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
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.
Bradley Football Development Centre to Reopen
Football training and matches will return to Bradley Football Development Centre from Monday, March 29.
On Your Marks, Get Set…Go!
King George V Athletics Stadium’s outdoor activities reopen on Monday, March 29, with customers being welcomed back to a rejuvenated track after it underwent a thorough deep clean during lockdown.
Grant Opens Doors for Grimsby Auditorium
Lincs Inspire Ltd has secured a £4,699.00 grant from the Theatres Trust’s ‘Theatres Reopening Fund’.
Reading Connects Residents in Isolation
A heart-warming project will help to combat loneliness and social isolation for residents in North East Lincolnshire through the proven power of reading.
Libby Reading App Launches
Lincs Inspire Library members can now browse, borrow and enjoy even more eBooks, eAudiobooks and eMagazines through the award-winning Libby reading app.
Family History Research From Afar
At Lincs Inspire Libraries we help many local people in their quest to research their family history, putting pieces of a jigsaw together through various online resources, reference materials, maps, photographs and local knowledge.