A centre for seafarers will officially reopen today, nine months after devastating flooding caused thousands of pounds worth of damage.
The mission needed to have its building completely stripped out after the Immingham docks' defences were breached in the tidal surge last December.
As the tide overtopped the docks, water swept into the centre bringing with it fish, debris and contaminated water.
The centre will be officially opened by a Port Director from Associated British Ports, John Fitzgerald.
ABP provided temporary accommodation so that the mission could continue giving seafarers communication links with their families around the world.