Gradually, both expanded to became "the Thorpes of Clee", or Cleethorpes.
Earlier this week on a rare sunny day I had a walk around a street called Seaview Street which was the area called Itterby and quite similar to how it might have looked in the early 1800's.
Here, in Cambridge Street, I glanced to my left and photographed Cleethorpes Town Hall
in the distance.
This is Seaview Street, a slight uphill walk takes visitors along the street with quite
a mix of shops.
|Hermes Antiques, reputed to be the oldest shop in Itterby's main shopping area.|
A plaque on the wall tells people about the shop and is part of a series of plaques
to guide people on the Cleethorpes Heritage Trail. An interesting walk.
|"Marples"' a popular café and once a jewellers shop.|
|Opposite Marples is "The Counting House", once a bank it's now a Pub & Cafe|
Olympus EM1 Mk2 + 25mm lens & 9-18mm lens.