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Volunteers sought to become School Appeals Panel Members

ENQUIRING minds are being sought to help decide on school admission appeals in North East Lincolnshire. When a child misses out on a place at their preferred school, or they want to change school but their application is refused, their parents or carers have a right to appeal the decision. The panel hears a case…

1 month ago | Children and families

Polling station review – have your say

North East Lincolnshire Council is reviewing its polling stations and is asking people to come forward with their views. The main purpose of the review is to make sure that all voters in the borough have reasonable facilities for voting and polling places are accessible to all electors. People are invited to give their views…

2 months ago | Council information and partnerships
Polling station entrance at Old Clee Church Hall

Providers invited to learn more about short breaks and respite care

Providers are invited to attend a market engagement event either in person or on online on Monday September 11 at 1pm to learn more about providing short breaks/respite for children and young people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND). Short breaks allow children and young people with SEND to enjoy activities, try new experiences,…

3 months ago | Children and families
A photo of a young child enjoying a game

Award Ceremony Celebrates Special Educational Needs and Disabilities

Grimsby’s very own ‘hero’ teacher Zane Powels MBE made a flying visit back to his hometown to say well done to some of our borough’s most deserving and determined young people. Zane earned international recognition for his heroic efforts delivering school meals to children in North East Lincolnshire during the COVID lockdowns in 2020. At…

5 months ago | Children and families
A photo of the Mayor making a speech at the SEND Awards event.

Volunteers rack up the hours in North East Lincolnshire

YOUNG people in North East Lincolnshire have been praised for putting an impressive amount of hours into volunteering for worthy causes. Local participants of the Duke of Edinburgh’s Award Scheme amassed a whopping 1,287 hours of volunteering between 1 April 2022 and 31 March 2023, benefitting good causes across the region. The Award, which was…

5 months ago | Children and families
The Duke of Edinburgh's Award Logo

Mayor raises flag to celebrate 75 years of the NHS

A flag has been hoisted high above Grimsby Town Hall to mark the 75th birthday of the National Health Service in Britain. The short flag-raising ceremony, which took place on Wednesday morning, was observed by local dignitaries and NHS workers and led by the Worshipful The Mayor of the Borough of North East Lincolnshire, Councillor…

5 months ago | Council information and partnerships
A photo of the Mayor and dignitaries at the Town Hall

Authority reaffirms commitment to Armed Forces community

NORTH East Lincolnshire Council has reaffirmed it’s unwavering commitment to supporting members of the Armed Forces Community working in it’s ranks. Earlier this month, the Leader of the Council, Councillor Philip Jackson, and Chief Executive Officer, Rob Walsh, re-signed the Armed Forces Covenant after the authority was awarded the Gold Defence Employer Recognition Award by…

6 months ago | Council information and partnerships
Dignitaries, Council staff, Reservists and Cadet Forces Adult Volunteers attend the signing of the Armed Forces Covenant