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Social distancing concrete barriers to be lifted in Cleethorpes

The concrete barriers installed as part of social distancing measures will be removed across Cleethorpes over the next few nights. The barriers were installed as lockdown was lifted in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic to help people maintain social…

17 hours ago
Warning to be vigilant during COVID-19 pandemic

North East Lincolnshire Council is warning local people and businesses to be vigilant if they are approached by people appearing to be council officials. There have been reports of people claiming to be council COVID marshalls approaching members of the…

2 days ago
COVID-19: Businesses urged to get QR ready

Government has announced that the NHS Test and Trace COVID App will be released for mass use on 24 September. The app will be a critical enhancement of NHS Test and Trace in England, and the Test, Trace and Protect…

7 days ago
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…

2 weeks ago
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…

2 weeks ago
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Business recovery survey launched

Following the outbreak of COVID-19 this year, businesses in the North East Lincolnshire area are being asked to complete a survey to help inform the Council’s Recovery Plan. The survey is open to any business to complete and should take…

3 weeks ago
‘Having a bike means I can get home safely and quickly to my children’ – Bike giveaway to NHS hero competition winners

Five bikes have been presented to NHS heroes who were nominated for their efforts during the COVID-19 pandemic. The competition, by North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner ENGIE, was sponsored by Cottingham-based charity, R-evolution, who supplied the prizes.…

4 weeks ago
Local employers to get ‘how-to’ guide to doing business COVID-free

Thousands of businesses across North East Lincolnshire are to get a helping hand with local health advice on how to deal with issues surrounding COVID-19. More than 5,000 businesses will receive a free publication through the post as part of…

1 month ago
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…

1 month ago
Sanitiser station used as ashtray by member of the public

A Councillor has expressed his disappointment following an incident in which a public sanitiser station in Cleethorpes was used as an ashtray by a member of the public. Councillor Callum Procter, portfolio holder for tourism, heritage and culture at North…

2 months ago
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…

2 months ago
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…

2 months ago
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Businesses warned to be vigilant during COVID-19 pandemic

North East Lincolnshire Council is warning local businesses not to be pressured into buying a service they are not sure about during the COVID-19 pandemic. There have been reports where businesses have been approached by people claiming to be from…

2 months ago
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Concessionary bus pass services to restart

From Monday 10 August, bus pass application centres will begin to re-open to allow eligible residents to make an appointment to apply for a bus pass. Due to COVID-19, all applications and renewal services were stopped. To support residents with…

2 months ago
Supporting the high streets – Cleethorpes update

Tonight, 3 August, some of the barriers introduced to help social distancing on St Peter’s Avenue will be removed to allow for additional safe on-street parking and to support local businesses. The barriers will be removed from two areas: From…

2 months ago
Coronavirus guidance issued to landlords and letting agents

Officers from North East Lincolnshire Council have contacted landlords of Houses of Multiple Occupation (HMO) in the area to issue guidance to prevent COVID-19 outbreaks on their properties. The guidance, which has been compiled by the Council’s Public Health team,…

2 months ago
Help available for North East Lincolnshire residents struggling to access food

North East Lincolnshire Council is sharing further guidance for vulnerable or self-isolating residents who are struggling to get to the shops or access supermarket delivery slots. For those who do not have friends, family or neighbours who can shop on…

2 months ago
Face masks required at Grimsby Top Town Market

Following recent Government announcements, all shoppers visiting Grimsby’s Top Town Market will be required to wear a face mask from Friday 24 July. The market, located in the Bull Ring, remained partially open during the coronavirus lockdown, selling essential items…

2 months ago
COVID-19: Some local businesses are missing out on Government cash

More than £30million in government grants has now been paid out to more than 2600 small businesses in North East Lincolnshire to help them through the COVID crisis. Additionally, 154 businesses we successful in their application to the discretionary grants…

2 months ago
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…

2 months ago
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…

2 months ago
Businesses employing teenagers urged to stick to the rules

Businesses in our area are being warned to put measures in place to protect teenage employees (those aged between 13 and 16). The warning being issued by Council licensing officials comes as the National Network for Children in Employment and…

3 months ago
COVID-19: Taxi drivers and passengers encouraged to wear face covering in North East Lincolnshire

North East Lincolnshire Council is encouraging taxi drivers and their passengers to wear a face covering when travelling. Although it is not a legal requirement to wear a face covering, the council recommends that face coverings be worn wherever possible…

