Other opportunities to have your say in North East Lincolnshire

Travel and Leisure in Grimsby Town Centre

In July, we will bid for monies from the Government to further our work within Grimsby Town Centre. One bid will focus on leisure, retail, and entertainment developments. The other must relate directly to transport.

Your thoughts will help to strengthen our two bids to see major a re-invention of Grimsby Town Centre in the decade ahead.

Find out more and have your say here: https://tell-us.questionpro.eu/LUFbids

Closes 4 July


Children’s Transport Survey

We’re currently reviewing our Children’s Transport Services and we want to hear about the thoughts and experiences of those families that currently use transport paid for by North East Lincolnshire Council (NELC).

Parents and carers are legally responsible for making sure a child attends school. However, in some cases the local authority has a duty to support parents and carers with transport to school.

We have been working with parents to design this survey and it is specifically about the transport children use that is paid for by NELC. This could include going to and from school, family contact time and activities.

We would like to encourage you to complete this survey with your child present to help capture their views.

https://tell-us.questionpro.eu/Child-Transport

Survey closes 22 July 2022.


Improving Walking & Cycling connections near Grimsby Town Centre

We have been awarded £346,000 to make getting around easier for pedestrians and cyclists near Grimsby Town Centre.

You can help by completing the survey and telling us about your experiences of using the Ainslie Street, Park Drive and Park Avenue route.

Your comments on this route and the surrounding area will aid in the design and delivery of this project.

You can have your say here: https://nelincs.commonplace.is/


Growing up in a coastal community research project

We have an exciting opportunity for local people to share their memories and experiences through a project designed and developed by local young people in partnership with University College London with a theme of growing up in a coastal community.

To carry out the research the young people have helped to plan and prepare a number of interactive activities to gather the research with young people (aged 16-25) and Older people (aged 60+ who were a teenager in the area). These include small focus groups, 1-1 interviews and community walks. The focus groups and walks are planned to take around 2 hours and the 1-1 interviews around 30-45 minutes each. All participants will be invited to hear the findings of the research and next steps.

The dates for the planned community activities that need to be booked are :

Walking interview
Saturday 18th June 10.30am – 12.30pm
Grimsby Town Centre from the Fishing Heritage Centre
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ucl-growing-up-in-a-coastal-community-research-project-walking-interview-tickets-336640790667

Focus group
Tuesday 21st June 5.30 – 7.30pm
Grimsby Town Hall
https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/ucl-growing-up-in-a-coastal-community-research-project-focus-group-3-tickets-336656447497

If you meet the age criteria book yourself onto a session and share your stories with young people

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