The sales of our Beach Hut No 9 Cleethorpes Calendar are coming to a close & we’ve just handed over a cheque from the profits to RNLI Cleethorpes. Read on to find out more
The 2018 Calendars produced by Beach Hut No 9 and showing photographic views of Cleethorpes seafront are still on sale. They’ve been selling fast but more are available and they’re now discounted in price! All profits go to RNLI Cleethorpes. Find out more about how to purchase your copy before they’re all gone!
A couple of quick updates from Beach Hut No 9 in Cleethorpes: Our 2018 Calendar is available to purchase. Come and meet Santa at our Seaside Santa event on 16th December. And we’ve updated our Beach Hut website pages. Read on for the details…
We’ve been taking pre-orders for our new Beach Hut No 9 2018 Calendars, but now we have them in stock! A photographic celebration of Cleethorpes beach huts and seaside scenes, it’s also a great way to raise funds for RNLI Cleethorpes. Read on for more details and how to get your calendar.
It’s nearly Christmas, and as part of a nationwide celebration of Heritage Lottery projects Beach Hut No. 9 in Cleethorpes is holding a Santa’s Grotto day on 16th December. Read on for the details and we’ll see you there.
Beach Hut No. 9 has produced a calendar for 2018 and this is now available for pre-order. Calendars will arrive in a few weeks and there is a discount for early orders! All profits from the Calendar will be donated to RNLI Cleethorpes. So order your calendar now! Read on for all the details.
VANEL is working in partnership with North East Lincolnshire Council’s Safer and Stronger Communities team on their Bygone Beachcombers project. We are appealing for people who used the beach huts when they were in their prime to come forward and share their stories. The stories will be shared on the Bygone Beachcombers website. Read on for full details.
North East Lincolnshire Council’s Safer and Stronger Communities team are creating a place where people can learn about the history of Cleethorpes over the last three centuries both online and in person through their Heritage Lottery funded Bygone Beachcomber Project. The team are working to create a display within the beach hut where visitors can view photographs, posters, souvenirs and memorabilia relating to Cleethorpes which they otherwise might not have had the opportunity to see. Read on for full details.