3 months ago
A letter for publication from Cllr Swinburn, Cllr Shepherd and Cllr Procter about the littering at Cleethorpes beach

Many people in North East Lincolnshire take pride in the place they live and want our resort to be a clean, green, and tidy place for everyone to enjoy. Sadly, a small number of people are not being fair and…

3 months ago
COVID-19: Keeping safe this weekend as restrictions ease

Public Health and Council chiefs have come together to call for people to remember to stay safe this weekend. With pubs, bars and restaurants due to re-open across North East Lincolnshire, the call has come to remember that Covid-19 is…

3 months ago
Phone ‘n’ Ride returns to full service

As lockdown restrictions are eased by Government, the Phone ‘n’ Ride service will now accept leisure and social trips. The service initially resumed on Monday 1 June to support residents with essential travel to and from work, attending medical appointments…

3 months ago
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COVID-19: Bus pass renewal or replacement update

Bus pass renewals and lost, stolen or damaged pass replacement will be re-starting from Monday 13 July via the council’s contact centre. Those renewing or replacing passes are encouraged to contact the council on (01472) 313131. Residents will need to…

3 months ago
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COVID-19: Apply for your new blue badge now

Blue badge holders are being encouraged to apply for their new passes now. It can take several weeks to process a blue badge application depending on your circumstances so North East Lincolnshire Council is asking people to apply as soon…

3 months ago
Statement on the Selective Licensing consultation

North East Lincolnshire Council has been running a public consultation on proposals to consider implementing a selective licensing scheme in parts of East and West Marsh in Grimsby. The proposals would see landlords of private rented accommodation in parts of…

3 months ago
COVID-19: Re-opening the high streets: advice for hospitality businesses

Pubs, restaurants and cafes that would like to have outside seating for customers on the public highway are being asked to check the latest guidance from Government. On 25 June 2020 the Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government published…

3 months ago
Council’s COVID battle plan approved

People across North East Lincolnshire have been urged to back a plan setting out how the area will continue to tackle the threat of COVID-19. A special meeting of North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet last night approved the area’s Outbreak…

3 months ago
COVID-19: Slipways to reopen

Following the relaxation of COVID-19 guidelines on social distancing, the Council will reopen all slipways in Cleethorpes for private craft to access the sea from Saturday 4 July. In order to access the slipways, members of the public will need…

3 months ago
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Business centres are back to business!

North East Lincolnshire Council’s business centres are getting back to business following recent Government announcements. From Wednesday 1 July, the centres will be open between 8:30am and 12pm Monday to Friday. A virtual reception will be in place between 1pm…

3 months ago
North East Lincolnshire COVID-19 Battle Plan to go to Cabinet

A plan setting out how North East Lincolnshire will continue to tackle the threat of COVID-19 is to be discussed at a special meeting of North East Lincolnshire Council’s Cabinet next week. The Council, Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and the…

3 months ago
Council contacts landlords to prevent resident evictions

The Council are urging all private landlords, to get in touch with the Homelessness Prevention Service, and seek support before evicting any tenants over the coming months. Council officers have written Landlord Associations, asking their members to work with the…

3 months ago
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COVID-19: Blue badge enforcement

In line with Government guidance and service impacts on issuing and renewing blue badges, penalty charge notices (PCNs) will not be issued to residents displaying blue badges with an expiry date of 1 January 2020 onwards. The relaxation of enforcement…

3 months ago
Deadline approaching for your drawings to go up at new care facility

The deadline is approaching to send in your drawings to be put on display at a new care facility. North East Lincolnshire Council has been asking people from across the borough to come together to decorate a wall at Cambridge…

3 months ago
Being ‘Loyal to Local’ has never been more important

The businesses that make up our local high streets, offices, business parks and industrial sites, along with the thousands of self-employed traders, and entrepreneurs across the area are essential to the future of our towns and villages. As slowly but…

3 months ago
Council urges businesses to stick to COVID rules

Businesses in North East Lincolnshire are being urged to abide by the Government guidance on COVID-19. The warning from Council officials comes as many businesses in our area prepare to reopen for the first time since lockdown started. Council Leader,…

3 months ago
Passengers required to wear face covering on Phone ‘n’ Ride

In line with changes to Government guidance, passengers travelling on the Phone ‘n’ Ride Service will be required to wear a face covering from today, Monday 15 June. Passengers without a face covering when boarding will be encouraged to use…

3 months ago
COVID-19: What next?

