Skip to main content

LOVE your town events updates

5:54 pm, Thursday, 17th February 2022 - 2 years ago


LOVE IMMINGHAM due to take place tomorrow (Friday 18 February) how now been rescheduled for Saturday 26 February due to forecast storms.

This event invites you to uncover the town’s “hidden treasures” when it takes place around Kennedy Way and the Civic Centre.

Love-themed street theatre acts and live music will appear, outside while within the Civic Centre there will be a craft fair hosting Lincolnshire crafters and a love-themed silent disco.

Immingham’s Taiko group, Hidden Treasures will perform in the afternoon and Immingham Museum will be open, when children can dress up and learn more about the town’s Pilgrim Fathers.

There will be children’s crafts on offer, where children can make crafts inspired by the town, as well as jewelled crown or wand, ready to take part in the Little Love Parade at 2.20pm in Kennedy Way.

The LOVE IMMINGHAM trail will invite children and families to ‘see our hearts’, with local kids having made their own hanging decoration for display.

Local businesses have got on board too, to host the trail and with wonderful love-themed window displays.

Unscramble the letters collected on the trail to enter the free prize draw with some great prizes to be won, including a £50 voucher, family entry to the Fishing Heritage Centre and a family swim courtesy of Lincs Inspire. There’s a fantastic overall prize of a private party or screening at the Parkway Cinema too!

On top of all this, a captivating sculptural heart (LOVE IRL) by artist Stuart Langley will be installed on the day in Kennedy Way. This touring art installation is perfect for ‘love your selfies’.

Commissioned by The Culture House and North East Lincolnshire Council, artist Stuart Langley has created a ‘captivating sculptural heart’, encouraging enjoyment of real world moments and visualising what love in real life feels life – colourful fragmented pieces that form a whole – while playfully inviting audiences to pose, snap and share their interaction with it.

Look out for further announcements as LOVE IRL – currently on display at Grimsby Minster Tuesday – Sat 9.30am – 2.30pm, will also be seen in Cleethorpes at a location in Cleethorpes over the weekend of 26 and 27 Feb.

In addition in Immingham, a large-scale poem celebrating Immingham by James Hall, will be displayed in a shop window, entitled ‘Nothing Ever Happens Here’.

Delighted that events are happening for all the family on either side of Valentine’s Day, North East Lincolnshire Council’s Portfolio Holder for Economic Growth, Housing and Tourism Cllr Callum Procter said:

“We must all play our part in bringing life back into our town centres. After two extremely challenging years we are asking people to enjoy free fun for all ages, whilst enjoying browsing our shops and markets, or perhaps enjoying a bite to eat, a drink and a chat. Let’s show our shops and businesses that we LOVE them.”

LOVE CLEETHORPES takes place on Saturday 19 February


Street performers will head out in the earlier part of the day along St Peter’s Avenue, Market Place and Seaview Street, hopefully before the heavens open in the resort.

Down by the beach at Lacuna opposite Brighton Slipway, families can take part in beach crafts (bookable activity) where they can also enjoy live music from Dick Appleton in the  afternoon.

An amazing window art installation celebrating the town by Cleethorpes designer Sean Rodwell will be seen in the window of the property from Saturday onwards, highlighting the local creative talent residing in our area.

More local creative talent will be at Cleethorpes Memorial Hall for the day, when the Original Emporium will host a fabulous maker’s market – as well as outdoor street food.

Riverhead Coffee will be doing a kitchen takeover at this special event too.

At the Memorial Hall is where children’s creative activities will be based as well as a fantastic family silent disco (bookable activity) and story-telling.

The LOVE CLEETHORPES trail again will allow people to chance to check out a fantastic range of retailers, with LOVEly window displays again offering a chance to win prizes.

Next Article
Brand-new event to showcase construction and heritage skills to young people across the borough
A BRAND-NEW heritage and construction skills event, ‘Heritage Construction Skills and Careers’, will take place on Saturday, June 15, 2024, at King’s Hall, Cleethorpes, with organisers at North East Lincolnshire Council excited to showcase some of trades available to people in the area, and to introduce several of the organisations behind funding for many of...

Share this article