North East Lincolnshire

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. '''Blundell Park''' is a football (Association football) ground (stadium) in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, England and home to Grimsby Town Football Club (Grimsby Town F.C.). The stadium was built in 1898, but only one of the original stands remains. The current capacity of the ground is 9546, after being made all-seater in summer 1995. Several relegations in previous years meant the expansion seating was also taken away; that reduced the capacity further from in and around 12,000 to what it is now. '''Lincolnshire Police''' is the territorial police force covering the non-metropolitan county of Lincolnshire in the East Midlands of England. Despite the name, the force's area does not include North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire, which are covered by Humberside Police instead. '''John Shelton Fenty''' born (28 November 1961 in Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire) is a Conservative (Conservative Party (UK)) councillor for the Humberston and New Waltham ward of North East Lincolnshire Council (North East Lincolnshire). accessdate 2008-12-30 work BBC News On 9 January 2009, Kalala began to hold talks over a permanent switch back to the club. Newell had hoped the further accusitions of fellow French speaking players Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro and Mickael Buscher would sway his decision to re-join the club permanently. However, due to the clubs current low league position, Kalala snubbed a permanent contract, but did however extend his loan stay with the North East Lincolnshire club until the end of the season. Little under two months later, Kalala got injured, forcing him to spend the last two months of the season on the sidelines. He played 21 times in his loan spell, scoring twice. His final game for the club was on 11 March 2009, in a 2–1 defeat against Chesterfield (Chesterfield F.C.). '''Pleasure Island Family Theme Park''' is a Theme Park in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, England. It is commonly known simply as '''Pleasure Island'''. The park opened on 27 May 1993 and was originally a subsidiary of Flamingo Land Ltd. Pleasure Island became independent of Flamingo Land in May 2010 and is now owned and operated by DewarSavile Enterprises Ltd.


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are other professional sides who Lincoln view as rivals, although all three compete in the Humber Derby between themselves and supporters of these clubs view that as there natural local derby as opposed to playing against Lincoln. - 73 North East Lincolnshire unitary Yorkshire and the Humber 157,300 820 - '''Scartho''' is a suburb located in the southern part of Grimsby, England, in the county of North East Lincolnshire. with a population of around 11,000. Up until the end of the Second World War it was a village; subsequent post-war expansion on the greenfield areas between Scartho and Grimsby has resulted in the village becoming a suburb. Its population has been boosted due to recent urban developments such as the one at Scartho Top. *One is North Lincolnshire (centred on Scunthorpe). This is the former districts of Glanford and Scunthorpe, as well as the Isle of Axholme which had become the southern part of Boothferry. *The second is North East Lincolnshire comprising the former districts of Great Grimsby (Great Grimsby (borough)) and Cleethorpes (Cleethorpes (borough)). - Unitary authority (Unitary authorities of England) Bath and North East Somerset · Bedford (Bedford (borough)) · Blackburn with Darwen · Blackpool · Bournemouth (Bournemouth (borough)) · Bracknell Forest · Brighton and Hove · Bristol · Central Bedfordshire · Cheshire East · Cheshire West and Chester · Cornwall · County Durham · Derby · Darlington (Darlington (borough)) · East Riding of Yorkshire · Halton (Halton (borough)) · Hartlepool (Hartlepool (borough)) · Herefordshire · Isle of Wight · Kingston upon Hull · Leicester · Luton · Medway · Middlesbrough (Middlesbrough (borough)) · Milton Keynes (Milton Keynes (borough)) · North East Lincolnshire · North Lincolnshire · North Somerset · Northumberland · Nottingham · Peterborough (City of Peterborough) · Plymouth · Poole · Portsmouth · Reading (Borough of Reading) · Redcar and Cleveland · Rutland · Slough · Southampton · Southend-on-Sea · South Gloucestershire · Stockton-on-Tees (Stockton-on-Tees (borough)) · Stoke-on-Trent ·Shropshire ·Swindon (Swindon (borough)) · Telford and Wrekin  · Thurrock · Torbay · Warrington · West Berkshire · Wiltshire (Wiltshire Council) · Windsor and Maidenhead (Royal Borough of Windsor and Maidenhead) · Wokingham (Wokingham (district)) · York ! 55 DAB The Belmont transmitter broadcasts BBC National DAB, Digital One and MXR Yorkshire. For Lincolnshire, a DAB multiplex could have only been realistically established by financial investment from the Lincs FM Group, and other transmitter positions could theoretically be used. The DAB licence, was advertised in October 2007, which will not cover Stamford (Stamford, Lincolnshire) or South Holland (South Holland, Lincolnshire), but will cover North Lincolnshire (Scunthorpe) and North East Lincolnshire (Grimsby). On 24 January 2008, the company MuxCo Lincolnshire was the only company to bid for the Lincolnshire DAB licence. It is 51% owned by the Lincs FM Group, and will have transmitters at Belmont, High Hunsley (in East Yorkshire), Grantham and Lincoln County Hospital. They were awarded the DAB licence on 19 February 2008. Transmissions were expected to begin by July 2009, but funding for the project has delayed the roll-out to at least late-2010. '''BBC Radio Humberside''' is a BBC Local Radio service covering the area of the former English (England) county (metropolitan and non-metropolitan counties of England) of Humberside, which was returned to North Lincolnshire, North East Lincolnshire the East Riding of Yorkshire and the City of Kingston upon Hull on 1 April 1996. - 171 North East Lincolnshire 191.84 Unitary, Borough Lincolnshire - A further local government reform in 1996 abolished Humberside, and the parts south of the Humber became the unitary authorities of North Lincolnshire and North East Lincolnshire. These areas became part of Lincolnshire for ceremonial purposes such as the Lord-Lieutenancy (Lord-Lieutenant), but are not covered by the Lincolnshire police. These two authorities are in the Yorkshire and the Humber region. '''Immingham''' (sometimes known locally as '''Ming-Ming''' British Antarctic Survey - 26 October 2002 - Arrival in Immingham or simply '''Ming''') is a town in the North East Lincolnshire unitary authority of England, located on the south bank of the Humber Estuary. It is six miles (10 km) north west of Grimsby. thumb right Aerial view (Image:Grimsby Dock Tower (aerial view).jpg) '''Grimsby Dock Tower''' is a hydraulic accumulator tower and a famous maritime landmark in Grimsby, North East Lincolnshire, England. It was completed on 27 March 1852 with the purpose of containing a 30,000 UK gallon (136 m³) hydraulic wrought iron reservoir at a height of '''Pleasure Island Family Theme Park''' is a Theme Park in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, England. It is commonly known simply as '''Pleasure Island'''. The park opened on 27 May 1993 and was originally a subsidiary of Flamingo Land Ltd. Pleasure Island became independent of Flamingo Land in May 2010 and is now owned and operated by DewarSavile Enterprises Ltd.


