The Spirit of the East Marsh Award 2018: Paracord Bracelets
Grimsby Seafood Village have very generously sponsored our first joint annual award to individuals or groups who embody ...Read more
First Step in Beautifying our Alleys – a great team effort!
We spent Saturday cleaning out the last of the Fat Alley’s back alleys – and what a job it was – here ...Read more
I’m a Proud East Marshian – the Winner!
Amelia-Rose Smith is 5 years old and, like all of our entrants, a Proud East Marshian – we love this, well done Am...Read more
Come and join us and Let’s Beautify our Alleys! Saturday 1st September 9am at the Fat Alley in Harold StreetRead more
I’m a Proud East Marshian Competition – Second Place
Young Amy Coulbeck created this beauty – we think it may well become a poster for us, what do you reckon?Read more
I’m a Proud East Marshian Competition – Third Place
I’m a Proud East Marshian: Let’s stick together and make Grimsby Great! 12 year old Jimmy Wilson created thi...Read more
I’m a Proud East Marshian Competition – the runners up
I’ll be posting the top three entrants over the next few days, but on behalf of East Marsh United, A Walk in the P...Read more
East Marsh United in the Big Issue 13-19 August 2018
The following article is by Independent Working Class Journalist Mark Metcalf (www://markwrite.co.uk). The article focus...Read more
Sheer joy and delight in community at our Summer Fayre – this is what it is to be proud East Marshians loving our lives together!
All photos by East Marsh United’s official photographer, Lee CoulbeckRead more
Fat Alley Clearance – and upcoming beautification!
In concert with a full-on Council neighbourhood cleaning team and vehicles and with the great lads from Community Paybac...Read more
Come and Love Where You Live at the ‘Together for East Marsh’ Summer Fayre, Saturday 11th August 11am-4pmRead more
“Community wins back streets in Grimsby’s East Marsh”
A positive and inspirational report by Phillip Norton for Look North and shown throughout the day on Monday 30th July. A...Read more