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Freshney Place and NELC urge shoppers to be COVID-responsible

North East Lincolnshire Council (NELC), and Freshney Place Shopping Centre have teamed up to increase awareness of Covid-19 prevention measures, such as the wearing of face coverings in shopping environments as the Autumn season approaches. It’s great news that the public are once again allowed to get out and about again and do some of…

3 years ago | COVID-19

Trial of fixed bus route coming to an end

A fixed Phone ‘n’ Ride route running between Habrough and Immingham Town every Monday and Wednesday is coming to the end of the trial period and is up for review. The introduction of the trial service follows discussions earlier in the year with the local parish councils to provide residents in Habrough and Immingham Town…

3 years ago | General

Gear 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. A scooter can be loaned for…

3 years ago | General

Rogue trader warning

North East Lincolnshire Council’s Trading Standards team are asking people to report doorstep callers offering to carry out work on homes, gardens and business premises. Suspected rogue traders have been seen in the area and are thought to be offering work related to tree pruning and other garden works. Reports from nearby areas relate to…

3 years ago | General

Trial to allow access for bin lorries on collection days to start

Vehicles will be prohibited from parking in an area of Cleethorpes from Thursday 10 September to allow bin lorries to access the street on collection days. An Experimental Traffic Regulation Order (ETRO) has come into effect to introduce no waiting or loading restrictions on and opposite the junction of Edward Street and William Street to…

3 years ago | General

Nearly halfway there with new recycling bins roll out

Almost half of homes in North East Lincolnshire are now using new wheelie bins as part of an overhaul of the area’s recycling collections. A specialist distribution company started delivering recycling bins on 28 July. They are seven weeks into their 15-week roll out. About 30,000 households now have a pair of new recycling bins….

3 years ago | General

Don’t miss your appointment with Dr Bike

Free bike service workshops are nearly over for another year, and time is running out to book your check up with Dr Bike. The popular sessions run from May to September each year and offer cyclists a free service and minor repairs, including punctures and adjustments. The events are organised by the Cycle Hub team,…

3 years ago | General

Social distancing concrete barriers to be removed from Cleethorpes

In the next few weeks the concrete barriers that have been present across key areas of Cleethorpes are to be removed. The barriers were installed as lockdown was lifted in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic to help people maintain social distance. But given the low infection rate in the area, and the time of…

3 years ago | COVID-19