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: www.geograph.org.uk photo 368464 headquarters are on ''Cleethorpe Road'' next to the A180. The local radio stations are BBC Radio Humberside (which has a studio on ''Victoria Street'' manned by Lara King), Lincs FM, Viking FM and the exclusively North East Lincolnshire-based Compass FM. The transmitter for Compass FM and EMAP Humberside (Lincs FM DAB) is on top of a block of flats in East Marsh. Terrestrial television coverage based in the area are the BBC who share the radio facilities on Victoria Street and ITV Yorkshire (Yorkshire Television) who have a news unit based in Immingham. Channel 7 Television (Seven (UK TV channel)) is a satellite and cable-based station which has studios in Immingham and the Grimsby Institute. West of the main campus Further west lies Weston Park, the Weston Park Museum, the Harold Cantor Gallery, sports facilities (Goodwin Sports Centre) in the Crookesmoor area, and the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health around the Royal Hallamshire Hospital (although these subjects are taught in the city's extensive teaching hospitals under the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and throughout South Yorkshire and North East Lincolnshire). It is in this area that the new £12m Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience (SITraN), opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in November 2010, is located. '''Pleasure Island Family Theme Park''' is a Theme Park in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, England. It is commonly known simply as '''Pleasure Island'''. The park opened on 27 May 1993 and was originally a subsidiary of Flamingo Land Ltd. Pleasure Island became independent of Flamingo Land in May 2010 and is now owned and operated by DewarSavile Enterprises Ltd.


