Fancy a place by the seaside? The iconic Cleethorpes Pier, which was named Pier of the Year 2016 is now available to buy.Read the full story ›
Independent witnesses are being sought after a man suffered facial injuries after being ejected from a Cleethorpes bar.Read the full story ›
The lifeboat launched seven times over five days following various reports including vessels in difficulty and a kite surfer in troubleRead the full story ›
Missing Cleethorpes woman Donna Purvis – who is also known as Brita – has been found safe and well.
Concern is growing for a missing Cleethorpes woman, who was last seen by her partner yesterday afternoon.
Officers leading the search for 31-year-old Donna Purvis – who is also known as Brita – are particularly concerned as she is pregnant – though may not obviously appear to be so.
It is believed she is still in the Cleethorpes area but, despite extensive searches by officers, she has yet to be found.
Donna is around 5ft 10in tall, slim, with dark brown hair. She has an American accent.
Anyone with information about her whereabouts, or believes they have seen her Sunday afternoon/ evening, is asked to call 101, quoting log 621 of August 7th.
The daughter of the Soham murderer has revealed she will never meet her father after finding out his true identity during a school project.Read the full story ›
Four men from Cleethorpes have today been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the death of a woman from Worksop 10 years ago.Read the full story ›
It is thought more than 120,000 people came to Cleethorpes for the National Armed Forces Day celebrations.
The Prime Minister and Duke of Kent were among those who visited on Saturday.
David Cameron was in no mood for talking as made one of his first public appearances since announcing that he would step down as prime minister following the UK vote to leave the EU.
The PM honoured a commitment to attend the Armed Forces Day event in Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, but gave no public speech.
Cameron watched armed forces day parade but no speech and unsurprisingly no interviews
Mr Cameron chatted to dignitaries on the platform and applauded at the section of the parade devoted to veterans in wheelchairs.
As he got into his car to leave the town, he managed a brief wave to the crowds.