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Telegraph all set to restore Park Pride

As part of its Park Pride campaign, the Grimsby Telegraph has organised a mass clean-up operation of the town’s People’s Park. Dozens of volunteers are set to descend on the park this Sunday in a bid to restore its appearance

Park life to be taken on by the Telegraph

When the derelict state of local parks came to the attention of the Grimsby Telegraph, the paper decided to do something about it. The Telegraph believes it is time to fight back and win back pride in the green areas

Humber Bridge stunt from Telegraph

The Grimsby Telegraph has marked the first anniversary of its Axe The Toll On Health campaign by pulling a Cleethorpes heart patient through the Humber Bridge tolls on a hospital bed. The paper is demanding free Humber Bridge crossings for

Flying start as target reached in days

A campaign from the Grimsby Evening Telegraph to fit every home in the area with a smoke alarm has got off to a flying start. Every £5 raised goes to the local fire brigade to buy one 10-year smoke alarm,

Double-edged campaign to make winter warmer

A two-pronged campaign to keep elderly people both warm and safe during the winter months has been launched by the Grimsby Telegraph. Winter Warmer aims to encourage pensioners to help themselves and urge others to look after their elderly relatives,

Toll tonic could bring relief for patients

A tax on the sick and their relatives could be abolished in a review by the Humber Bridge board, which currently charges people who have to visit hospital on the other side of the river. The Grimsby and Scunthorpe Telegraphs

Bridge toll pleas to be heard

The first stage in a battle to Axe The Toll on Health has been won by Grimsby Telegraph readers. Humber Bridge bosses have finally promised to listen to the thousands of people who backed the paper’s call for free bridge

100 new businesses

One hundred new businesses are set to be created across northern Lincolnshire thanks to a major new initiative from the Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph. Business Challenge 2002 is being run in conjunction with the local business centre to encourage would-be entrepreneurs

Drug dealers jailed with help of Scunthorpe Telegraph

Seven drug dealers in Scunthorpe have been jailed following an undercover operation, which was assisted by an Evening Telegraph campaign. Operation Urchin, which targeted known or suspected drug dealers, followed the Scunthorpe Evening Telegraph’s successful Shop a Dealer campaign, which

Lindsey breaks £1m barrier

The Scunthorpe Telegraph’s Lindsey Lodge Hospice appeal was celebrating today after the fund was topped up with a £250,000 National Lottery Grant. The cash injection leaves the appeal at more than £1m – less than £400,000 away from its £1.4m

Six hundred back theatre bid

A massive response to a newspaper plea to save Scunthorpe’s Jubilee Theatre has brought a bumper postbag of 600 protest letters and coupons. Readers are putting pen to paper in a bid to save part of the town’s history. The

Grimsby newsroom in key murder hunt tip-off

Staff at the Grimsby Telegraph have been working flat out after a call to their office describing the Grimsby background of Soham caretaker Ian Huntley, under arrest in connection with the murder of Holly Wells and Jessica Chapman. The call