Free bus travel for up to four kids to see the Christmas lights switch-on in Grimsby
IT'S now even easier for the whole family to Go To Town This Christmas – thanks to our friends at Stagecoach East Midlands.
The bus operator has teamed up with the Grimsby Telegraph to offer free bus travel for up to four children when accompanied by a paying adult to the Christmas lights switch-on on November 22.
To take advantage of the free kids' bus tickets offer – which is valid on all routes – simply cut out one of the vouchers printed in the paper between Thursday and November 22.
Only one voucher can be used per adult, per journey but, of course, this means you will be able to take advantage of the offer to get along to our spectacular celebrations.
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As reported, we have teamed up with North East Lincolnshire Council so that on November 22 and 23 the town will come alive for the annual Christmas lights switch-on and the launch of late-night shopping.
At the heart of the celebrations will be a giant Christmas food market, which will take over Victoria Street, from 3pm to 9pm, on November 22, and from 9am to 5pm on November 23.
As well as all this, there will be a parade of Father Christmases from Grimsby Minster to The Riverhead, on the Thursday. The Santas will be leading a pack of adorable real reindeer.
And if that's not enough, there will also be street entertainers, carol singers, a brass band, schools choirs, fairground rides and a stage hosted by Lincs FM.
And, one lucky person, nominated by you, will get the chance to switch on the Christmas lights.
The campaign is being led by the Grimsby Telegraph in association with Freshney Place Shopping centre, North East Lincolnshire Council, Lincs FM, Compass FM, The Culture House and Grimsby In Bloom.
Stagecoach East Midlands marketing analyst Michael Sandersons said: "We hope the offer will encourage people to use our service for the Christmas event. Using the bus takes the hassle out of going to town. You don't have to queue to park or drive around looking for spaces.
"Nearly all our buses have low floor accessibility, which means disabled users and mothers with pushchairs can use our buses with ease."