“As we take these first, tentative steps back into normal life, we must all do everything we can to keep the virus out of our communities, to prevent people becoming ill and to prevent more people from dying.” This is…

3 months ago
Supporting the high streets to reopen – Grimsby update

Changes are due to come into place in the centre of Grimsby to help the high street reopen safely on Monday 15 June. Following the relaxation of some of the Government’s lock-down measures, work has been ongoing to look at…

3 months ago
North East Lincolnshire gears up for reopening

North East Lincolnshire town centre businesses and organisations are working together to create safe spaces for visitors and customers. High street shops and shopping centres are set to re-open on Monday, (June 15) as part of the Government’s plan to…

3 months ago
Supporting the high streets – Cleethorpes update

Following the publication of initial temporary plans for Cleethorpes’ high streets last week, revisions have been made to some areas to respond to concerns raised by local traders. Cllr Stewart Swinburn, Cabinet member for highways explained: “It was always the…

3 months ago
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Concessionary bus pass fares to be reintroduced

From Monday 15 June, the fee for concessionary bus pass holders travelling before 9:30am, Monday to Friday, will be reintroduced. The temporary relaxation of the fee was introduced at the start of the COVID-19 outbreak, aimed at supporting the elderly…

3 months ago
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Business centres back open for physical viewings

Following changes to Government guidance, business centres in North East Lincolnshire can once again offer prospective tenants a physical viewing. Viewings will take place with social distancing measures in place and enhanced cleaning routines. The business centre team have remained…

4 months ago
‘There’s no excuse’ – Used personal protective equipment littered across North East Lincolnshire

Since the COVID-19 outbreak, there has been a rise in used personal protective equipment (PPE) being discarded across the borough. Hair nets, plastic gloves and face masks are being dumped on a daily basis in North East Lincolnshire. Councillor Stewart…

4 months ago
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All traders return to Grimsby’s Top Town Market

Grimsby’s Top Town Market will fully reopen following recent Government announcements. The market, based in the Bull Ring in Grimsby Town Centre, will open back up to shoppers from Tuesday 16 June. The market has remained partly open throughout the…

4 months ago
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Reopening the high streets safely – Cleethorpes update

Major changes are due to come into place in the centre of Cleethorpes to help the high street reopen safely on 15 June. Following the relaxation of some of the Government’s lock-down measures, work has been ongoing to look at…

4 months ago
Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre receives funding support from Arts Council England due to COVID-19

Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre has received more than £17,000 from Arts Council England’s COVID-19 Emergency Response Package. The £17,250 funding is aimed at supporting heritage and cultural organisations that have been impacted by the coronavirus outbreak and the required lockdown…

4 months ago
COVID-19: Discretionary grants for business – scheme open

A new scheme to help some small businesses affected by COVID-19 in North East Lincolnshire is now open for applications. As part of the response to the COVID-19 emergency, Government has announced various grants and loans available to help fund…

4 months ago
Cleethorpes’ outdoor market is back

The seasonal outdoor market in Cleethorpes Market Place is returning following changes to Government guidance. Cleethorpes Market will take place every Wednesday and Saturday between 8am and 3pm from Wednesday 3 June. Social distancing measures will be in place to…

4 months ago
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Bus pass renewal update

North East Lincolnshire Council is still unable to issue new and replacement bus passes due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Those with an out of date bus pass can continue to use their expired bus pass. It is recommended that people…

4 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Friday 29 May 2020

Stay alert. Control the virus. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates will aim to cover some of the questions you may have. The…

4 months ago
COVID Community spirit ‘heart-warming’

Council and Clinical chiefs have expressed their gratitude to members of the public, local businesses and community groups who have donated items of PPE and supplies to help with the ongoing effort to fight COVID-19. Leader of North East Lincolnshire…

4 months ago
Play parks remain closed – please be responsible

Play areas across North East Lincolnshire remain closed as part of trying to limit the spread of coronavirus. There have been reports that people have been lifting their children over locked gates despite the play areas being closed. Councillor Stewart…

4 months ago
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Bulky waste service reduced to ensure staff safety

The number of bulky waste slots have been reduced to ensure collections are carried out safely and to Government guidelines. Bulky waste collections returned on 4 May after being temporarily suspended due to the COVID-19 outbreak. The reduction in bulky…

4 months ago
COVID-19: Discretionary business grants

Information about a new scheme to help some small businesses affected by COVID-19 in North East Lincolnshire has been launched today. As part of the response to the COVID-19 emergency, Government has announced various grants and loans available to help…

