NEL CCG and NLaG have been holding meetings to share information about the work going on to make local health and care services more sustainable. As a result of the last meeting a Feedback Report has been published. Read on to learn more and to access the report.
Identity theft is a real problem but a new project funded through the Crime Reduction Fund should provide part of the solution
West Marsh Community Centre was successful in applying to the CRF fund and has now put four shredders into the community for local people to dispose of their personal documents more securely helping to minimise chances of data theft. Find out more and where to get to the shredders.
Another huge effort from volunteers helps with the clean up of the River Freshney during RiverClean event
The latest RiverClean effort this weekend saw plenty of volunteers remove a huge amount of rubbish from the River Freshney. VANEL staff were there to get involved too…
Longstrip Wildlife is an environmental and technology focused project being supported by the IGNITE team at VANEL. Longstrip just held a family activity day which was a great success to start spreading the word about the project. Read on for more about the day and about the project.
A Young Grimsby Man and his army of volunteers have been targeting Grimsby Care Homes to breathe life into the gardens!
An inspiring young person has been helping those in need look after their gardens. Read the story about Ryan and what he’s been doing
North East Lincolnshire Council is looking to trial ‘play streets’ in the borough but before anything happens they need to find out what the community thinks. There is a survey that you can contribute to. So read on to find out more about Play Streets and how to add your thoughts.
The website for the Local Safeguarding Children’s Board (LSCB) has been replaced. The new Safer NEL website is now live (as of early April). Read on to find out more.
The story about the Grimsby Kasbah gaining conservation area status has made it to the BBC with a video story appearing today. Read on for links to the video and to further information about this part of Grimsby’s heritage.
The next in the series of Organised Dialogues will take place at WMCC on 19th April. the topic is Brexit and Young People. The discussion will take the form of a full restorative dialogue and this is a wonderful opportunity to discuss and learn together. Read on for all the details.