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for Compass FM and EMAP Humberside (Lincs FM DAB) is on top of a block of flats in East Marsh. Terrestrial television coverage based in the area are the BBC who share the radio facilities on Victoria Street and ITV Yorkshire (Yorkshire Television) who have a news unit based in Immingham. Channel 7 Television (Seven (UK TV channel)) is a satellite and cable-based station which has studios in Immingham and the Grimsby Institute. West of the main campus Further west lies Weston Park, the Weston Park Museum, the Harold Cantor Gallery, sports facilities (Goodwin Sports Centre) in the Crookesmoor area, and the Faculty of Medicine, Dentistry and Health around the Royal Hallamshire Hospital (although these subjects are taught in the city's extensive teaching hospitals under the Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, and throughout South Yorkshire and North East Lincolnshire). It is in this area that the new £12m Sheffield Institute for Translational Neuroscience (SITraN), opened by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II in November 2010, is located. '''Pleasure Island Family Theme Park''' is a Theme Park in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, England. It is commonly known simply as '''Pleasure Island'''. The park opened on 27 May 1993 and was originally a subsidiary of Flamingo Land Ltd. Pleasure Island became independent of Flamingo Land in May 2010 and is now owned and operated by DewarSavile Enterprises Ltd.


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with the fishing industry. It offers higher education courses, and has done for many years - HNDs, for vocational subjects. It has the long-term ambition to become a university. The University of Humberside used to have its food science campus at the college, but removed this when it became the University of Lincoln. References '''Pleasure Island Family Theme Park''' is a Theme Park in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, England. It is commonly known simply as '''Pleasure Island'''. The park opened on 27 May 1993 and was originally a subsidiary of Flamingo Land Ltd. Pleasure Island became independent of Flamingo Land in May 2010 and is now owned and operated by DewarSavile Enterprises Ltd.


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Wold Newton Places of interest * Waltham Windmill * Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway * Pleasure Island (Pleasure Island Family Theme Park) * Blundell Park (home of Grimsby Town Football Club (Grimsby Town F.C.)) * The Greenwich Meridian (Prime meridian (Greenwich)) passes through the county. Governance thumb right The National Fishing Heritage Centre (File:National Fishing Heritage Centre, Alexandra Dock, Grimsby - geograph.org.uk - 858957.jpg) North East

(5,076), Winterton (Winterton, Lincolnshire) (4,729), Crowle (Crowle, North Lincolnshire) (4,090), Epworth (Epworth, Lincolnshire) (3,734), Kirton in Lindsey (2,964) and Barrow upon Humber (2,745). The third concatenation of resorts is the seaside town of Cleethorpes and the large village resort of Humberston within North East Lincolnshire and is home to Pleasure Island Family Theme Park, Cleethorpes Coast Light Railway and Cleethorpes Pier along with its

, Kalala snubbed a permanent contract, but did however extend his loan stay with the North East Lincolnshire club until the end of the season. Little under two months later, Kalala got injured, forcing him to spend the last two months of the season on the sidelines. He played 21 times in his loan spell, scoring twice. His final game for the club was on 11 March 2009, in a 2–1 defeat against Chesterfield (Chesterfield F.C.). '''Pleasure Island Family Theme Park''' is a Theme Park in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, England. It is commonly known simply as '''Pleasure Island'''. The park opened on 27 May 1993 and was originally a subsidiary of Flamingo Land Ltd. Pleasure Island became independent of Flamingo Land in May 2010 and is now owned and operated by DewarSavile Enterprises Ltd.


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of Grimsby town centre. Grimsby Institute have the innovative Seven (Seven (UK TV channel)) (former Channel 7) television, based in Immingham at the Immage Studios. Propeller TV was also part of Grimsby Institute. The ''Grimsby Telegraph'' is a daily newspaper. Economy The North East Lincolnshire towns of Grimsby, Immingham and Cleethorpes, form the economic area known as Greater Grimsby. The main sectors of the Greater Grimsby economy are food and drink; ports and logistics


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councillor for the Humberston and New Waltham ward of North East Lincolnshire Council (North East Lincolnshire). accessdate 2008-12-30 work BBC News On 9 January 2009, Kalala began to hold talks over a permanent switch back to the club. Newell had hoped the further accusitions of fellow French speaking players Jean-Louis Akpa Akpro and Mickael Buscher would sway his decision to re-join the club permanently. However, due to the clubs current low league position

North East Lincolnshire

'''North East Lincolnshire''' is a unitary authority area (unitary authorities of England) in the Yorkshire and the Humber region of England, bordering the unitary authority of North Lincolnshire and the non-metropolitan county of Lincolnshire. These three administrative units make up the ceremonial county of Lincolnshire.

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