- 40 Alexandra Rd, Cleethorpes DN35 8LE
- 36 Alexandra Rd, Cleethorpes DN35 8LE
- 2 Alexandra Rd, Cleethorpes DN35 8LQ
- 8 Osborne St, Cleethorpes DN35 8LB
- 33 Market St, Cleethorpes DN35 8LY
- 37 Alexandra Rd, Cleethorpes DN35 8LE
- 35 Market St, Cleethorpes DN35 8LY
- 131 Grimsby Rd, Cleethorpes DN35 7DG
- 24 Kingsway, Cleethorpes DN35 8QL
- 109 Grimsby Rd, Cleethorpes DN35 7DD
- 92 Middlethorpe Rd, Cleethorpes DN35 9PR
- 6 Sea View St, Cleethorpes DN35 8EZ
The constituency is named for its major town, but it also includes Immingham, Barton, and several villages ranging from Waltham to Ulceby. Such diversity endows the constituency with a deep feeling of history and community.
Obviously, the constituency is far larger than Cleethorpes itself. It extends from the lovely market town of Barton-upon-Humber in the north, through many villages in the Barton and Ferry wards in north Lincolnshire, and is served by the North and North East Lincs Councils. In addition, we have the industrial hub of Immingham, which, along with Grimsby, has the largest port complex in the United Kingdom by tonnage. Although Cleethorpes and Grimsby have a long-standing rivalry, they are linked through their maritime connections. The Humber estuary itself is a site of special scientific interest, and there is a magnificent hinterland that includes a number of settlements on the edge of the Lincolnshire wolds, a designated area of exceptional natural beauty.
Locals of Cleethorpes are referred to as Meggies, however the origin of the name Meggie remains a matter of contention. Some suggest that the summit of Isaac’s Hill was formerly known as Meg’s Island, while others assert that a “meggie” was the tram charge from Grimsby to the resort. In Grimsby, the word “Meggies” is used to refer to both the town and its residents. Cleethorpes is frequently referred to as “down beach.” The locals call the beach “the sands.”
Cleethorpes, popularly known as a coastal resort, is really located on the Humber estuary. The “sea” of Cleethorpes is actually the Humber River’s mouth.
A big boating lake in Cleethorpes is home to numerous species of ducks, swans, and geese. The yacht club is located south of the resort near Humberston, to the south of the resort.
Hotels in Cleethorpes
- The Kingsway Hotel
Address: Kingsway, Cleethorpes DN35 0AE England
- Premier Inn Cleethorpes hotel
Address: Meridian Road, Cleethorpes DN35 0AR England
- Jedburgh Guest House
Address: 26 Albert Road, Cleethorpes DN35 8LX England
- The Burlington Hotel
Address: 2-4 Albert Road, Cleethorpes DN35 8LX England
- Cleethorpes Pearl Holiday Park
Address: 208 North Sea Lane Humberston, Cleethorpes DN36 4ET England
- The Dovedale Hotel and Restaurant
Address: 12-18 Albert Road, Cleethorpes DN35 8LX England