Famous for its five miles of golden sands, historic pier, beautiful promenade and holiday resorts, Cleethorpes is undergoing a renaissance.
The town has seen new investment and developments making it an even more attractive place to live, work and visit. A new 60-bed Premier Inn hotel and 190-cover restaurant opened in November 2014.
You can go jet skiing or kite surfing or just drift through the sand dunes along the ever changing Humber Estuary. This haven for nature lovers is part of a Site of Special Scientific Interest and coastal nature reserve.
Shopping and family fun are key to the town of Cleethorpes – including a host of attractions such as boutique Sea View Street shopping area, the ABP-sponsored Discovery Centre, and Pleasure Island and an events arena capable of hosting national events.
Cleethorpes has won a host of awards including blue flag and quality coast awards for its beaches and In Bloom awards for its horticulatural displays.
Around three million people visit North East Lincolnshire each year, bringing with them a visitor economy worth in the region of £474 million (STEAM report, 2012).
The town is embarking on a wide-ranging programme of improvements that will include the creation of opportunities for entrepreneurs and investors. Cleethorpes has the right ingredients to become an enterprising town that attracts forward-thinking people.