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Armed Forces Day, June 2021 – an update

In light of significant rise of cases of COVID locally, public health officials have had to request that the event is cancelled to try and ensure the current spread is not exacerbated by holding large scale events until the current rise starts to fall. North East Lincolnshire currently has more cases of COVID per hundred…

3 years ago | General

Haul of illicit tobacco and cigarettes discovered at shops in Grimsby

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Trading Standards team, accompanied by Humberside Police, have uncovered a haul of illicit tobacco and cigarettes during an operation in Grimsby. Three shops in Freeman Street were inspected on the afternoon of Thursday 17 June. Illegal products were seized from all three locations and an estimated 30,000 cigarettes and several kilos…

3 years ago | General

Grimsby Western Strategic Link Road takes a step forward

North East Lincolnshire’s Cabinet have approved the next stage of plans to unlock the next stage of the Grimsby West Strategic Link Road – a key project in the council’s ambition to improve sustainable transport options, and reduce congestion, journey times and vehicle emissions across the borough. Later this month, the Council will apply to…

3 years ago | General

Town centre plans approved by Cabinet

Two major projects for Grimsby town centre will take a major step forward following this week’s Cabinet meeting. Between the Future High Streets’ Fund and the Towns Fund, the Council has secured nearly £40million to be spent in Grimsby town centre in the next few years. Cllr Philip Jackson, Leader of North East Lincolnshire Council,…

3 years ago | General

Have your say on air quality in North East Lincolnshire

North East Lincolnshire Council wants to hear your views on air quality in the borough. The Air Quality Strategy consultation has been launched ahead of a new strategy for tackling pollution. The results of the survey will inform the Council’s approach to air quality over the next few years. Many Council services are affected by…

3 years ago | General

Planning continues for Corporation Road Bridge refurbishment

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are preparing for further investigative works from Monday 28 June for one week. Engineers and specialist contractors will be inspecting the control tower and the bridge deck to further understand the level of work required and the current condition of the structure as detailed design planning…

3 years ago | General

Seven charities to benefit from 2021’s Ørsted Great Grimsby 10K

Charities will yet again benefit from this year’s Ørsted Great Grimsby 10K. The much-loved event is more than a road race. It brings the community together to raise thousands of pounds for charity and provides a wealth of volunteering opportunities. In 2019, the race helped raise £18,500 directly for seven charities from race entries, fundraiser…

3 years ago | General
Grimsby 10k runner

New ways to access the bus pass service starts next week

Residents who need a new or replacement bus pass can now pick them up from Age UK in Grimsby or by using a new online platform from Monday 21 June. Bus passes will no longer be issued from Centre4 or Grimsby Library from Friday 18 June. Age UK Cleethorpes will be continuing with the existing…

3 years ago | General

First details released for Armed Forces weekend

North East Lincolnshire’s Armed Forces weekend will have a number of stunning displays and activities over the weekend, despite organisers having to scale back the event, for this year only, from previous years. Alex Baxter, Armed Forces Champion, said, “Over the years, AFMET has grown our hugely successful Armed Forces Weekend to be the largest…

3 years ago | General