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New research reveals that young women aged 25-49 in North East Lincolnshire are less likely to attend a smear test in comparison to women aged 50-64. This year in North East Lincolnshire only 77% of eligible young women had a smear test compared to 82% of women aged 50-64. Every year in the UK, over […]

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Are your doing enough to protect your cycle?

by Steve Beasant on 8 January, 2016

Lock your cycles with a decent lock to keep them out of the clutches of criminals. Humberside Police are urging people to secure their cycles with decent locks to avoid the chance of them being targeted by thieves. In the vast amount of cases cycles stolen in the force area are taken when they are […]

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Grand Opening of Grant Thorold Community Hub

by Steve Beasant on 7 January, 2016

The Grant Thorold Community Hub has finally re-opened after nearly a year of closure.  The grand opening took place on the 8th December 2015, at 11.00am.  The hub will be run by the Liber Community Interest Company, which consists of a partnership between Care4all and Your Community Hub, the two have joined together to breathe […]

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A new campaign was launched today encouraging parents in North East Lincolnshire to get “Sugar Smart” and take control of their children’s sugar intake. The Change4Life campaign follows revelations that four-to-10 year olds consume an estimated 5,500 sugar cubes a year (22kg), weighing the same as an average five-year-old. Currently, 26% of four to five-year-olds […]

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Why not make a New Year’s Resolution that keeps your new Christmas presents and New Year Sales purchases safe? Officers are urging people to get new gifts receive over Christmas registered for free on the property logging website www.Immobilise.com. The crime prevention step will mean if new property is lost or stolen it can be […]

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Charges in connection with Bookmaker robberies

by Steve Beasant on 31 December, 2015

Grimsby: 25-year-old faces eight charges Charges have now been brought following the arrest of a 25 year old man on Christmas Day on Castle Street Grimsby. Joshua Dempsey (25) of Convamore Rd in Grimsby is charged with two counts of robbery on the 3 and 6 December 2015 at the Betfred Bookmakers of Ladysmith Road […]

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Sheds, Garages and Allotments – Shut it, lock it, keep it

by Steve Beasant on 30 December, 2015

Garden sheds, outbuildings and garages packed with tools, machinery and other valuable equipment offer easy pickings to thieves. Take the right precautions to help prevent becoming a victim of crime and reduce the risk of having your property stolen. Mark your property to improve your chances of getting it traced and returned to you if it is […]

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Witnesses sought to disturbance in Grant Thorold Park area.

by Steve Beasant on 30 December, 2015

Grimsby: Circumstances investigated  Independent witnesses are sought to an incident reported as having taken place yesterday morning around 7:15am in the Grant Thorold Park area of Grimsby Two men and a woman were said to be in conversation with another man in Cooper Road at around 7:15am yesterday, Tuesday 29 December 2015. A dispute is alleged […]

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A full list of which North East Lincolnshire pharmacies are open over the Christmas and New Year Bank Holiday period, together with their opening times can be found here. Every year, millions of us visit our GP with minor health problems that our local pharmacist could resolve. It’s estimated 50 million visits to the GP […]

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Warning of scam targeting elderly

by Steve Beasant on 3 December, 2015

Please share crime prevention advice with your loved ones A warning has been issued to vulnerable residents after a number of elderly victims were targeted by males and females pretending to be profoundly deaf. The latest victim, an 84-year-old Waltham woman, fell foul of the con between 5pm and 6.30pm on Tuesday, December 1. A […]

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