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A new vision for culture and heritage in North East Lincolnshire

North East Lincolnshire Council has appointed specialist organisation, Beam, to drive forward the work to create the new strategy needed to underpin the resurgence in creative work in the area. Following the announcement of North East Lincolnshire as a Priority Place for Arts Council England yesterday, the Cultural Strategy, which was agreed the council in…

3 years ago | General

Investing in our play areas – have your say

North East Lincolnshire Council wants your views on how it spends £800,000 refurbishing and upgrading its play parks during the next three years. The investment is for children’s play equipment and the Council wants to know which parks people are using and where it should focus its efforts. Funding was approved at full council on…

3 years ago | General
Haverstoe Park play area in Cleethorpes

A weekend of fun and gags at the Fishing Heritage Centre

Puppet fish, fishy jokes and brass band music will be the order of the day at the Fishing Heritage Centre this weekend to help promote Heritage Open Days in the town. Lifeboat is a nautical seaside walkabout. Shipwrecked Captain and Boatswain’s mate have been adrift since 1786 and are more than a little confused! Batten…

3 years ago | General
The front of the building of Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre

Book your place at Lincolnshire Climate Summit

On October 13, Lincolnshire County Council will hold the first ever Lincolnshire Climate Summit during the run up to the 2021 United Nations Climate Change Conference (COP26) in Glasgow. The summit will have a fantastic line up of inspirational speakers and exhibition stands to shine a light on some of the solutions that will help…

3 years ago | General
Lincolnshire Climate Summit 2021 logo.

Put your welfare first with free health and wellbeing service

Head down to Freeman Street Market this Friday for a free chat about your health and wellbeing. The LiveWell service is launching its wellbeing hub this Friday 17 September between 9.30am and 3.30pm, and then every Friday following the event, between 9am and 3.30pm. If you live in North East Lincolnshire, are over 18 and…

3 years ago | General

Creative competition winner’s lyrics turned into song by local artist

One of the winning entries to a local creative competition has been turned into a powerful new song by musician Amy Naylor. The lyrics to Don’t you worry about a thing my friend, written by 19-year-old Kerry Crouch, were one of the winning entries to the Youth Action Creative Connections competition held earlier this year….

3 years ago | General

Power up your daily commute with Wheels to Work

Local charity Humber and Wolds Rural Action (HWRA) is offering North East Lincolnshire residents who have difficulty commuting the chance to sign up to the Wheels to Work scheme. The scheme aims to help more people get access to work, education and training, by offering eligible applicants a 49cc or 110cc scooter or electric bike….

3 years ago | General

Time-sensitive preliminary survey work planned for Local Plan site

NORTH East Lincolnshire Council has announced that work will be taking place on a number of time-sensitive preliminary surveys on a site earmarked in the local plan for a housing and link road development. The essential survey works are needed for fact finding and preparation only at this stage. Assurance has been given that this…

3 years ago | General