Steve Beasant

Liberal Democrat Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for Great Grimsby and Councillor for the East Marsh Learn more

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Andrew Stunell insisted yesterday that carbon reduction measures must be taken to “green-up” the country’s existing housing stock to reduce its carbon footprint and save households considerable sums of money on their energy bills. Speaking at the Policy Exchange, the Minister said that around three quarters of the housing stock that will exist in 2050 has […]

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Armed Forces Day celebrations

by Steve Beasant on 6 June, 2011

Air display, parade and attractions on June 25 A full air display and Lancaster salute flypast will take place on Saturday June 25 to celebrate Grimsby and Cleethorpes Armed Forces Day. The parade will form at St Peter’s Primary School, marching off at 2pm down St Peter’s Avenue, through the Market Place, and down Alexandra […]

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ORGANISERS say the third Armed Forces Day celebrations in Cleethorpes will be the biggest and best yet. Attractions heading to the resort on Saturday, June 25, will include a dazzling display by the Blades Aerobatic Team, a flypast by the Lancaster from the Battle of Britain Memorial Flight and a parade of former and existing […]

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Cleethorpes paddling pool will open for the summer on Saturday, June 4. Cleethorpes paddling pool will open for the summer on Saturday, June 4, and the council’s beach safety team are crossing their fingers for a run of good weather for visitors and day-trippers to enjoy. The paddling pool, which is next to the boating […]

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Atonement at Immingham’s Studio-1

by Steve Beasant on 1 June, 2011

Your chance to see Atonement, starring Keira Knightley and James McAvoy, at Immingham’s Studio-1. Community cinema venue, Studio-1, will be screening the fabulous ‘Atonement’ (15) on Thursday, June 16. Starring Keira Knightley and James McAvoy, the film is an adaptation of Ian McEwan’s best-selling book of the same name. Sponsored by PD Ports, the film […]

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PARTY AT PEOPLE’s PARK

by Steve Beasant on 26 May, 2011

On Tuesday 31 May, the Pre-school Learning Alliance will be celebrating their 50th anniversary with a party at People’s Park. Running between 12.30 and 2.30pm, the party is open to all families with children under the age of five. On the day there will be a picnic, craft and physical games and a big group […]

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ARTLANDISH WILL HELP YOU TO MAKE YOUR OWN CLOWN MASK

by Steve Beasant on 24 May, 2011

A series of workshops will take place during half term to help children make clown masks that they can keep. Children can have circus-themed fun by making their own clown masks at North East Lincolnshire Council’s libraries this half term. The craft sessions will be led by Artlandish and can be enjoyed by children and […]

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DON FOSTER HAILS CHANGES TO LIVE EVENT LICENSING

by Steve Beasant on 18 May, 2011

Liberal Democrat MP for Bath Don Foster has welcomed Government plans to scrap cumbersome regulations controlling entertainment licensing in England and Wales. The Coalition Government has said that it plans to scrap these prohibitive regulations and licenses will now only be required in situations where they are needed, such as when there are large crowds […]

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FAMILY FUN DAY AT MERIDIAN PARK

by Steve Beasant on 6 May, 2011

Saturday, May 28, will see fun for all the family at Meridian Park, Cleethorpes, as parents, carers and their children are being invited to take part in a Family Fun Day. Saturday, May 28, will see fun for all the family at Meridian Park, Cleethorpes, as parents, carers and their children are being invited to […]

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ERIC PICKLES WINS TALKING RUBBISH PRIZE

by Steve Beasant on 27 April, 2011

The following article was written by Stephen Tall and published today on the Liberal Democrat Voice Website. A few weeks ago, the Voice highlighted that three Tory ministers — Eric Pickles, Carloline Spelman and Bob Neill — were up for a very special gong: the Friends of the Earth Talking Rubbish Award to help debunk […]

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