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County - Lincolnshire | Map
Tel code: 01472 | code search
Postcode: DN37 | code search
Population: 87600
Council: North East Lincolnshire
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Hauntings and Ghosts:
The Black Lady of Bradley Woods
Folk Customs:
Haxey Hood
Running Auction for White Bread Meadow

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Laceby Country Music Weekend

Brocklesby Country Fair
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Grimsby Market
"Freshney place in Grimsby has a great market for vegetables, fish, gifts, clothes as well as pine furniture and flowers. However I just wanted to point out that there is ..." More

St James' Hotel
"Good Points: Clean, good welcome, adequate facilities. Bad Points: TV poor quality picture, bathroom badly planned - door opened directly on to the lavatory pan!A little run-down - needs sprucing up. ..." More

St James' Hotel
"Good Points: Cheap and very acceptable for the price. Bad Points: Shower a little dodgy! Mixer tap style with little room for error in the temperature. Also the room was ..." More

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Grimsby is a large vibrant town on the Humber Estuary in Lincolnshire, it grew from humble beginnings to the largest fishing sea port in the world during the busy hey day of the 1950’s and 60’s, the oldest building dates back to 11th Century, the Holy Trinity and St Mary’s Church, has an amazing Saxon Tower. If an explanation of the local history is wanted with a display of the Pilgrim Fathers, add The Great Central Railway, a Chemist and Grocers from yesteryear, and there is something rather special at the Immingham Museum. Or if you enjoy travelling along twisting dark corridors and winding staircases, a visit to the Time Trap Museum delivers an insight into the prisoners that were held here, explore the cells, remember the key…. For the wonders of the great outdoors, perhaps start your journey along the Humber Estuary, stop off at the Discovery Centre where the hands on exhibits tells the story of shipping, or there is always the delightful floral displays in the Victorian park, where a leisurely stroll by the heart shaped lake or exotic birds, is sure to please, why not have a go on the croquet lawn. Of course there is always the magical experience of the Sea Life Centre or go Tropical at the Jungle Zoo where the sights and sounds envelopes you, with exotic plants, parrots, toucans and even giant snakes, if that doesn’t get the adrenalin pumping hold tight on one of the white knuckle rides at Pleasure Island, or maybe enjoy the Auditorium which has International Music Acts and West End Musicals. If the experience of shopping is wished for then a visit to Freshney Place Shopping Centre boasting 100 shops under one roof. A visit to Grimsby is possibly not a question of when, surely it’s for how long.


Anderson Duncan
Elite Financial Managment Ltd
Hemming Vincent


National Fishing Heritage Centre
Waltham Windmill


Humber Royal Hotel *book online*
Premier Inn Grimsby *book online*
St James' Hotel *book online*


Prospect Farm

Caravan Park

Epperstone Caravan Park




Little Walk Cottage
The Dovecote
The Hen House at Homefield Farm


North East Lincolnshire Council


Booth & Law Dental Surgeons
Dixon & Associates
Harris and Hoyle Dental Practice
Medimatch Dental Practice


Albion House Surgery

Birkwood Surgery
Chelmsford Medical Centre
Field House Medical Centre
Hainton Medical Centre

Estate Agent

A N Estates
A P S Estate Agents
Beardsley Estate Agents
Humberstone & Partners
Martin Maslin Estate Agents
National Direct Property Services

Golf Club

Manor Golf Club
Waltham Windmill Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

Esporta Health Club


Freeman Street Market
Grimsby Market
Morrisons Car Boot Sale

Performing Arts

Grimsby Auditorium
Grimsby Philharmonic Society

Pub and Bar

Abbys Wine Bar & Bistro
Long Ship
Royal Oak
White Knight


Abbys Wine Bar & Bistro
Hainton Restaurant
Joy House
Long Ship
St James
Victorian House Restaurant


All Seasons Apartments and Suites
Little Walk Cottage


Sentley R Wilson & Co


A A Taxis

Elite Cars


Grimsby Auditorium


Rase Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Chartdale CC (Cricket)
Cuxwold CC (Cricket)
Fudoshin Karate (Martial Arts)
Grimsby Judo Club (Martial Arts)
Grimsby Tennis Centre (Tennis)
Grimsby Town CC (Cricket)
Kaizen No-Michi School of Shotokan Karate (Martial Arts)
Kaizen No-Michi School of Shotokan Karate (Martial Arts)
Wolds Veteran Runners Club (Athletics)


Crosskills Florists
Early Learning Centre
Fur & Feathers
Bradley Pets

Cottingham Pharmacy
H Mosson Ltd
Shoe People
Carphone Warehouse
PC World
Holland and Barratt
MJB Pigeon and Pets Supplies
H Samuel
John the Fishmonger
River Island
The Entertainer


Grimsby Archers(Archery)
Chequered Flag Karting(Motor Sports)


Places to Stay near Grimsby

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St James' Hotel (0.63 miles)

St James

The St James' Hotel is situated in the heart of Grimsby, close to Cleethorpes, Lincoln and Sheffield, with an award-winning Fishing Heritage Centre within close walking distance. Explore the attractive Lincolnshire coastline or visit some ... More | visit website

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Premier Inn Grimsby (1.57 miles)

Premier Inn Grimsby
Ideally situated for both business and leisure guests. For business this hotel is near to Pyewhit industrial park. Local attractions include Pleasure Island, Auditorium, Grimsby football club and Cleethorpes beach front. For shops and local ... More | visit website
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Clee House Hotel & Bistro (1.69 miles)

Clee House Hotel & Bistro

Clee House Hotel & Bistro is Cleethorpes‚ 3 Star hidden gem. As we are not a link in a hotel chain or standard B&B, we can offer our own unique kind of accommodation and comfort for the ... More | visit website

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Arlana Guest House (1.78 miles)

Arlana Guest House

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Tastefully refurbished with style and elegance, Arlana Guest House and Therapy Centre is a tranquil retreat with a touch of luxury, which offers a wide range of therapies and workshops. Most of ... More

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Priory Guest House (1.81 miles)

Priory Guest House
Our friendly guest house is based on the belief that our customers' needs are of the utmost importance. Our entire team is committed to meeting those needs. As a result, a high percentage of our ... More | visit website
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Humber Royal Hotel (1.92 miles)

Humber Royal Hotel

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The Humber Royal offers free Wi-Fi and free ample private parking. The town centre is a 5-minute drive away, while the coast is only 15 minutes’ away. Each en suite room at ... More

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Sugar Sugar Hotel (1.93 miles)

Sugar Sugar Hotel

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Sugar Sugar Hotel has quickly established itself as one of Grimsby and Cleethorpes premier hotels.Situated on Cleethorpes lively market square, the stylish, boutique Sugar Sugar Hotel offers individually themed rooms ... More

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Dovedale Hotel and Restaurant (2.00 miles)

Dovedale Hotel and Restaurant
The Dovedale Hotel and Restaurant offers superior accommodation in a perfect, quiet location. Set within close walking distance to the beach, bars, shops and local amenities. The hotel offers full English breakfast to all guests ... More | visit website
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High House (2.23 miles)

High House

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Boasting an enviable position just 100 yards from the beach and promenade, this spacious, traditional end of row property makes an ideal base for family holidays. The ... More

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Ginnie's (2.32 miles)


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Ginnie’s Guest House is a large Victorian Town House, situated just off the sea front, and within easy reach of all that Cleethorpes and the Lincolnshire Wolds have to offer. We ... More

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