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  • HMS Grimsby crew to take on Grimsby Police in charity soccer match

    By emLP1 at 14:50 on 20/01/14
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    THE crew of HMS Grimsby are to pitch their soccer skills against Grimsby Police for a charity match during the ship's forthcoming visit to North East Lincolnshire. The match will kick off at 3pm on Sunday 26 January at Bradley Pitches in Grimsby, adding an entertaining feature to a weekend programme of events. The match is free to attend, but there will be a charity collection – charities supported will be Wish upon a star and...
  • Planning committee agree not to defend appeal...

    By emLP1 at 11:31 on 20/01/14
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    North East Lincolnshire Council's planning committee has agreed not defend the planning appeal for an application to build 385 homes in Humberston. Planning permission was refused on eight grounds on 12 August 2013 for an application at the site known as Millennium Park, behind Humberston Avenue. The applicants appealed the decision but since doing so they have now either: provided evidence; amended their proposals; or made suitable...
  • Grimsby's central library to re-open next week

    By emLP1 at 11:07 on 14/01/14
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    Grimsby's 50-year-old central library building is to re-open to the public on Monday, January 20, following more than three months of essential maintenance works. During that time, the accessible space within the building has been reconfigured to provide well-lit areas where the book stock and collections have been consolidated. A buggy park and storage area in the entrance foyer for parents and carers to leave the vehicles has been...
  • Works to Upgrade the Borough's Street Lighting!

    By emLP1 at 11:54 on 03/12/13
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    North East Lincolnshire Council, working in partnership with Balfour Beatty Workplace, is making big changes to the area's street lighting. Works start this week ( 2nd Dec) in the West Marsh to replace the council's current traditional street lights with new, more cost effective and state of the art LED lights. The project worth £8.2-million project that will see 16,500 of the borough's street lights upgraded during the next two...

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