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Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre and Time Trap to close

2:47 pm, Wednesday, 4th November 2020 - 6 months ago

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Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre and the Time Trap museum will once again close their doors to the public as the country goes into a national lockdown from Thursday 5 November.

Subject to Government announcements, the main fishing attraction, cafe, gift shop and free galleries at Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre should re-open Wednesday 2 December. Ross Tiger remains closed until further notice.

The Time Trap museum re-opened on Wednesday 28 October after recently receiving a grant from the Cultural Recovery Fund. They will be closed until further notice.

Councillor Callum Procter, portfolio holder for tourism, heritage and culture, said: “It is with sadness that we must close the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre and Time Trap, especially as the Time Trap re-opened just a week ago. But the public’s safety is paramount.

“People should continue to play their part in reducing the spread of coronavirus. Wash your hands, cover your face and make space.”

He added: “For now, we will wait until the time comes to re-open our doors and once again welcome back our wonderful visitors.”

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