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Application for a new premises licence – Mission Classified

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: Richard Dean & Robert Bishop to North East Lincolnshire Council in respect of premises (formerly*) known as: Mission Classified which are situated at: 113-115 Cleethorpe Road,…

1 week ago | Premises licence adverts

Foster carers celebrated at Foster Carer Fortnight

With Foster Carer Fortnight starting this week, North East Lincolnshire Council is celebrating the stories behind it’s foster carers. To mark the national milestone, the Council has planned activities throughout the two-week period, including a coffee morning for foster carers, recruitment drop-in sessions across the borough, and a Facebook Q&A session for those interested in…

1 week ago | Children and families
The logo for the fostering service

Reminder to paddleboarders to avoid saltmarsh to protect our birds

North East Lincolnshire Council and Humberside Police are reminding water sports enthusiasts that paddleboarding within or close to the saltmarsh in Cleethorpes where rare birds are nesting or roosting is restricted due to UK Conservation Law. Despite regular messages about the importance of not disturbing the wildlife that relies heavily on the saltmarsh, paddleboarders have…

1 week ago | General

Stallingborough: sign installation and lining works on Keelby Road this week

Sign installation and lining works on Keelby Road, Stallingborough to support the implementation of a new 50mph speed limit. Routine sign installation and lining works are due to be carried out this week to support the implementation of a new 50mph speed limit on a section of Keelby Road, Stallingborough. A full road closure is…

1 week ago | General

First national fishermen’s memorial day held in Grimsby

The first national memorial service for fisherman has been held in Grimsby. Held at the Lost Fisherman’s Memorial in St James’ Square, Grimsby, families of those lost at sea were joined by a number of people laying wreaths in memory. The event, organised by charity the Fisherman’s Mission, saw large crowds gather in the square…

1 week ago | Culture, events and tourism

Taskforce launched to tackle Anti-Social Behaviour in Grimsby town centre continues success with arrests and fines issued

Three people were arrested; five fixed penalty notices issued and 40 drivers spoken to about driving regulations in the town centre as part of the second day of action for Op Mastery. The new taskforce saw Humberside Police officers join forces with North East Lincolnshire Council’s Antisocial Behaviour (ASB) team, the Environmental Enforcement Waste Investigations…

1 week ago | Enforcement

Day in the Life of Environmental Sustainability: trees, trees and more trees, or is it?

By definition, Environmental Sustainabilityis about maintaining balance and conserving natural resources, but at North East Lincolnshire Council it’s far more. From applying for grants to getting down and dirty planting trees, there is more to it than meets the eye. This planting season, which runs throughout late February and March, 416 trees will be placed…

2 weeks ago | Environment and community safety