Steve Beasant

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An elderly woman has reported having her purse snatched as she approached her home in Buttermere Way, Grimsby on Friday 27 February 2015. The woman was returning home at around 1130hrs on Friday and on arrival at her front door, she was approached from behind by an unknown man who took the keys from the […]

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North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group is working with local partners to provide local people with care needs an alternative to residential care home admission. Strand Court, extra care housing scheme is the first of five schemes that will offer purpose built homes for the elderly and frail people of North East Lincolnshire. It will […]

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East Marsh Involve: it is #YourNeighbourhoodForum

by Steve Beasant on 22 February, 2015

This Tuesday, 24th February 2015 (starting at 6pm), will be the monthly meeting of 2015 for East Marsh Involve and will be held, as usual the meeting is being held on the last Tuesday of the month. The venue, is the Grimsby Neighbourhood Centre which is situated on the corner of Wellington Street and Weelsby […]

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Humberside Police is appealing for independent witnesses following an alleged purse theft on Salacon Way, Grimsby between 1400hrs and 1500hrs on Monday 16 February 2015. A 66-year-old woman left Aldi supermarket and was walking towards her home when a man ran from behind her and allegedly grabbed her bag before leaving in the direction of […]

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Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses to an incident in which a woman had a purse snatched Thursday evening in Grimsby. The 60 year old woman who had visited the Aldi store in Cleethorpes Road in Grimsby between 1835hrs and 1845hrs on Thursday evening, 12 February 2015 was in the car park when a man snatched the […]

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Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses following three recent separate incidents of robbery in the Grimsby area. The first occurred as a 16 year old boy was walking alone along Tom Hammond Way between 2315hrs on 7 February 2015 and 0120hrs on 8 February 2015 when he states he was joined by two older white […]

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Appeal following fire at property on Rutland Street

by Steve Beasant on 27 January, 2015

POLICE are regarding a fire at a property on Rutland Street in Grimsby on Saturday 24 January 2015 as suspicious. An amount of refuse which had been collected in the garden of the property appears to have been deliberately set alight sometime around 0245hrs on Saturday 24 January 2015. Part of the property was damaged […]

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Two men have been charged with burglary following an incident at the Corporation Arms public house in Freeman Street, Grimsby at the weekend. Officers were called at 0410hrs on Saturday 24 January to reports of a burglary in progress. Uniform patrols attended and an area search located two men who were arrested in connection with […]

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East Marsh Involve: #YourNeighbourhoodForum

by Steve Beasant on 26 January, 2015

Tomorrow night, Tuesday, 27th January 2015 (starting at 6pm), will be the first monthly meeting of 2015 for East Marsh Involve and will be held, as usual the meeting is being held on the last Tuesday of the month. The venue, is the Grimsby Neighbourhood Centre which is situated on the corner of Wellington Street […]

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Age UK is supporting the East Marsh with a 50+ day

by Steve Beasant on 16 January, 2015

You may have read in the Grimsby Evening Telegraph that AgeUK North East Lincolnshire has organised a one day event (10.00am until 4.00pm on Friday 6th February at their Osborne Street premises) to reach out to the 50+ age group living in the East Marsh area. Age UK will be laying on door-to-door transport for […]

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