A body which went unidentified for more than two decades has been identified as a man from Cleethorpes thanks to modern detective work.
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Around 2,500 women will take part in the Race for Life in Cleethorpes this morning to raise money for Cancer Research UK. The event kicks off with a mass aerobics warm-up, including a performing the "Cancer Slam" - a dance routine choreographed especially for the Race for Life.
Cleethorpes Leisure Centre’s changing rooms are set to be overhauled thanks to £317, 000 of NationalLottery funding from Sport England.
– Councillor Mick Burnett, North East Lincolnshire Council
“Swimming is one of the most popular sports in our borough so we’re thrilled that our bid to create a new poolside changing village at Cleethorpes has been successful. This investment will bring the changing rooms bang up to date with a family friendly layout, cubicles with baby changing, better facilities for disabled people and individual shower cubicles. The new changing rooms will encourage more people to take up sport and make full use of the excellent leisure facilities we have in North East Lincolnshire.”
The council submitted a funding bid to Sport England to contribute to a £635,000 refurbishment programme with the remainder of the budget coming from the council’s capital fund. Refurbishment work is set to be carried out during the winter of 2013.
A man from Cleethorpes has put his free time to good use - he's cleaning the street armed with a broom and shovel - fuelled by his hatred of dog mess.
After getting tired of all the rubbish on the streets in Cleethorpes, 39-year-old Mark Dunlavey has decided to take matters into his own hands. Armed with a broom, he is clearing up the street litter and tidying it away into his own bin.
A Victorian-era pleasure pier put up for auction narrowly missed a sale as bids fell below the guide price of £400,000.
Buyers offered up to £390,000 for the 335-ft Cleethorpes Pier in North East Lincolnshire.
But Lincoln-based Swindells Auctioneers said they remained confident a deal can be struck with one of the failed bidders in the coming weeks.
The historic Cleethorpes Pier is going up for sale in a week or two. Already there's been quite a lot of interest. Chris Kiddey reports.
Lifeboat crews at Cleethorpes rescued 51 people last year, the Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) has revealed.
Cleethorpes was one of the RNLI's busiest stations in the north of England,with 50 lifeboat launches.
Across the north, RNLI volunteers launched lifeboats 1,024 times from the charity's 33 stations.
– Michael Vlasto, RNLI operations director
The figures show that our volunteers dedicate a huge amount of their time to saving lives at sea. To know that they are on call 24/7, every day of the year is reassuring for all of us who venture out to sea around the UK and Ireland. And it's not just our crew who are committed to our charity, they wouldn't be able to carry out their lifesaving work without the incredible generosity of the public and I would like to say a huge thank you to all those who support the RNLI, whether by giving up their time or by making a donation."
Specially-trained birds are being used at schools in Lincolnshire to stop seagulls attacking children.
The birds of prey are being used at Tollbar and Cleethorpes Academies to frighten the sea gulls.
The gulls have been dive-bombing children during their playground breaks. It is thought the process to drive the gulls away will only take a few weeks.
The 23 year mystery of a missing man from North East Lincolnshire has now been solved thanks to advances in DNA technology. Michael Sutherland from Cleethorpes vanished in 1989 - but his whereabouts have only just been discovered - more than two decades on.
His body had washed up on a beach in Norfolk - but police at the time were unable to identify him. He's since laid in an unmarked grave - until a missing persons inquiry led officers to his grave last year. Lorna Prichard reports.
A body that washed up on a beach in Norfolk twenty-three years ago has been identified as a man from Cleethorpes.
Michael Sutherland was buried in an unmarked grave in Weybourne, North Norfolk in 1990. His family say identifying his body through forensic testing, has given them closure.
We have spoken to his sister, Ann Stockton.