On 10th December, Grimsby Philharmonic are holding their “Come and Sing Messiah” at Grimsby Central Hall and before that they have a Singing Workshop on Sunday 26th November. Read on for details of both events (singing not compulsory – you can just come along to listen too!)
Monthly Archives: November 2017
Last week we shared photos of a recent Vegan Cake fundraising event organised by a local young leader who is being supported by the IGNITE team. Read a full story about that event and why this sort of activity is what IGNITE is all about.
We’ve been taking pre-orders for our new Beach Hut No 9 2018 Calendars, but now we have them in stock! A photographic celebration of Cleethorpes beach huts and seaside scenes, it’s also a great way to raise funds for RNLI Cleethorpes. Read on for more details and how to get your calendar.
The Cleethorpes Regeneration Programme recently funded by the Coastal Communities Fund will be getting underway soon. £6.7m will be invested in Cleethorpes over the next three years. On 9th November there is a public event at Cleethorpes Library where you can find out lots more. Read on for details of the programme, the funding and the event.
It’s nearly Christmas, and as part of a nationwide celebration of Heritage Lottery projects Beach Hut No. 9 in Cleethorpes is holding a Santa’s Grotto day on 16th December. Read on for the details and we’ll see you there.
Last week we were inviting members to join us at VANEL offices for our Halloween spooktacular – “a Nightmare at VANEL”. This week a quick thanks to those who took part and a few embarrassing photos. Read on.
Voluntary and Community Groups in North East Lincolnshire can apply for funding to support crime reduction and community safety projects as a second round of bidding is opened by the North East Lincolnshire Community Safety Partnership. The latest round of CRF funding is now open and closes again on 30th November. Read on for information about the fund and how to apply.
Are you a small community transport provider? Do you or does somebody you know use community transport services? A national inquiry is looking at a new approach to the licensing of community transport organisations and their drivers. If this impacts you or is of interest read on to find out more and how to keep up to date with the inquiry.
Our weekly roundup of news related to governance, trusteeship and leadership: It’s nearly Trustees’ Week so a few updates on what is happening…
Read on for a quick update from the Henry Smith Charity on how they are rethinking their main grants strategy.