Young Reporter Alex explores how learning British Sign Language is a very positive step in helping communicate with deaf people. Read on.
Police time is critical. It is something that shouldn’t ever be wasted or taken for granted. But frustratingly, this is the case. Too much of the police time is taken up and wasted by the public, whether it be deliberately or not, it’s happening; and you need to be aware. Read this week’s article by our Young Reporter Rachel.
Jessica Pearson is a member of the IGNITE team at VANEL and over the past six months has been leading on a number of projects with young people around period poverty, stigma around periods and environmental impacts of sanitary products. Here Jess describes the projects she’s been doing, the progress made and what’s next. Read on for the article.
Cheerleading has taken over England in the last decade becoming one of the fastest growing and supportive sports there is. But you might not know a lot about it. Let Alex, one of our Young Reporters, tell you all about it.
VANEL has commissioned a series of videos focusing on local young people as part of a Help for Health project. You can watch these videos on the new VANEL TV YouTube channel. The purpose of our mini-series is to focus in the success stories of emerging young leaders in our local community, who we have […]
IGNITE would like to thank everyone who attended and supported our event to celebrate International Women’s Day on Friday 8 March at the Town Hall in Grimsby. In total, over 160 visitors attended the event where they were met by 26 local organisations who exhibited and represented opportunities for women within their organisations. Diversity was […]
In this article, Kirsty from the IGNITE team explains the origins of International Womens Day, what the day is all about and reminds us of the event on the day that VANEL are leading in Grimsby. Read on for this interesting story.
We’ve just finished with Shrove Tuesday 2019 but, to CASE and VANEL, it marks one year until our Pancake Day race in 2020, which we are launching today. The race will be held on Tuesday 25 February 2020 on the Humber Bridge. We know it’s very far off, but read on for all the details of the event.
A CALL for North East Lincolnshire residents to unite and combat loneliness was made at a special event, which brought people together and made Blue Monday bright and cheerful for all.
The Bright Blue Monday event was held at Cleethorpes’ Moon on the Water on January 21st and was a huge success. Read on for our story from the day.