now re-open and operating as normal

Both lanes on Ellis Way and Eleanor Street have now re-opened. Traffic management has been in place since a fire broke out at the old Grimsby art college in June. The closure of one lane on Ellis Way was introduced as a safety precaution following the incident. The left lane on Ellis Way will now…

1 year ago | General

Stay safe and smart with your taxi this Christmas

As we head into the festive season, licensing officers at North East Lincolnshire Council are advising people to be careful when heading out. Many people are preparing to enjoy a tipple or two through December and the New Year and may find themselves needing a taxi. Advice has been issued for using taxis and private…

1 year ago | General
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Former Weelsby depot site due to be demolished

North East Lincolnshire Council has received a £50,000 grant from Government’s Brownfield Land Release Fund (BLRF) to deliver initial works on a disused site in Grimsby. The site, on the former Weelsby depot site, off Weelsby Avenue near the crematorium, will be subject to initial groundwork to help prepare it for future development. Work on…

1 year ago | General
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Provider sought for two new primary schools

An opportunity has arisen in North East Lincolnshire for a provider to run two new primary schools. To view the specifications for each school, click the links below: Specification for New Primary Free School in Waltham Specification for New Primary Free School Scartho Top Free school presumption Annex B – Model application form for proposers…

1 year ago | Schools and education

Mayor’s charity Christmas coffee morning and craft fayre

North East Lincolnshire’s Mayor is inviting everyone to a Christmas coffee morning and craft fayre at Grimsby Town Hall. Mayor of North East Lincolnshire, Cllr Stephen Beasant, is hosting the event on Friday 9 December from 10am to 3pm. As well as the local makers exhibiting at the craft fayre, members of the twinning association…

1 year ago | General
Mayor of North East Lincolnshire Stephen Beasant

Christmas tree lighting events in Cleethorpes this week

This year, Cleethorpes will be illuminating its Christmas tree on St Peter’s Avenue on Friday 2 December. The Christmas tree has been sponsored by Parkway Cinema and characters from their forthcoming Panto, Pinocchio, will be attending for you to meet plus music and entertainment. Alongside the event, an evening Christmas Makers Market will take place at St Peter’s church…

1 year ago | General
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Grants awarded to local creatives to develop new ideas

A total of more than £61,000 has been awarded to 13 local creative individuals and organisations to help them test and develop ambitious and innovative ideas which can then be upscaled in the future. The “Creative Ambition Pilot” grants have been made available as part of the Grimsby Creates programme, with up to 100% funding…

1 year ago | General
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Application for a new premises licence – 2-4 St Peters Avenue, Cleethorpes

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: Dadas 25 Limited to North East Lincolnshire Council in respect of premises (formerly*) known as: 2 – 4 St Peters Avenue, Cleethorpes, DN35 8HE which are…

1 year ago | Licensing

Don’t forget – bin days change at Christmas and New Year

North East Lincolnshire Council is reminding households that their waste and recycling collection dates change during the Christmas and New Year holiday. Visit to check your collection date and look out for the Christmas collections leaflet arriving in your letterbox this week. Some households will have their bins or boxes emptied on a different…

1 year ago | Bins, waste and recycling
Letters piled on a doormat with a recycling leaflet on top and text reminding people that bins days change during the Christmas holiday.