There are still a number of places available on this course on 2nd November which is organised via NELC. Read on for more details and how to get your place.
If you are interested in finding out more about your local Neighbourhood Watch or perhaps about getting involved, then take a visit to the local website. Read on for details plus links to latest national neighbourhood watch and community safety news.
North East Lincolnshire Council are asking about pharmacy services in North East Lincolnshire to see if they meet the needs of the local residents. Read on to find out more and how to respond to the consultation.
I’m sure we’re all watching the rollout of Universal Credit carefully and an event is on 18th October which anyone interested can attend. Read on for all the details.
Two breakfast events have been organised by NELC for smaller local businesses. Advisors from business support organisations in North East Lincolnshire will be available to discuss any plans for growth and project ideas at these free funding and business support events. Find out all the details and how to book.
If you work with children and young people in North East Lincolnshire you are eligible to sign up for FREE Eating Disorder training. The training will be delivered by B-EAT, a leading eating disorder charity, and has been secured through the Future in Mind Programme. You will need to choose a training date and complete and return the attached enrolment form to NELC Business Support Officer, Amy Chilvers. Read on for full details.
NELC have a couple of open consultations that require your comment. Read on for details and how to respond.
Follow the link above to view North East Lincolnshire Council’s review of the current Public Space Protection Order (PSPO) which restricts the consumption of alcohol in public places. Our current PSPO expires in October 2017 and covers the wards of West Marsh, East Marsh, Park, Heneage, Sidney Sussex, Croft Baker and South.
VANEL is working in partnership with North East Lincolnshire Council’s Safer and Stronger Communities team on their Bygone Beachcombers project. We are appealing for people who used the beach huts when they were in their prime to come forward and share their stories. The stories will be shared on the Bygone Beachcombers website. Read on for full details.