Glyn from the Neighbourhood Watch Network reminds us how to protect our property more as the dark nights arrive.
Local news and information from around Cleethorpes
Music makers have been having a tough time over the past few months with the opportunities for live performances really cut back. Big Local North Cleethorpes has long supported local arts and culture programmes and has been a keen supporter of the Moon on the Water music venue which in recent months has had to […]
If you wander along North Promenade now, you’ll be greeted by a touch of the tropics in the form of eight new Palm trees that have appeared to brighten up the prom courtesy of Big Local North Cleethorpes. Visit the palm trees and visit the businesses in the area whilst you are at it. Some […]
Across North Cleethorpes there are 10 charity shops. All raise money for good causes, help with recycling unwanted items, provide jobs and volunteering opportunities and provide additional community connectivity. Big Local encourages you to support your local Charity Shops! The shops of course have been closed for a while now – and some still are. […]
Today’s update from NELC on covid-19 restrictions in Cleethorpes and North East Lincolnshire in light of relaxing of restrictions from 4th July. Read on…
Hammond House Productions have produced two new videos about the Cleethorpes Carnival and about the Cleethorpes Folk Festival that you’ll enjoy watching. Find out about the project and how to watch the videos…
A new marketing campaign has been launched by North East Lincolnshire Council and E-Factor to encourage residents and businesses in North East Lincolnshire to be loyal to buying local and supporting local businesses. Read on to find out about Loyal to Local and other campaigns to support local shops.
VANEL has received Heritage Lottery funding to explore ideas around creating a green route through Cleethorpes. VANEL will work alongside Big Local North Cleethorpes to work with Cleethorpes residents to research the existing natural heritage in public parks and gardens; other green spaces; alleyways and along the seafront, in order to explore the feasibility of connecting them together using green ‘corridor’ mapping to create a green route. We’re just getting started, so read on to find out more and to complete out first survey!
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.