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If you’re out and about in North East Lincolnshire and are looking for a lovely place to walk, People’s Park is certainly worth a visit.

Located close to Grimsby town centre, People’s Park is over 130 years old and is a wonderful place for a leisurely stroll or to sit and enjoy the sunshine. The open grass area, which is perfect for picnics and games, is surrounded by an avenue trees which line the street of Park Drive (and look beautiful in springtime, as you can see!) Towards the centre of the park is a small lake where you can feed the ducks, and a cafe for light lunches, refreshments and ice cream. 

As you walk around the path, you will come across the Floral Hall, which not only sells plants for the garden but also has displays of cacti in a green house too. You may spot one or two animals here (including a very friendly squirrel in the trees!) Also, throughout the summer, events are hosted in the park, many organised by The Culture House.

Read more about People’s Park here.