4 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Tuesday 26 May 2020

Stay alert. Control the virus. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates will aim to cover some of the questions you may have. The…

4 months ago
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Full parking enforcement restarts

Civil enforcement officers have resumed their full duties patrolling the streets and car parks across North East Lincolnshire. Following changes to Government guidelines allowing residents to travel for exercise and more people returning to work, full civil enforcement activity must…

4 months ago
COVID-19: Tourism business impact survey

Tourism businesses of all sizes across North East Lincolnshire are being encouraged to fill out a short survey to record the impact of COVID-19 on their business. The survey, being organised by North East Lincolnshire Council, will collect data around…

4 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Wednesday 20 May 2020

Stay alert. Control the virus. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates will aim to cover some of the questions you may have. The…

4 months ago
COVID-19: Creating a COVID-19 secure resort: stage 2 – Closure of Central Prom

Following a review of successful traffic trials in Cleethorpes last weekend, from tomorrow (Wednesday 20 May), Central Prom will be closed to traffic from 8am to 6pm every day for the foreseeable future to help people maintain social distancing as…

4 months ago
Phone ‘n’ Ride Service to resume

The Phone ‘n’ Ride service is set to be back up and running from Monday 1 June following dicussions between North East Lincolnshire Council, its regeneration partner, ENGIE, and delivery partner, Stagecoach East Midlands. The service is restarting to support…

4 months ago
Wellbeing Wake-up… coming soon!

Compass is a charity which provides health and wellbeing services, helping people unleash their unique potential and live healthier, safer and more fulfilling lives. The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic is an uncertain time for both children and families and at Compass…

4 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Friday 15 May 2020

Stay alert. Control the virus. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates will aim to cover some of the questions you may have. The…

4 months ago
Creating a COVID-19 secure resort

As Government guidance about lock-down has changed, work is underway to help to create a COVID-19 secure resort in Cleethorpes for anyone choosing to visit. Initial trial measures are being introduced from this weekend to reinforce the government messages and…

4 months ago
Lockdown leads to increases in secondhand smoke exposure for children

Health campaigners are warning that new evidence suggests lockdown has left more children exposed to the harms of secondhand smoke. The warning comes today from Action on Smoking and Health (ASH), British Lung Foundation, Fresh and Breathe 2025 as evidence…

4 months ago
You could help make a difference to the lives of local children

Whilst many of us have been able to overcome challenges of keeping in touch with friends and relatives during the current lockdown by using smartphones and digital devices, not everyone is as lucky. A number of children in the borough…

4 months ago
Thousands of homes to receive updated Council tax bills this week

Letters will be hitting the mats of thousands of homes over the next week updating residents on changes to their Council tax. The changes will see people receive more financial support amidst the current global pandemic. If you are working…

4 months ago
Upgrade your health and wellbeing

The Wellbeing Service is continuing to provide free, confidential support during COVID-19. The service can support you with anything related to your health and wellbeing including: mental and emotional wellbeing healthy eating weight management physical activity stop smoking building confidence…

4 months ago
Supporting people to recover from Coronavirus

Doctors and nurses working with NHS North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group, working with public health leads, have put together a handy guide to support people recovering from coronavirus or suspected cases of coronavirus. While some people need hospital treatment…

5 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Wednesday 6 May 2020

Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates will aim to cover some of the questions you may have. The…

5 months ago
COVID-19: Special thanks to our NHS staff as ‘thank you’ road marking installed outside hospital

A ‘thank you NHS’ road marking has been installed at the entrance to Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby. North East Lincolnshire Council and its regeneration partner, ENGIE, are showing their appreciation for local NHS services by painting their…

5 months ago
300,000 smokers have QuitforCOVID

Over half a million more have tried to quit and 2.4 million have cut down At least 300,000 people have quit smoking successfully, a further 550,000 have tried to quit and 2.4 million have cut down on the amount of…

5 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Friday 1 May 2020

Note: This update will now be sent on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates…

5 months ago
COVID-19: Business urged to get in touch as value of grants issued tops £25million

Nearly 900 businesses in North East Lincolnshire are being contacted directly to ask them to submit their business details as they are likely to be eligible for government business grants. So far, more than 2100 eligible small businesses in North…

5 months ago
COVID-19: Thank you to our local businesses

Businesses in North East Lincolnshire which have gone the extra mile to help out in the current pandemic have been praised by the Council. The last few weeks have seen many businesses in across the area look at their operations…

