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Job vacancy: North East Lincolnshire Neighbourhood Watch Area Network Coordinator

VANEL is recruiting for a North East Lincolnshire Neighbourhood Watch Area Network Coordinator. Pay rate: £15/hour                                                                  Hours of Work: 15 hours per week The North East Lincolnshire Neighbourhood Network needs a part-time Network Coordinator. The post holder will

CERT : A New Exciting Venture From Blue Lights Brigade

Festive Season Advice

Hello everyone With the Festive season fast approaching and the winter months upon us a timely reminder how to keep safe and be safe . Please click the Humber Watch tab and find lots of useful advice from our friends

Consultation on Public Space Protection Orders

We have recently launched a survey on Public space protection orders for anti-social behaviour and irresponsible dog owners. A PSPO allows us to put restrictions in specific areas such as town centres, parks and beaches.   A PSPO would allow

Survey on NHS Health Checks now open

We have recently launched a survey on NHS Health Checks for those aged between 40 and 74. The NHS Health Check is a health check-up for adults in England aged 40-74. It’s designed to spot early signs of stroke, kidney

Halloween don’t trick or treat

Halloween is fast approaching and can be a very worrying time for many people in our community  . The posters can be printed and placed in a prominent place can help reduce the number of “visitors” to your home and

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Fines for littering and dog fouling

North East Lincolnshire Council are set to enter an agreement that will result in people being fined £100 for dropping litter or not picking up after their dogs. Cabinet members agreed the move after discussing a report at their meeting

Helping Young People To Lead Their Communities

Ignite is about encouraging young people to lead their own community projects. The Ignite programme is funded by the National Lottery’s Big Lottery Fund and it aims to motivate young people between the ages of 16 to 30 to put

Libraries Consultation Now Open – What should a modern service offer?

We have recently launched a consultation on the library service. We are looking for views from users and non-users of the library service about what a modern library service should offer. We’re looking to the future, to understand resident’s thoughts