The Grimsby, Cleethorpes & District Civic Society devised this Green Plaque Trail around the areas that were known as Oole & Itterby. They were the two villages that eventually became known as Cleethorpes.
The trail shows many interesting buildings and areas of Cleethorpes, I have shown just a few of them here.
|The old post office, once the main PO in Cleethorpes.|
|Plaque on the Old PO|
|This Baptist church was built on the site of an original church destroyed by zeppelin bomb attack during the 1stWW.|
|Wall plaque on the new Baptist Church.|
|No 16 Seaview Street, Cleethorpes. Said to be the oldest shop in Itterby.|
|This fisherman's cottage is the oldest dwelling in the resort.|
|Now part of a shop, this was used as a hospital during WW2.|
|Station approach, Cleethorpes. Leads down to the railway station and the sea. The station clock|
is a well known Cleethorpes landmark.
|A more recent addition, the memorial to Lincoln Bomber Command.|
|The memorial looking out to sea with Cleethorpes Pier in the background.|