North East Lincolnshire Council’s Safer and Stronger Communities team are creating a place where people can learn about the history of Cleethorpes over the last three centuries both online and in person through their Heritage Lottery funded Bygone Beachcomber Project. The team are working to create a display within the beach hut where visitors can view photographs, posters, souvenirs and memorabilia relating to Cleethorpes which they otherwise might not have had the opportunity to see. Read on for full details.
Places are still available on the AIS/Community Grants course aimed at young people between 18 and 30 who are unemployed. The course aims to help young people find out about local employment opportunities and can provide them with taster sessions in the renewables sector. Interested parties should contact Lorna Grant by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Can you help shed some light on the history of the Beach Chalets located on Marine Embankment in Cleethorpes? Friends of Cleethorpes Heritage are appealing for information, photographs and Cleethorpes Memorabilia.
VANEL would like to congratulate former employee Jasmin Flint who left the team at the end of March following the expiry of her secondment to NELC’s Springboard programme. VANEL were instrumental in helping Jasmin secured a new role through Member organisation Capacity Building’s Ltd, as the Youth Development worker for Big Local. We would like to wish her the best of luck for the future.
There’s still time to enter the beach hut #9 photography competition. Simply head down to beach with your camera, select your three best landscape orientated images and send them to email@example.com to be in with a chance of winning up to £100 in vouchers to spend at Comley Cameras in Cleethorpes.
Capacity Buildings Ltd, in conjunction with Comley Cameras, are holding their first ever beach hut #9 photographic competition! With four weeks left until the start of spring, why not head down to Marine Embankment, Cleethorpes, with your camera, and make the most of the last few weeks of winter sun!
Voluntary Action North East Lincolnshire (VANEL) has teamed up with North East Lincolnshire County Council, and Member organisation, Capacity Buildings Ltd, to transform a tired and disused old beach hut in Cleethorpes, into a place that can be enjoyed by the whole community. Following a £1,500 donation from the Lincolnshire Sheriff’s Tribune Trust and months of hardwork, on Friday 16th September 2016, Beach Hut Number Nine officially opened.
A tired and disused beach hut in Cleethorpes is being converted into a community space for disadvantaged people thanks to a £1500 grant from the Tribune Trust. Read more about this project from Capacity Buildings.