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May 2022

Cracking weekend planned to celebrate our Armed Forces

North East Lincolnshire’s Armed Forces weekend will be coming back with a bang this summer. Alex Baxter, Armed Forces Champion, said, “Over the years, AFMET has grown our hugely successful Armed Forces Weekend to be the largest free event along the whole of the east coast. “We’re renowned for putting on a great show in…

8 months ago | General
Blighty Bear, the Armed Forces North East Lincolnshire mascot

Four ‘bring to’ recycling banks being removed this week

North East Lincolnshire Council is reminding people that it is removing some of its remaining ‘bring to’ recycling banks this week.  As announced last August, the following four sites are being removed as part of a review of the sites and their usage: Cromwell Road Fisherman’s Wharf Willows Shops Sutcliff Avenue Signs were put up…

9 months ago | Bins, waste and recycling

Lockswap scheme is back for one last time in 2022

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, EQUANS, are pleased to announce that the Lockswap scheme is back again until the end of June. More than 120 people got involved in the March scheme with each person going home with a brand-new Kryptonite Sold Secure Gold Standard U-lock with 4’ cable for just £10…

9 months ago | General
A bike path sign on the ground

Application for a variation of a premises licence – Laceby Manor

LICENSING ACT 2003 APPLICATION FOR A 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: Laceby Manor Resort Limited to North East Lincolnshire Council in respect of premises known as: Laceby Manor Golf Club which are situated…

9 months ago | Licensing

Spot checks find reduced number of issues with local taxis

A series of roadside spot-checks of local taxi vehicles were carried out last week by officers from the Council’s licensing team. The team are responsible for issuing licenses to new and continuing taxi drivers, and carry out extensive checks on the vehicles to ensure that they are roadworthy and meet the required standards. Throughout the…

9 months ago | Licensing

Our future starts here

Our Future Starts Here – Grimsby explores important issues of our time with a bold programme of cultural events to inspire, educate and surprise Presented in association with Ørsted and including impressive outdoor performances and installations from leading UK artists, thought-provoking talks about how we can all live more sustainably, and hands-on workshops to inspire…

9 months ago | General
Chorus, by Ray Lee. People looking up at the sky

Council leader reveals plans for his new Cabinet

A RESHAPED Cabinet for North East Lincolnshire Council has been announced today, ahead of its official confirmation at an Annual General Meeting later this month. The Cabinet responsibilities for the following year are set to be: Cllr Philip Jackson: Leader and Portfolio Holder for Economy, Net Zero, Skills and Housing – with responsibility for economic…

9 months ago | General

Coastal businesses to benefit from green tourism programme

Tourism businesses along the coast of Greater Lincolnshire are being invited to take part in a new programme to help them take advantage of being more environmentally sustainable. Considerate Group have been commissioned by the county council and Greater Lincolnshire LEP to deliver a Green Tourism Ambassador Training Program – working with a selection of…

9 months ago | Business and investment
Stainless steel recycling sculpture on Cleethorpes North Prom

Growing up in a Coastal Community!

Youth Research with University College London – Recruiting Participants We would like to share with you an exciting opportunity for local people to share their memories and experiences through a project designed and developed by local young people in partnership with University College London with a theme of growing up in a coastal community. To…

9 months ago | Your voice
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