5 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Wednesday 29 April 2020

Note: This update will now be sent on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates…

5 months ago
Get creative! We still want your drawings to decorate new care facility

We still want your drawings! North East Lincolnshire Council has been asking people from across the borough to come together to decorate the wall of a new care facility aimed at supporting local health and care services. Because lockdown has…

5 months ago
COVID-19: Mobile Testing Unit opening up in Grimsby

A Mobile Testing Unit (MTU) for key workers and members of their household will be available in North East Lincolnshire this week. The MTU will be available for three days this week at the Duchess Street Car Park in Grimsby.…

5 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Monday 27 April 2020

Note: This update will now be sent on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays.  Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates…

5 months ago
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Remote Council meetings to start next week.

New arrangements have been developed for formal North East Lincolnshire Council meetings to re-start in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis. Following emergency legislation from Government, secure IT solutions have been put in place to allow for virtual public meetings…

5 months ago
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COVID-19: How the lockdown is affecting your bins and recycling boxes

Big changes are happening in the area’s wheelie bins and recycling boxes since the COVID-19 lockdown started on 23 March. North East Lincolnshire Council’s bin crews are collecting between 20 and 50 per cent more household waste and recycling than…

5 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Friday 24 April 2020

Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates will aim to cover some of the questions you may have. The…

5 months ago
Support through bereavement

Grieving is a natural part of bereavement. There is no right way to grieve and dealing with grief during isolation may intensify feelings. Reaching out to friends and family can be one of the most helpful ways to cope when…

5 months ago
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COVID-19: Changes at Community Recycling Centres

North East Lincolnshire Council is re-opening Immingham Community Recycling Centre (CRC or tip) but with new restrictions in place. From Friday 24 April, Immingham CRC will be open to take green garden waste and small amounts of soil and rubble…

5 months ago
Top Town Market continuing to support the community during COVID-19

Grimsby’s Top Town Market, located in the Bull Ring at Grimsby Town Centre, remains open and continues to serve the people of North East Lincolnshire with essential items during COVID-19. A number of traders selling essential items such as meat,…

5 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Thursday 23 April 2020

Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates will aim to cover some of the questions you may have. The…

5 months ago
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COVID-19: Update on cemetery opening hours

North East Lincolnshire Council’s cemeteries and crematorium grounds are returning to their usual opening hours. Opening times at the council cemeteries in Scartho Road and Cleethorpes had been limited due to the coronavirus outbreak. This was to allow staff to…

5 months ago
Home schooling during COVID-19 pandemic

North East Lincolnshire Council will be releasing videos from local teachers over the coming days on its Facebook page. Parents and guardians have found themselves taking on a completely new role as teacher in recent weeks. With this, there may…

5 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Tuesday 21 April 2020

Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates will aim to cover some of the questions you may have. The…

5 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Monday 20 April 2020

Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates will aim to cover some of the questions you may have. The…

5 months ago
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COVID-19: Bulky waste is back

North East Lincolnshire Council is starting up its bulky collections again from Monday 4 May. The service stopped in March due to the coronavirus outbreak but will be up and running again from early next month. Households can make a…

5 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Saturday 17 April 2020

Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates will aim to cover some of the questions you may have. The…

5 months ago
Looking after your mental wellbeing during COVID-19

Yesterday (Thursday 16 April), Foreign Secretary and First Secretary of State, Dominic Raab MP, announced that lockdown would be extended for at least another three weeks. It’s normal to feel worried or anxious during these challenging times. There are lots…

5 months ago
Business grants update – 17 April

So far, more than 1500 eligible small businesses in North East Lincolnshire have received government grants worth a total of nearly £17.5 million to date (figures at 17/4). And the team is working hard to process other requests for grant…

5 months ago
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COVID-19 Update: Friday 17 April 2020

Stay home. Protect the NHS. Save lives.  As part our response to COVID-19, we are issuing a brief update for the local media and the public. These updates will aim to cover some of the questions you may have. The…

5 months ago
COVID-19: Childcare support for key workers

North East Lincolnshire Council is urging key workers who require childcare to get in touch. The Council has established a temporary childcare arrangement for key workers whose regular childcare venue has closed due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Three emergency childcare…

5 months ago
COVID-19: Parking enforcement in North East Lincolnshire

People parking illegally on streets in North East Lincolnshire are being asked to keep the roads clear for emergency services and other key workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. In line with authorities across the UK, North East Lincolnshire Council and…

5 months ago