Monthly Archive 28 May 2021

New Mayor launches Civic Awards to celebrate North East Lincolnshire

CELEBRATING the best in North East Lincolnshire, the Civic Awards 2021 have been launched today by the borough’s new Mayor.

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A new Mayor for a new square

A NEW Mayor for a new square!

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Cabinet confirmed for 2021-22

The council Cabinet that will drive forward the plans for the next year has been confirmed for 2020-21.

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North East Lincolnshire gets a new Mayor

Wolds ward councillor David Hasthorpe has been sworn in as the Worshipful Mayor of the Borough of North East Lincolnshire.

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Final stage of works on Sea Road, Cleethorpes

The final stage of the works to Sea Road Cleethorpes will get underway in the second week in June.

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Recycling globe sculpture highlights vital role Cleethorpes plays in bird migration

A new recycling sculpture unveiled today (Thursday 20 May) is joining Hammy the Haddock in the battle to keep Cleethorpes beach clean.

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Multi-million pound boost to Grimsby Town centre confirmed by Government

More than £17 million has been awarded to North East Lincolnshire to deliver sweeping changes to the heart of Grimsby, including a fresh home for Grimsby’s Top Town Market, a new cinema and leisure units nearby.

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Vote for your PCC today

Today you are also voting for your Police and Crime Commissioner.

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Vote today for continued investment and regeneration

Your polling station is now open!

Thanks to everyone who has already voted Conservative through the post. It is safe and easy to vote in person at your local station until 10pm today.

Every single vote counts… choose Conservative for continued investment and regeneration in North East Lincolnshire.

These are the names to put a tick next to on your ballot paper:

And read why you MUST vote Conservative in North East Lincolnshire here:

You are also voting for your Police and Crime Commissioner. Vote Jonathan Evison, a councillor with years of experience. Find out more here:

Remember, your polling station closes at 10pm, so there’s plenty of time to have your say. Thank you for your continued support.

Polling stations are safe places to vote

Polling stations across our area will be safe places for voters to cast their ballots in the coming election.

North East Lincolnshire Council and Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner elections will be held on Thursday 6 May.

This year however, polling stations will see a number of changes to ensure that they are safe for voters and reduce the risk of the virus spreading.

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