Cleethorpes lights up ready for Christmas
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Cleethorpes with its three Christmas trees lit up.
Tonight a trio of festive trees were lit at the Cleethorpes Memorial Hall, St Peter's Church and at High Cliff and the vicar of Old Clee Church, Rev Richard Holden blessed them all.
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It was then on up Isaacs Hill to St Peter's Church accompanied by children holding lanterns which they were given. And with everyone joining in a countdown the beautiful tree was lit.
Then on to High Cliff for were the Mayor of North East Lincolnshire, Councillor Mike Burton, switched on the tree lights and at the same time the lights on Sea View Street came on. The tree at High Cliff was were paid for by the Seaview Street Traders Association.
Cleethorpes in Bloom would like to thank everyone for their help with this years Christmas trees including McCans Street Lighting Team, the NELC grounds maintenance, Seaview Street Traders Association , Caspian's hire company and Cleethorpes Light Railway for their safety barriers at High Cliff.
The committee of Cleethorpes in Bloom would like to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.