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Humberside Police want to speak to witnesses to an incident that happened in Pasture Street, Grimsby at the junction with Heneage Road at 1420hrs on Tuesday 21 October. A 20-year-old local man was approached by a group of youths and one of the teenage boys in the group tried to grab his mobile telephone from […]

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Tuesday, 28th October 2014 (starting at 6pm), is the monthly meeting of East Marsh Involve and will be held, as usual the meeting is being held on the last Tuesday of the month. The venue, as usual is the Grimsby Neighbourhood Centre which is situated on the corner of Wellington Street and Weelsby Street. Each […]

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At a meeting of East Marsh Involve to consult with residents of the High Rise Neighbourhood both Councillor Steve Beasant and Labour’s prospective parliamentary candidate Melanie Onn addressed the meeting. Speaking after the Chair of East Marsh Involve, John Harrison had welcomed local residents to the Consultation Event, Steve said: “I am not going to […]

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Just before Steve Beasant left to go to the Lib Dem Autumn Conference he called for a special full council meeting to debate the demolition of the East Marsh tower blocks. On 4th October the Grimsby Telegraph reported: Ward councillor Steve Beasant has submitted a notice of motion calling for a select committee to be […]

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Following last week’s Full Council, Liberal Democrat Councillor for the East Marsh Steve Beasant told one of his colleagues: Our Labour-run Council is letting down the children of our Borough, over 200 names were presented to a meeting of the Portfolio Holder and now Labour are just playing delaying tactics. Our Children are more important […]

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Humberside Police are appealing for independent witnesses to come forward following the report of an assault on Oxford Street in Grimsby on Saturday 27 September. The incident is said to have taken place at around 1645hrs as a woman walked along the street with her young daughter. Three people who were known to the woman […]

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POLICE are reminding residents to be vigilant to bogus callers following an incident reported in Willing Way in Grimsby on 23 September 2014. An elderly woman reported allowing access to her home to a male caller asking to use her toilet at around 2000hrs on Tuesday 23 September. The woman was returning to her address […]

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Steve Beasant is calling for the community to rally round to save the Grimsby’s iconic Central Hall from closure. The venue which first opened its doors 80 years ago and has seen the likes of Iron Maiden, Gilbert O’Sullivan and the BBC Symphony Orchestra perform there – is set to close due to a lack […]

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1,000s Benefit From Open Door Service

by Steve Beasant on 26 September, 2014

Grimsby’s unique Open Door GP surgery, which offers much more than health services, has helped even more people turn their lives around since moving to a new premises last year. Alongside the GP service, Open Door offers health care and social support services, information, advice and guidance under one roof to people living in the […]

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Hundreds of local residents are facing the prospect of having their lives ‘turned upside down’, due to Shoreline’s decision to demolish the East Marsh High-Rise Skyline. Nearly 650 people will be moved to new homes across the North East Lincolnshire away from the six high-rise blocks in Grimsby and the Comber Place maisonettes, which will […]

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