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seaside resort town in North East Lincolnshire, England
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seaside resort
LocationNorth East Lincolnshire, Lincolnshire, East Midlands, England, UK
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53° 33′ 11.88″ N, 0° 01′ 17.76″ W

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English: Cleethorpes is a town in North East Lincolnshire, England, situated at the mouth of the River Humber. Cleethorpes is a seaside resort and is physically linked to the neighbouring town of Grimsby (the main town boundary runs along the residential, Park Street). Interestingly Cleethorpes also hosts the home ground of the football club, Grimsby Town F.C., one of few, but not the only, English league clubs with a town or city name to have their home ground in a different community. Residents in older Cleethorpes are called Meggies but it seems very unclear where the name "meggie" comes from. Some say that the top of Isaac's Hill used to be called "Megs Island", while others say a "meggie" was the cost of a tram fare from Grimsby to the resort.


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