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A180 works progress update and notice of night closures

Gilbey Road Bridge The work to Gilbey Road Bridge has almost been completed now, with the carriageways due to be opened up to both lanes from this weekend. There is a final stretch of work to be completed, which includes resurfacing, replacing the expansion joints, fixing drainage gullies and installing the road markings. This work…

5 days ago | Bridges
A180 bridges map

Council act fast to clean up graffiti following ASB incidents in Grimsby town centre

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Street Cleansing operatives have acted fast to remove graffiti from parts of Grimsby town centre following a spate of vandalism and anti-social behaviour. Crews discovered a number of crude images graffitied across planters, shop fronts and pavements in red spray paint throughout the town centre at around 6am on Thursday, 16…

5 days ago | Enforcement

More chances for you to see the new plans for Cleethorpes

Hundreds of people came to the first drop in event yesterday (Weds 15 May) in Cleethorpes where revised plans were on show outlining the next stage of development of two key areas in the town. Residents, businesses and visitors are being urged to have their say on the planned multi-million-pound schemes, and further drop in…

6 days ago | General

Babies galore at North East Lincolnshire Family Hubs!

MORE than 100 new-born babies have been registered at Grimsby Family Hubs since the service begun. The service was announced by the Council in February after the authority received Government funding to support family hubs across the borough, allowing more residents to access services near them. Before the introduction of birth registrations at four local…

6 days ago | Births, marriages and deaths
A photo of new parent, Ben, and his partner with baby Harriet

Borough gets new Mayor

Councillor Steve Beasant has been elected Mayor of the Borough of North East Lincolnshire, following a Mayor Making Ceremony at Grimsby Town Hall. The Mayor Making Ceremony takes place each year in May, and sees all 42 Councillors elect a Mayor to chair Council meetings for the forthcoming Municipal year. The role of Mayor in…

6 days ago | General
New Mayor, Cllr Steve Beasant, pictured on the left next to Deputy Mayor, Cllr Janet Goodwin.

Temporary closure of Abbey Walk Car Park

ABBEY Walk multi-storey car park in Grimsby Town Centre will be temporarily closed from this evening (Wednesday 15 May) as a precautionary measure, following the findings of a pre-planned structural survey. As soon as the last vehicle leaves the car park, the three-storey 427-space facility will be closed. This is to ensure safety and to…

7 days ago | General
Abbey Walk Car Park, Grimsby

Habrough friends travel in style with Phone N Ride

A group of friends from Habrough Village and Immingham are able to get together to enjoy local amenities thanks to Phone n Ride’s group booking service. The party of eight meet every couple of months using the local on-demand travel service. Following the pandemic, the group  vowed to meet more regularly and get out, the…

1 week ago | Roads, parking and transport

Leading culture programme explores future

From 24 – 31 May, the ‘Our Future Starts Here’ programme will explore issues of our time through innovative arts and culture, also highlighting the global-leading industries based in North East Lincolnshire. Grimsby-based arts organisation The Culture House is set and ready to present the next edition of its arts and culture programme – Our…

1 week ago | Culture, events and tourism

Bin wagons get makeover for foster carer celebrations

REFUSE vehicles in North East Lincolnshire are sporting a new livery from this week. Residents in North East Lincolnshire will be able to spot the vehicles, which are used to collect around 3,000 tonnes of household waste each month, driving around North East Lincolnshire this week. The new design is aimed at encouraging more residents…

1 week ago | Children and families
A photo of the bin wagon side