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Cleethorpes road works: Thursday 16 July and Friday 17 July

Knoll Street will become one way for traffic again between Alexandra Road and New Street for the next two days to allow for kerbing work to be finished as part of the long-term improvements to Cleethorpes, ahead of the road being resurfaced next week. Traffic will be able to enter Knoll Street from Alexandra Road,…

2 years ago | General

COVID-19: Crematorium update

North East Lincolnshire Council is issuing a reminder about changes to restrictions at the Crematorium. The main office is now open to the public from Monday to Friday, but only one family or person is allowed in at any one time. The crematorium building is now open for visitors to view the books of remembrance,…

2 years ago | General

Cleethorpes regeneration programme: Alexandra Road resurfacing

THE final stages of work to reshape the highways and pathways along Cleethorpes’ Alexandra Road takes place later this month with an overnight road closure for complete resurfacing. With just some re-paving left to do under the balconies on the retail side of the road, left until the future of the Victorian structures is decided,…

2 years ago | General

Future High Streets Fund bid approved for submission

Councillors have today (15 July) approved the submission of a major bid to Government for £25m of funding to help regenerate Grimsby town centre. As previously reported, the proposals have been worked up jointly by the Council and the owners of Freshney Place, supported by a range of specialists with experience of the retail and…

2 years ago | General

Have your view on Grimsby’s future

GRIMSBY Town Centre is being offered another multi-million-pound opportunity to re-invent itself – but to have a chance of success it needs you! Central Government monies totalling £25m have been ‘ring-fenced’ for projects in Grimsby’s central area as the next stage of the ‘Town Deal’ gathers pace. As reported, Grimsby is one of 101 urban…

2 years ago | General

Keep an eye out for local drawings on new council bin lorries

Drawings from local children highlighting the importance of recycling and looking after the environment are now up on the council’s new bin lorries. North East Lincolnshire Council is pleased to announce the wonderful drawings are on full view for the people of North East Lincolnshire to enjoy. More than 200 people entered the bin lorry…

2 years ago | General

More than 100 fines given in battle against littering since patrols restarted

Enforcement officers fined more than 100 people for littering, cycling and dog control offences in just two weeks since patrols restarted after the lockdown. Patrols stopped when the lockdown started in March but resumed on 16 June as more premises reopened. In recent weeks, people have noticed an increase in littering being left across the…

2 years ago | General

Children’s drawings to be put up at new care facility

North East Lincolnshire Council has today (Tuesday 14 July) handed over 56 drawings from local children to Care Plus Group to put up inside a new care facility. Back when lockdown began, the council asked children from across the borough to come together to decorate Cambridge Park Care Home. The home, which was purchased by…

2 years ago | General

New recruits for beach safety to support Cleethorpes resort amid COVID-19

The beach safety team in Cleethorpes has welcomed four new recruits in a bid to keep the resort as safe as possible during the COVID-19 pandemic. A key part of the COVID-19 Outbreak Control Plan produced by North East Lincolnshire Council and Public Health refers to the prevention of local outbreaks in high-risk places, locations…

2 years ago | General