About

Our Role

Obtain and maintain a balanced, reflective and representative membership of the local community, by bringing together community members on a regular basis in order to address community issues of common concern.

Develop lines of communication, structures and relationships with residents; service providers and other community organisations to ensure that agreed actions are taken forward for the betterment of the local area.

To promote and contribute to the physical, social and economic regeneration of the community.

Our Aims

Reflect and represent the views of all community members, regardless of age, health sex, creed or religion, helping them to achieve the best possible quality of life.

Raise awareness and inform community members of social developments.

Work to raise and promote a positive profile of the area, reflecting and increasing the pride of those who live and work in the community.

Secure better value for money through smarter investment, simplified delivery chains and high quality partnerships Identify and support ways in which to improve and protect both the local natural and built environment.

Respond to new agendas and initiatives when necessary to reflect the short, medium and long term needs of the community.

To encourage projects, which will to improve and enrich the quality of life with the community.

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The Diabetes Education survey

North East Lincolnshire Clinical Commissioning Group is currently looking at ways to improve education for those with Type 2 diabetes and would like to gain public views. Currently in North East Lincolnshire, if you are diagnosed with Type 2 diabetes you will be offered the opportunity to attend an education programme called “DESMOND”. At the …

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Your Maternity Care

on behalf of Care Quality Commission for your information and to share, thank you #YourMaternityCare On 15 February, Care Quality Commission (CQC) is launching a week long campaign targeting women who have recently used maternity services to ask them to share their experiences of maternity care. There are nearly 700,000 live births each year in …

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Have your say on the Priorities for your area!

Please complete this survey and have your say in relation to the police and safer and stronger priorities for the next financial year.  The survey closes in November. https://nelincolnshire.firmstep.com/default.aspx/RenderForm/?F.Name=QY4jQw367k9&HideToolbar=1  

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survey

we are recently piloting a newsletter distribution in Immingham Habrough and Stallingborough ands require your feedback  please complete this short survey https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/JY2BWBP

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news from Vanel

http://vanel.org.uk/va/2015/07/community-mapmakers-wanted/ July 21, 2015 Community Mapmakers wanted karl / Community Development, Valuing Volunteering, VANEL news, Volunteering / volunteers / 0 Comments If you have digital, online skills, a broadband connection and some free time, then we’re looking for Community Mapmaker Volunteers who can help us greatly improve the publicly available mapping for North East Lincolnshire. …

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