We are Lincs Inspire
A charitable leisure and cultural trust, putting your health at the heart of our services.
Providing diverse and inclusive activities for our communities with something for everyone.
Making arts, leisure and sports accessible whilst improving your health and wellbeing.
Be Inspired and Be Inspiring
Free Health and Wellbeing Projects
The Hub wins funding from Active Lincolnshire and Sport England to run new projects across the county.
Panto Cast News!
'Allo 'Allo!’ star Vicki Michelle will make your wishes come true in the godmother of all pantos, ‘Cinderella… And The Lost Slipper’
Active Together with Active Forever
Grimsby couple Jean and Edgar Gibbins have been married for 57 years and have both recently found a new shared hobby exercising at the toning suite at Grimsby Health & Wellbeing Centre.
Expansion of British Library brings services to Grimsby
Lincs Inspire Ltd joins forces with British Library and Business & IP Centre Hull to roll-out small business support to North East Lincolnshire and turbocharge the local economy
Taking a breath is using time effectively
We’ve loved welcoming back all our class members over the past fortnight. Over 600 of you have already joined us for our revised timetable since reintroduction! One of the many classes we offer is Yoga with Christine on Thursday mornings at Grimsby Health & Wellbeing Centre.
Charlie's Continuous Improvement
Charlie Greenwood is 28 years old and has been playing roller hockey since the age of 10. He has represented the England national team at the European Championships and World Games and trains at Grimsby Leisure Centre.
Bringing Colour to Cleethorpes
Cleethorpes Library are celebrating the beauty in the world around us by recognising the work of sketcher, artist and seller - Sarah Palmer and her business - The House with the Blue Door.
NCCD supported by Cultural Recovery Fund
An award of £57,000 through the Government’s Cultural Recovery Fund will help North Kesteven District Council ensure safe, vibrant and fully-accessible open-door arts provision.
Grant Secured to Protect Leisure Services
Leisure services in North East Lincolnshire have secured a financial lifeline, following a joint bid by North East Lincolnshire Council and Lincs Inspire Limited, which successfully secured £397,000 of Government public leisure grant funding.