Hundreds of visitors turned out for the Cleethorpes airshow today. On the final day of the weekend event crowds lines the promenade to catch a glimpse of the stunning display by the Red Arrows.
People are being encouraged to take part in a walk along Cleethorpes promenade to raise money for a diabetes charity. The Mayor of North East Lincolnshire, Councillor Peggy Elliott, will open the event, which is in aid of Diabetes UK, at 11am on June 9.
Walkers will meet near the leisure centre on the promenade and can choose to walk as much as they want to of the two-mile distance. The walk is open to people all ages, is wheelchair friendly and dogs are welcome as long as they are kept on leads.
Organisers of the Workers' Memorial Day in Lincolnshire will particularly be remembering the following people who died of work-related injuries.
- Tim Elton
- Paul Doyley
- Ann Mawer
- Warren Peacock
- Keith Herring
- Robert Greenacre
- Alan Burr
- Eric William Bradley
- Stanley Smith
- John Dewhurst
- Tracy Chapman- Woods
- Justin Gillman
- Mark Bird
- Derek Walker
- Reverend David Peacock
- Michael Buston
- Bert Ling
- Mike Brown
- David Bell Smyth
- Mark Douglas Wright
- Reginald George Edwards
- Alan Murphy
- Alison Holmes
- John Boniface
- Allan Whittles
- Stephen Vaughen Cox
- Julie Ann Pearson
- Robert Paul Pearson
Events are being held across the region to mark Workers' Memorial Day today.
A service has been held in Immingham this morning at the Workers' Memorial on Pelham Road.
One of the workers who will be remembered at today's Workers' Memorial Day is Ann Mawer, who died alongside her friend Sue Barker, in a blast at Fred's Taxis in Immingham in 2007 when petrol on the premises ignited.
Events will be held in North East Lincolnshire to mark Workers' Memorial Day today.
A service will be held in Immingham at 10am at the Workers' Memorial on Pelham Road.
In Grimsby, a service will be held at 1pm at the Workers' Memorial, and another will be held in Cleethorpes at 3pm in the Pier Gardens.
Fed up villagers were delighted when the local council decided to clamp down on inconsiderate drivers parking on grass verges.
People in Waltham in North East Lincolnshire have been campaigning for years, but now that the ban is due to come in - it seems the signs warning motorists have rather muddied the issue.
North East Lincolnshire Council says it will have to make further savings after its spending power was cut by more than 5% next year.
Council bosses say the financial settlement given to the authority by the government was worse than previously feared and means it will have to find an extra £8 million in savings by the end of 2015.
The council leader, Chris Shaw, says he will write to the government claiming unfair treatment.
More than 13,500 homes in North East Lincolnshire are in fuel poverty, according to figures released by the council. It means just under 20% of the households in the borough face the daily decision whether to keep warm or to eat.