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Please read this important letter that has been circulated by Humberside Police. There are scams around at the moment that are preying on coronavirus fears so everyone is being urged to be on their guard. Read on.
During 2019 Big Local North Cleethorpes provided financial support to two local community safety initiatives – the Blue Lights Brigade (BLB) Community Emergency Response Team (CERT) and the Safe & Well check programme led by Humberside Fire and Rescue and again, supported by volunteers from BLB. Now, as the Covid-19 health emergency takes hold, these […]
Scams are fraud and fraud is a crime. Crime has victims and these victims could be us, our friends, family, staff, volunteers, neighbours or beneficiaries. So this just out booklet – “The Little Book of Big Scams” is a must read. Read on to find out more…
Charlotte Lowe is a former Young Reporter and since stopping writing the weekly articles for Grimsby Telegraph, she’s continued in her writing and journalism. Read on for an article she’s just written for the Telegraph community pages about a local fundraising event.
VANEL Member organisation Capacity Buildings has just received a National Lottery Heritage Fund grant of £10,000 for an exciting heritage project named Community Housing Association Memorials. Read on to find out more about the project.
Cleethorpes Community Cops was at Cleethorpes Police Station as it closes and the local policing team moves to the Knoll
Over the past year, VANEL has been leading a project to research and archive the history of policing in Cleethorpes. The project has now come to an end and this week the results of this “Cleethorpes Community Cops” project were on display at Cleethorpes Police Station at a bitter-sweet event organised by the Police to mark the final closure of the Police Station after nearly 90 years of service. Read on for the story of the event, along with lots of photos and information about Cleethorpes Cops project.
21st June is national Make Music Day and the IGNITE team has organised a Make Music Day event at Grimsby Minster as part of the national initiative and to kick off a month long music festival. Read on to meet the bands and groups that will be there on our day and to find out how to get involved.
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.