Last week (13th-19th May 2019) was National Mental Health Awareness Week and the theme this year was Body Image. A very powerful week of national support and campaigns, and locally our Young Reporters team worked hard to put together an exciting booklet of their thoughts and feelings on the issues involved. Read on to find out more and to access the booklet they produced.
You’ll have probably already seen the news that Cleethorpes has a Blue Flag beach once again. This is great news for the resort, but it’s also a testament to the hard work of many local partner organisations and many, many volunteers. Read on to find out the whole story.
Big Local North Cleethorpes now has a new base on Grimsby Road and there has just been a launch event. VANEL has been pleased to have been a supporting partner to this process so we’re sharing the story of the launch here. Read on.
Glyn Atkinson is the area’s new Neighbourhood Watch co-ordinator. Read on to find out about Glyn, his roles and what Neighbourhood Watch is up to.
FIVE families, who are currently being supported by Andy’s – the region’s only children’s hospice – will be enjoying a trip to Center Parcs, thanks to a donation from a North East Lincolnshire holiday fund. Read on for the whole 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.
Notification from North East Lincolnshire Council: Dear Colleague Please find attached the Strategic Framework for Wellbeing. We are now embarking on an engagement process across the Place system to allow time for consideration of and comment on the Framework, and to stimulate thinking about the focus of the Place system and where different issues are […]
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.