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Nominate your NHS Hero today!

1:59 pm, Wednesday, 29th July 2020 - 3 years ago


North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are inviting residents to nominate their NHS heroes in a giveaway that will see three NHS workers win a free bike and bike accessories.

Sponsored by Cottingham based charity, R-evolution, the competition’s aim is to thank NHS workers for their heroic efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic.

R-evolution, funded by the council’s Access Fund, has provided bikes to North East Lincolnshire residents in recent months through their ongoing bike project. Residents in receipt of the bikes also received safety equipment, helping residents to commute to and from work safely and sustainably.

Councillor Stewart Swinburn, portfolio holder for environment and transport at North East Lincolnshire Council, said: “The council and ENGIE are extremely proud to continue working alongside R-evolution to run this competition.

“The NHS do an amazing job and have continued to do so throughout this pandemic. This competition is just a small token of our thanks to them, and I urge those who know an NHS worker to nominate them today.”

John Marshall, Chief Executive at R-evolution, added: “We are so pleased to be doing our bit to support North East Lincolnshire Council and their partner, ENGIE, to promote cycling across the area.

“Throughout the lockdown period, we have provided over 100 free cycle repairs for key workers. We understand how important it is to help those avoiding public transport to get to work at this difficult time.”

To nominate your NHS hero, visit and tell the team who you’re nominating and why.

For more information or for full terms and conditions, go to

The competition closes Friday 7 August 2020. Any nominations made after this date will not be counted.

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