NATURE and industry are living side-by-side on the banks of the Humber estuary where their co-habitation is proof there is room for both. Read on to find out about the work of Humber Nature Partnership from conservation officer Alan Jones.
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‘HANGING OUT’ in Cleethorpes is fun and friendly, thanks to a club that youngsters can enjoy for just 50p a week
The Hangout – the Youth Group for Cleethorpes – has relaunched at a new seafront venue and sees scores of youngsters enjoying computer games, karaoke, table tennis, pool, activities and refreshments. Held weekly, the first introductory session for new members is free, and 50p thereafter. Big Local North Cleethorpes originally provided funding and YMCA Humber […]
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.
The new BA Hons degree course in Social Enterprise and Creative Care is now a member of VANEL. Read an overview of the new course by the course leader and why this should be of interest.
Bee Future Aviators (BFA) just held their first flying experience event to get young people passionate about potential flying careers. The charity is just getting going and is seeking trustees at the moment, so read the article to learn more about how the experience is going to be working.
Local charity, the Gardiner Hill Foundation which supports people with mental health problems has been granted a £10,000 National Lottery Award to help combat social isolation in vulnerable adults in North East Lincolnshire. Read on to find out the story about the new ‘Only the Lonely’ project.
GRIMSBY heroes who lost their lives during the Great War are to be remembered during a special service, to be held on the West Marsh.
And the call has gone out for relatives of those lost, along with local residents, to take part in the service, which will be held at the permanent home of the area’s Memorial Cross and is being supported by our IGNITE team. Read on for the whole story.
The event on Monday 3rd September for those interesting in discussing and providing feedback on the new Social Value Policy from NELC has been cancelled. Read on for more details of the Policy, the process for giving feedback and about the cancelled event.
After two successful years, West Marsh Community Centre is once again organising a “Volunteer Awards” scheme which will culminate in an Awards Night event in November. West Marsh Community Centre is asking for you to nominate the volunteers you feel have made important contributions across the community during 2018. The awards themselves are open for […]
New Social Value Policy from the Council may affect you so have your say in the consultation or by attending a workshop
North East Lincolnshire Council are consulting on a Social Value policy. Social Value requires commissioners, those who plan and buy local services, to think about how they achieve their goals in a more joined up way. Rather than thinking about services in isolation or in the short term, this new policy requires commissioners to consider long term costs, sustainability and how including Social Value outcomes can possibly reduce pressures and make the most of opportunities in other areas. If your organisation connects with council procurement at any part of the supply chain then you should review this draft of the policy and give your feedback. Read on for more information, the policy, workshop dates and more.