Over the last few days there have been a number of crimes reported in the North Cleethorpes area (burglaries and dog related). If you are a local resident and are subscribing to the free, My Community Alert system from Humberside Police, then you will have already learned about these incidents and would be able to […]
A big thank you to the team at JCS Fish for a donation of two surplus laptops to Big Local North Cleethorpes so that they can be used to support local families. Big Local and VANEL continue to try and support local families and residents who suffer from a lack of computer equipment. During lockdown, […]
A new project is looking to develop hidden skills in older people in order to give them opportunities for their own development. The project is called Hiddens Gems and is being delivered by Capacity Buildings Ltd with funding from Community Grants. The programme will operate in Cleethorpes only and aims to support older people (over […]
A local guide has been published explaining exactly who to contact to get advice and support around a range of issues related to finance and wellbeing. Please share this around your own networks and community so that it’s as easy as possible for people experiencing hardship to find out who to talk to. Download the […]
Volunteers have been busy making fabric face masks for distribution to people around Cleethorpes. Read on to find out more, see the photos, get involved or request a mask. Thanks to the great work of volunteers!
The North East Lincolnshire Community Safety Partnership (CSP) Crime Reduction Fund is now open again for 2020/21 applications. Read on for all the details.
This week is National Neighbourhood Watch Week (7th-13th June).
Whether or not you are part of a Neighbourhood Watch Group, their theme this year of “Celebrate your Neighbours” is relevant to us all. Read on to find out more about how everyone can connect with their neighbours.
VANEL have announced that a new programme is getting underway. The Removing Barriers to Work programme helps young people aged 18 to 30 years old to find their own personal pathways back into paid employment through learning, volunteering and undertaking community action projects with support in the communities where they live. Young people in North Cleethorpes will be able to take advantage of this, so read on for the details.
During the Covid-19 lockdown, the risks of domestic abuse are heightened and with many support services having to review their ways of working, it is important to reinforce the message that all of them are still operating, ready to hear from those affected and can help. Read on to find out important details about support for those suffering domestic abuse.