Big Lottery win for Immingham leads to host of new activities for local community - Grimsby Telegraph

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Big Lottery win for Immingham leads to host of new activities for local community
Grimsby Telegraph
Bouncy castle days, drumming sessions and games nights are among a host of activities being held after a community won more than £150,000 in Lottery money. Immingham's community forum One Voice is holding a series of 'taster' sessions to work out ...

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Major £36 million expansion underway for Immingham Docks - Institute of Export & International Trade (press release) (blog)

Last year, ABP announced a £50 million investment for its container terminal offer across the Ports of Hull and Immingham, the first phase of which (amounting to around £14 million) saw the expansion of the Hull Contai.. - 2018-09-07 10:04:18

Writer who left school at 16 to work on Immingham docks completes his fourth book and has career as lecturer - Grimsby Live

He left school at 16 in order to embark upon a four-year apprenticeship on Immingham docks as a marine electrician, staying on a further two years once qualified. The dry docks then shut down so he spent four years as a .. - 2018-08-28 13:52:46

The two faces of Immingham attacker Lewis Morgan - charmer with a brutal streak that led to 20-years in jail - Grimsby Live

Prosecutors said Morgan's ex, Rhiannon Mills and her 66-year-old neighbour were lucky to be alive after Morgan, 34, went berserk in Immingham. Morgan, also known as Louis Morgan, was sentenced to ten consecutive year.. - 2018-08-03 16:13:18

Mum left in pool of blood by raging boyfriend speaks of moment she 'thought she would die' in brutal attack - Hull Daily Mail

She says that Morgan, of Manvers Street, west Hull, stormed into the bedroom of her home in Sunningdale Drive, Immingham, and repeatedly assaulted her with a glass, smashing it over her head repeatedly before she managed.. - 2018-08-02 06:58:08

Police statement as Lewis Morgan jailed for horrific attack on women in Immingham in front of terrified child - Grimsby Live

Police have welcome the sentence of up to 25-years for a man who attacked his ex in front of her terrified child before breaking into the home of a neighbour and attacking her. Lewis Morgan, 34, admitted attempting to mu.. - 2018-08-01 16:25:31