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East Marsh residents to get free home security gadgets

East Marsh residents are to be offered free security upgrades to help protect properties from criminals. The project is being funded by the Home Office and managed by North East Lincolnshire Council and the Office of the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner. Residents in some areas of East Marsh Ward will be visited by Empower…

3 weeks ago | Children and families
The Safer Streets 4 Project Group

New CCTV tackles illegal stopping and parking near school

Just days after first being installed, new CCTV cameras outside Signhills School in Cleethorpes have shown early success in tackling illegal parking. Parking near school gates has been a problem for a number of schools in North East Lincolnshire, so when North East Lincolnshire Council announced earlier this year that they would be installing CCTV…

2 months ago | Children and families

The nation pauses to reflect

Services of Remembrance are happening across North East Lincolnshire this weekend to give people the chance to come together to remember Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth II. The services in our main towns are: St Andrews, Immingham at 10am Peter’s Cleethorpes 3pm Civic Service at Grimsby Minster at 6pm. Additionally, there will be two opportunities for…

2 months ago | Council information and partnerships
A banner featuring photos of HM the Queen

“Families getting better deal” says children’s services head

A rise in compliments and positive feedback submitted to North East Lincolnshire Council’s children’s services show that families are receiving better services and support, according to a leading Councillor. Councillor Margaret Cracknell, portfolio holder for children, families and education, made the comments at a cabinet meeting on Wednesday. The service, which supports vulnerable children and…

3 months ago | Children and families
Children's Social Care logo

CCTV network upgrades underway across North East Lincolnshire

North East Lincolnshire Council, and its regeneration partners EQUANS, have started a £2.2m project to update the CCTV infrastructure across the borough. The large-scale upgrade, which was agreed by the Council’s Cabinet last year, will introduce a single digital transition network, enabling public space CCTV as well as the monitoring of rapid deployment cameras for…

4 months ago | Council information and partnerships
Artists impression of new CCTV Control Room

Social Work by the sea: Nurturing new social workers in a seaside town

Do you crave long walks on golden beaches and a beautiful sea view, relaxing on the sand to the sound of the waves? Look no further! North East Lincolnshire Council’s children’s services are seeking to recruit a practice improvement practitioner to nurture their newest social workers, based in the picturesque Victorian seaside resort of Cleethorpes….

5 months ago | Children and families
A photo of Cleethorpes credited to Jacob White