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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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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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For well over 10 years, local Liberal Democrats have delivered an annual Christmas Card to all residents on the East Marsh. Last year for the first time Liberal Democrat Councillor for the East Marsh, Steve Beasant approached St Mary’s Academy to design the festive card. This year, Steve approached Weelsby Academy and he was amazed […]

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Till stolen from animal hospital

by Steve Beasant on 30 November, 2015

Grimsby premises damaged and cash taken  Police are appealing for information after a till was stolen from the Blue Cross Animal Hospital in Nelson Street Grimsby last week. The incident happened around 1am on Tuesday 17 November when the premises were broken into and the till containing a small amount of cash was taken. A […]

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Grant Thorold Community Hub – Grand Opening

by Steve Beasant on 26 November, 2015

The Grant Thorold Community Hub is finally opening after nearly a year of closure. The grand opening will take 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 […]

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Teens robbed in Grant Thorold Park

by Steve Beasant on 6 October, 2015

Can you help identify those responsible? Witnesses are being sought after two 15-year-old girls were robbed as they walked through Grimsby’s Grant Thorold Park. The incident happened between 9.45pm and 10.15pm on Friday, October 2. The girls were approached by a group of three girls, aged between 16 and 18, who shouted abuse at them. […]

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Operation Impact launches today on the East Marsh

by Steve Beasant on 21 September, 2015

Local community urged to join in.  An event to help identify the issues affecting the East Marsh is being held today and members of the community are urged to come along. The session being held between 9am and midday at Central Hall in Duncombe Street in the town will be attended by representatives from Humberside […]

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Week of Action to tackle issues in the East Marsh

by Steve Beasant on 18 September, 2015

People living in the East Marsh are being urged to stand up and be counted by taking part in a week long initiative being launched on next week in the town. Operation Impact will see a multi-agency approach to tackling problem areas across the whole of the Humberside Police force area with the initiative kicking […]

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Former shop owner fined £4,000 after illicit tobacco find

by Steve Beasant on 11 September, 2015

A former shop owner has been fined £4,000 and ordered to pay £685 in costs and charges after Trading Standards officers from North East Lincolnshire Council found illicit cigarettes and tobacco during three separate visits. Darbas Mallah Hassan, 28, former owner of the Cornershop Newsagent and Slavika in Freeman Street, Grimsby, pleaded guilty to 10 […]

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GRIMSBY’s Grant Thorold Library, which closed last year due to funding cuts, has gained new hope of being reopened as a community hub. Your Community Hub – the organisation that runs the former Humberston Library – and local charity Care4all have gone into partnership to take over the library, based in Durban Road on the […]

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