Here are all the projects that have completed throughout the life of the Big Local North Cleethorpes programme.  Each of these projects – small or large – have come to an end.  In some cases there have been follow on projects or a continuation or expansion of an original project, so you’ll find information about these somewhere too!

You can also look at the complete list of All our Projects here, completed projects here, and future projects here.

A separate Investment Decision log (here) details the financial investments on a year by year basis.
Stories about the projects will also appear in our news feed.

COMPLETED PROJECTS These projects have finished.

Supported GTFC to establish and develop a schools health project

Grimby Town Football Club (GTFC) invested £15k into a programme to support local primary schools with new activities related to health.  BLNC helped match their £15k with another £15k investment to expand the programme.  A total of four local Primary schools were supported during the duration of the programme (Bursur…….).

Read about this project here.

Initial round of project investment complete, but a second round of the programme has now begun in 2017/18.

Birdhouse Family Festival extended into North Cleethorpes through BLNC investment

Read about this project here.

Funding a trainer and training programme for Womens’ Aid volunteers to support their domestic abuse work

Read about this project here.

Capital investment in the building at Moon on the Water to support the opening of a music/arts venue in Cleethorpes

Read about this project here.

Working with Grimsby Town Football Club on their schools investment programme

Read about this project here.

Supporting the DN35 Facebook group to develop further

Read about this project here.

Community consultations exercise concerning the potential future development of Sidney Park

The consultations took place up to, during and after the SidFest event and gave the community the opportunity to have their say on what they would like to see on Sidney Park should development and changes take place.  BLNC funded printing of flyers and then volunteers carried out the survey.

Read about this project here.

Small costs for printing, but largely support time provided by BLNC. Consultation completed 2016.

Supporting the SidFest four day long community arts event in Sidney Park

SidFest was the first large scale public event on Sidney Park for many years. A funding award was made to support the event along with time and support from BLNC volunteers.  The event was also an opportunity to canvas local people about their thoughts on longer term plans for the Park to help BLNC develop a strategy.  The scale of volunteering to support this event was significant and the community engagement was very successful.

Read about this project here.

Funding and support for the project completed in 2016.

Music on the Prom event

A music and arts event took place on North Prom during 2015 in order to provide a community, family event in the area aiming to bring more business to the North Prom traders.

Read about this project here.

Funded and supported by BLNC.  Completed 2015.

Helping YMCA to start up their Cleethorpes based Youth Group by funding room hire and some equipment

Read about this project here.

Purchase of a mixing desk to be hosted by Moon on the Water

Read about this project here.

Funding purchase of PA and lighting equipment at Moon on the Water to further support the arts venue

Read about this project here.

Investment into eight AED’s (defibrillators) in partnership with Cleethorpes Chronicle

Read about this project here.

Funding a part-time community apprentice to support Big Local

Read about this project here.

Supporting a community attempt at getting a “Northern Route” Right of Way established

Read about this project here.

Investment in a minidome mobile security CCTV camera for deployment in Cleethorpes

BLNC funded the purchase costs for a mobile security camera in order to address crime and anti-social behaviour priorities identified from the community.  The camera was arranged in conjunction with Police and the Safer and Stronger Partnership and was established mainly for the use of the North Cleethorpes area.  The camera should have a working life of five years.

Read about this project here.

Initial investment completed 2016.  Ongoing maintenance for the camera will be met by the Safer and Stronger Partnership.

Supporting Queen Mary Avenue school to setup an outdoor classroom

Queen Mary Avenue school serves the most deprived area of North Cleethorpes and they were looking to develop an outdoor classroom to enable the school children to engage with the natural world during their school time.  There had been fundraising of £10k+ already and BLNC provided an additional £5k support to allow the project to complete.

Read about this project here.

Funding provided and project completed 2016.