A project supported by Arts Council England has launched its exhibition after a six-month project involving artists from across North East Lincolnshire. The ArtSPEAK/ArtWORK project exhibition is now on show in Cleethorpes, exhibiting the work of Eileen Bunn, Jason Carlisle, Terry Clarke, Lee Gilby, Heather Pickwell, Tina Waller, Michael Wilde and Sally Yarrington.
The ticket details for a huge Cleethorpes Fireworks Festival that will generate one of the "best atmospheres the town has ever seen" have been revealed. Firework lovers will almost certainly remember, remember the fifth of November 2016 for a many years to come, after the major plans for a huge Bonfire Night bonanza were unveiled earlier this month.
APPOINTMENT: Healing Manor owner Mark Brennan, central, with manager Nick Kilmartin, and communications manager Emma Lingard to the business. Picture: Jon Corken STAFF and customers of Healing Manor have been reassured it is business as usual after the venue was put up for sale, with an asking price of A 2.9 million.
Reporter Peter Craig finds out what the new chapter in the history of Louth's Dexters Alehouse has brought to the watering hole ... AVING the label "new" is a great advantage for a restaurant or gastrobar as the new Dexters Alehouse and Kitchen of Louth is called. Customers are flocking to the Kidgate bar restaurant to try it out since it opened last month.
A plan to transform the former Cleethorpes Tourist Information Centre into a coffee shop has been given the go-ahead. Council planners have approved an application for planning permission from Charlotte Taylor for the change of the use of the site at 42-43 Alexandra Road.
Rod Temperton, a prolific English songwriter and self-taught musician who penned the disco-defining "Boogie Nights," the soul standard "Always and Forever" and the Michael Jackson smash "Thriller," has died in London. He was reportedly 66, but other sources put his age at 73. His music publisher, Warner/Chappell, said in a statement on Oct. 5 that Mr. Temperton had died last week of an "aggressive" cancer.
Theresa May used her closing speech at the Conservative Party conference to call for a more inclusive and "fairer&q... Theresa May used her closing speech to the Conservative Party conference to speak directly to people in Northern Lincolnshire and attract Labour voters, according to the region's MPs. Having got talk of Brexit out of the way with an early speech to the party faithful on Sunday, the Prime Minister focused on her "vision" for the UK in which she stressed the need for "fairness" in society, especially for those who felt it was not working for them.
December is traditionally a time when friends and family get together for social outings and in North East Lincolnshire, there is a variety of entertainment sure to There's everything from live stage shows, to traditional pantomimes, to boxing and ballet. Take a look through our handy guide to a selection of events around Grimsby and Cleethorpes.