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Council information and partnerships

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….

2 months ago | Children and families
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Tell us which crimes are a priority to you

Local people are being invited to take part in an annual consultation to tell the authorities in our area about their experiences of crime.   The consultation, which is held each year, is part of the Joint Strategic Intelligence Assessment (JSIA), and helps the Community Safety Partnership to get a clearer picture of where to…

5 months ago | Council information and partnerships

Work starts on Cleethorpes cemetery extension

Construction works have started on a field in Cleethorpes as part of plans to extend Cleethorpes cemetery. The cemetery, which first opened in 1877, is to be extended into a neighbouring field to increase the space at the site for future burials. The works will include the construction of a new paved road and drainage…

7 months ago | Council information and partnerships

£15k boost for bereavement support charity

UK bereavement support charity, Cruse Bereavement support, with the local Grimsby, Cleethorpes & Louth branch benefiting from a £15,000 donation from Grimsby Crematorium. Cruse offer nationwide support to those experiencing grief after the loss of a loved one. The charity answers some 30,000 calls to their helpline each year and this year alone some 24,000…

8 months ago | Council information and partnerships
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Do you think you could benefit a young person’s life?

We’re looking for volunteers to help our Youth Offending Service. The role will involve representing your community at referral order panel meetings. To volunteer, you need to be over 18 and confident in communicating with young people. You should also want to make a positive difference to the community. The role will see you being…

8 months ago | Children and families