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Wall maintenance on key Grimsby routes

Sections of wall on key Grimsby routes will be cleaned and vegetation removed on Thursday 20 August. Work will take place on Ellis Way, between Queens Street and Holles Street, and under Pasture Street Railway Bridge on Peaks Parkway, taking one night to complete, between 7pm and 6am. This will involve clearing invasive plants on…

1 year ago | General

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre to re-open its doors to the public

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre is preparing to re-open its doors to the public once again after closing in March due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Museums were allowed to open from 4 July, but the decision was made to keep the centre closed until measures could be put in place to make the museum a safe…

1 year ago | General

COVID-19: Final call for local businesses to access Government cash

The final call is going out for local eligible businesses to access Government cash set aside to help the retail, leisure, hospitality and small business sectors, before the scheme closes at the end of the month. More than £30million in government grants has been paid out to more than 2600 small businesses in North East…

1 year ago | General

Temporary changes to council car parks in Orwell Street, Grimsby

From Monday 10 August, North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, will be introducing temporary one-hour free parking at their Orwell Street car parks. The changes being introduced will be in place until Wednesday 30 September, at the request of Oasis Health Club wanting to host family activities in their private car park,…

1 year ago | General

Business support organisation sought for Grimsby’s creative sector

A unique opportunity has arisen for business support organisations to help develop Grimsby’s creative sector. The Grimsby Creates programme, using the Cultural Development Fund money, and led by North East Lincolnshire Council, is due to be launched soon. In the meantime, the programme is looking for an organisation, partnership or consortium, ideally with previous experience…

1 year ago | General

Improve your health this National Allotments Week

Ever fancied having your own allotment, growing your very own fresh, home-grown produce and improving your health and wellbeing? Well, now is your chance! North East Lincolnshire Council has plots available, and what better time to start as we approach National Allotments Week? The council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are supporting the National Allotment…

1 year ago | General

Flood risk reduction works to St. Nicholas Drive, Grimsby

Works to construct a new highway drainage system and reduce flood risk on a section of St. Nicholas Drive, Grimsby, will be starting on Monday 10 August. The works, taking place between 171 and 195a St. Nicholas Drive, follow investigative works and surveys to find a solution to reduce the flood risk in the area…

1 year ago | General

South Humber Bank Major Maintenance update: overnight resurfacing from 12 Aug

The final phase of the South Humber Bank major Maintenance Scheme is progressing on Gilbey Road, between the Network Rail level crossing and Pyewipe roundabout. Due to snagging works identified on earlier phases of the scheme, the carriageway resurfacing works have been rescheduled. Carriageway resurfacing works will start on Wednesday 12 August and take three…

1 year ago | General

Almost 8,000 bins delivered last week

Almost 4,000 homes received a pair of new recycling bins last week in the first part of a mass roll out across North East Lincolnshire. Homes in parts of Scartho Top, Old Clee, Haverstoe, Yarborough, Park ward, Stallingborough and Healing are among the 5,136 properties due to receive bins this week. People can check their…

1 year ago | General

Meridian Showground reopening to the public as part of COVID-19 recovery

From Wednesday this week, Meridian Showground will open to public events once more with the arrival of Tuckers Mega Fun Fair Fun Park. Closed earlier in the year in response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the event will be the first one back in the Showground since March this year. Cllr Callum Procter, Cabinet member for…

1 year ago | General