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.
The Young Reporters are looking for new young people aged 12-19 to take on a new challenge for the new year and join up to write about what is important to them. This is an ideal opportunity for young people to gain experience writing, get their work published and be heard about the topics they are passionate about. Read on to find out more.
A Youth Group is giving young people from Grimsby’s West Marsh a chance to socialise, be creative and get up and active and is helping to reduce crime on the estate, as well as providing a vital opportunity for children to mix with community leaders. Read on to find out more.
Over the last weekend of September the IGNITE team were a bit busy doing their bit towards fundraising, awareness raising and the environment. It was Macmillan coffee morning time as well as time for a River cleanup. Everyone got very involved, the weather was kind for the outdoor activities and over £150 was raised for […]
Jenny Hodson will never grow old and lives by her mantra: “You can’t stay young forever, but you can be immature for the rest of your life.” Jenny leads our IGNITE team and has just completed a wingwalk for charity. Read on to find out about her impressive life of volunteering.
GRIMSBY heroes who lost their lives during the Great War are to be remembered during a special service, to be held on the West Marsh.
And the call has gone out for relatives of those lost, along with local residents, to take part in the service, which will be held at the permanent home of the area’s Memorial Cross and is being supported by our IGNITE team. Read on for the whole story.
It’s time for a change in the team at IGNITE. We’ve said goodbye to Dan, Nicole, Danielle and Ellie as part of the planning changeover as we start a new academic year. And Jean-Louis is staying on and has been joined this week by Kirsty, Shaun and Jessica. Victoria and Jenny are of course still here for the long haul! Read on for our goodbyes to our former colleagues and hello and welcome to the new members of the team who you’ll be dealing with at IGNITE over the coming year.