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Council budget set

Plans to help businesses, improve the environment, crack down on anti-social behaviour and continue to support local communities were approved by councillors in North East Lincolnshire last night (Thurs 18th February). Among the proposals announced at a virtual meeting of the full council were plans to invest in the 53 play parks across the borough,…

3 years ago | General

Beachgoers warned of danger to seals

People are being urged not to disturb wildlife after a seal was found on Cleethorpes Beach. Visitors to Cleethorpes beach reported a young seal earlier this week, but the public are being urged to stay away from the animals to avoid causing distress. The animal was prevented from resting because of constant disturbance and stress…

3 years ago | General

Sports Traider kicks off funding blitz for grassroots teams

Freshney Place charity shop, Sports Traider, is offering financial support to help local clubs and community groups. North East Lincolnshire Community Safety Partnership is supporting Sports Traider to provide funding to grassroots clubs across the borough. Payments of up to £1,000 are available for new and existing grassroots clubs, to provide clothing and equipment so…

3 years ago | General

Revised plans for Grimsby town centre at Cabinet next week

A FRESH home for Grimsby’s Top Town Market, with a new cinema and leisure offer nearby, remains the priority of a multi-million-pound plan to reinvent the town centre. A report and accompanying presentation going to North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet meeting on Wednesday, (February 17), details how an offer of £17.3m of Government funding is…

3 years ago | General

Creative organisations sought to deliver ambitious programme

How would you like to be a part of delivering a brand new creative programme in Grimsby for 2021 and beyond? Grimsby Creates will fund up to four major creative activity projects which will take place in Grimsby over the next two years.   The four funded projects could include one-off events, or a series…

3 years ago | General
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B1444 Little Coates/Cambridge Road resurfacing works

The new improved roundabout constructed at the B1444 Little Coates/Cambridge Road junction was completed and opened in December last year. The main project was finished ahead of Christmas but some final finishing works are due to be completed by the end of March. This includes resurfacing works around the new B1444 Little Coates/Cambridge Road roundabout…

3 years ago | General

All dressed up and nowhere to grow this Valentine’s Day?

Why not try having your own allotment in 2021? You can grow your own fresh fruit and vegetables while getting your daily exercise at one of North East Lincolnshire Council’s allotment sites. People across the country have found their new lockdown love for allotments during the pandemic using their time outdoors as a safe way…

3 years ago | General

Thank you to property owners making improvements along A180

North East Lincolnshire Council is thanking property and business owners for smartening up their buildings along one of the main roads through the borough. Property owners are acting on calls to fix up buildings as part of Operation Gateway, a project launched in August to improve the street scene on the A180 Cleethorpe Road and…

3 years ago | General
Before and after shots of improved buildings in Cleethorpe Road, Grimsby

Still time to have your say on the future of our borough – and scoop up top prizes

A multi-agency survey giving people in North East Lincolnshire a chance to have their say on the future of the borough will soon be closing. North East Lincolnshire Council, Humberside Police, NHS North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group, Humberside Fire and Rescue, Lincolnshire Housing Partnership, Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner and Healthwatch NEL have come…

3 years ago | General

Programme of topographical surveys to start later this month

North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be carrying out a programme of topographical surveys across the borough. The surveys will assist engineers in the ongoing planning and design of future maintenance and improvement schemes. Surveying will take place at the following locations:  Wintringham Road, between Willingham Street and Hainton Avenue, on…

3 years ago | General