Welcome to the 1920s in Cleethorpes
There was a great turnout to see the 1920s and I must say Friends of Cleethorpes Heritage pulled out all the stops and put on a fantastic display of all things 1920s.
There were lots exhibits including old newspaper articles about Cleethorpes in the 1920s saying that 'Cleethorpes was the third driest town in the British Isles' - how things change!
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A book had been put together so your could look up your address and find out who lived in your house back in the 1920s.
Household goods including the Dolly Tub, a motorcycle, postcards, beautiful 20s dresses and of course the volunteers of the Friends of Cleethorpes Heritage were all dressed up to the nines in full stunning 1920s outfits.
There was the Dixieland Band, monologues by Ivor Akaster, the Clee Dancers and of course mouthwatering cakes and teas.
Ann Reavey said: "I am so pleased local people have come to support us. And I would like to thank everyone involved in bringing this event together."
So it was a case of if your can't beat 'em join 'em with the Black Bottom, Charleston, All That Jazz and Putting On The Ritz, at this amazing insight in a long gone era.
Friends of Cleethorpes Heritage certainly have a knack of bringing Cleethorpes history to life and Ann Reavey and all the team worked so hard.
If you missed this event you missed a treat so make a date in your diary for the next Friends of Cleethorpes Heritage event is next year on April 6 at the No1 Pub - it being the 150th Anniversary celebration of the railway coming to Cleethorpes.
What era would you like to have lived in ?