The Grimsby Telegraph collaborated with Tesco in Grimsby to offer a fantastic giveaway event, The Golden Envelope. Customers who purchased a Telegraph from the Market Street store were able to pull a Golden Envelope from the pot and win one of many amazing prizes provided by Tesco and The Grimsby Telegraph. With a total of £600 worth of prizes up for grabs it was a popular giveaway - creating a fab atmosphere in the store! Big prizes included; £50 Tesco Vouchers, a selection of wine, a crate of beers, perfume, a Nutribullet Blender and much more! Although this is the first time the Grimsby Telegraph have teamed up with Tesco for this promotion, the event was also held last year in Freshney Place. Customers were allowed to buy multiple papers to have more chances of opening a golden envelope. … [Read more...] about Grimsby Telegraph golden envelope winners revealed!
As anyone who has ever watched Peter Kay's hit television show Phoenix Nights will know that garlic bread is the future, but is it the future of rock candy? The Grimsby Telegraph paid a visit to Candiland on the North Promenade, Cleethorpes, where they offer a fabulous array of weird and wonderful flavours of rock candy, with everything from garlic bread flavour to prosecco, Cornish Pasty and even blue WKD. The store has sold these strange flavours for the past five years, originally starting off with chicken tikka masala and fish and chips, they have this year introduced their garlic bread flavour which has proven to be a popular product, but perhaps for joke purposes. Owner Dorann Manders said: "We were first introduced to the strange flavours of rock candy about five years ago, and they have always proven to be very popular. "So far since we started the garlic bread flavour people have been going crazy for it, but I am not a fan myself. "The alcohol flavoured ones have also proven … [Read more...] about Watch: Grimsby Telegraph reporter tries Garlic Bread Rock Candy
Grimsby Telegraph Prize Pets Terms and Conditions 2018 By entering this competition the entrant agrees that they have read and understood the terms and conditions associated with “Prize Pets” and agrees to have their pet’s photograph published in the relevant Trinity Mirror newspaper title both in print and online. Entries are invited between Monday 30th April and the closing date of Sunday 20th May. Online entry only. All photo entries require upload of a recent colour photograph of your pet. Only one pet can appear on each image submitted. Images should ideally be in jpeg format, be at least 200 pixels per inch and should be no bigger than 1mb. In the event of any problems submitting your entry via our website, please email [email protected] and include ‘Prize Pets’ in the subject header. Trinity Mirror supports the prevention of cruelty to animals and in no way seeks to encourage readers to submit photographs or images which might endanger … [Read more...] about Grimsby Telegraph Prize Pets 2018 Terms and Conditions
We've teamed up with BreakFree Holidays to bring you another great deal on short breaks at over 160 destinations across the UK during the early summer and autumn. To book your short break, simply collect 4 passwords or tokens from the newspaper and enter them at www.breakfreeholidays.co.uk/local to start your holiday search. If you would prefer to book using a postal booking form, click here to download it. When you can go You can choose from three-night weekends (Friday to Monday) or four-night midweeks (Mon-Fri) during May, June, early July, September and October. There's no limit on how many breaks you can book, so why not put two or more together for a longer holiday, or book several stays for a year of getaways. Dogs included too You can add dogs to your booking too, with superb pet-friendly accommodation available across the accommodation grades. These can be booked online only. More comfort Holidays from £15pp include our great value Comfort accommodation, or … [Read more...] about Holidays from £15pp* are back with the Grimsby Telegraph
The history of Grimsby and Cleethorpes appears to be rotting away before our eyes. In a special report, we show 19 of the town's once grandest buildings that are slowly deteriorating. While two are set to have a new future, something must be done to address the decline of the rest: Eleanor Street former education offices (left), Technical College and Art School THE former Grimsby Municipal College (Wintringham Grammar School) and later Technical school, art college and local education authority building, now lies derelict. Prolific local architect Herbert C Scaping designed the Grade II listed building, which displays his trademark cupola on the roof was built by Grimsby builders Hewins and Goodhand. The prestigious academy opened on Thursday, October 24, 1895 and was the local school board's flagship institution. It boasted a swimming bath, chemistry laboratory and a lecture theatre. The plumbing in the laboratory and swimming bath was entrusted to local plumbers James Duke. The … [Read more...] about 19 of Grimsby’s oldest buildings whose future MUST be saved