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Cleethorpes in Bloom relaunches with a new logo and positive attitude

Determined to put the past firmly behind them - Cleethorpes in Bloom was officially re-launched at The Constitutional Club, Cleethorpes - with a brand new logo and outlook for 2017. For the first time, other In Bloom committees got together from Grimsby,

19 min. ago in Yorkshire & Humber
 

No swearing policy is a good thing says Crow's Nest regular

After we reported on the The Crows Nest Hotel in Balmoral Road implementing a 'zero tolerance' policy on profanities being used at the Cleethorpes venue - a pub regular says they support the move. Nigel Pexman, 54 from Cleethorpes is a regular at The Cro

today, 22:07 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Work gets off to a shaky start for the new Cleethorpes flood defences as digger gets stuck!

WORK began today on the £1.5 million of flood defences at the North Promenade in Cleethorpes but came to a grinding halt this afternoon. As previously reported nearly 12,000 tonnes of rock from Norway are to be used in the project area, which was left de

today, 21:20 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Woman who sent Facebook message while driving is jailed after causing death of grandfather

A WOMAN driver was sending a birthday message to a friend on Facebook when she caused the death of a pensioner who had stopped to help his grandson when his car broke down. Wendy Thompson, 53, whose address was given at a previous hearing as Windsor Way

today, 20:31 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Grimsby firm Topcon Construction Ltd denies liability after worker was injured by falling light

A COMPANY has denied two offences after being prosecuted by the Health and Safety Executive over an accident involving injuries to a worker. Topcon Construction Ltd, of Louth Road, Scartho, Grimsby, is accused of failing to ensure the health and safety o

today, 17:41 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

What happened to spring? Council gritters to hit Grimsby-area roads tonight

May might only be a week away but gritters will be out in force across North East Lincolnshire tonight as temperatures plummet. North East Lincolnshire Council have said that because of a risk of wintry showers this evening, it is necessary to send out a

today, 16:33 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

How did our area's London Marathon runners get on?

THERE are some aching legs in the Grimsby area today after fundraisers took part in the London Marathon. Along with thousands of other runners, from up and down the country, there was a strong local contingent at the marquee event. But the hard-yards wer

today, 16:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

REVEALED: Opening date for Papa's Fish and Chips at Cleethorpes Pier

PAPA'S Fish and Chips at Cleethorpes Pier will finally open its doors for business on Saturday. The Pier's £250,000 transformation into the UK's biggest fish and chip restaurant is now complete, with the Papas family now brimming with excitement to welco

today, 15:05 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Astronomer supports Lincolnshire street light switch off

A Lincolnshire astronomer has given his support to a controversial that has seen 42,000 street lights turned off across the county in the last 12 months. In a bid to save £41 million, Lincolnshire County Council has in recent months, commissioned that st

today, 14:12 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Grimsby Town fans BANNED from taking inflatables to Barnet

GRIMSBY Town fans have been BANNED from taking inflatables to Saturday's clash with Barnet. In last season's corresponding fixture, a huge travelling army of Mariners fans – and their inflatables – descended on The Hive, to protest at the treatment of fe

today, 13:49 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Three arrested following burglary at Market Rasen garden centre

Three men have been arrested in connection with a number of burglaries in Lincolnshire, including a Market Rasen garden centre. The men aged 19, 20 and 21, were arrested in the early hours of this morning (Monday, April 24), on suspicion of targeting the

today, 12:05 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Watch out - new speeding laws start TODAY!

From today, drivers could now be fined almost two weeks wages of they are caught speeding. New sentencing guidelines, that have been introduced today, mean that drivers who are caught speeding can be fined up to 175 per cent of their weekly income, as op

today, 11:50 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Delays expected as work begins on improvements to Victor Street junction

Drivers are being warned of delays as traffic light upgrade works have commenced at a busy junction in Grimsby. Work has begun today to upgrade the traffic lights at the junction of Victor Street and Cleethorpe Road, with drivers being told to expect del

today, 11:38 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

A Cleethorpes pub can now ask you to leave for using bad language

Drinkers at a Cleethorpes pub could now face being thrown out for using bad language. Samuel Smith pubs have now implemented the company's 'zero tolerance' policy, which means that profanities will now be banned in all of their establishments. The chain

today, 11:27 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

When 'plucky' ladies made footballing debut at Blundell Park in 1921 - but were banned months later

Following on from articles about the foundations of women's football beginning in Grimsby in 1886 and the pioneers like Nettie Honeyball putting their boots on, we delve further into the archives. Grimsby Telegraph reader Robert Briggs emailed to see if

today, 09:07 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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