Grimsby in General Reviews
Newest Review: ... to plaster the inside of the building. The building itself is much like a greenhouse, having a glass roof. This makes it unbearable to stay in there too long during the summer as it gets incredibly hot. I have previously worked in shops in Freshney Place and having the glass roof makes the shops hot as well, even though them their selves don't have that kind of roof. The shopping centre is home to around 70 shops and those are gradually getting better. I remember when I was a teenager that there wasn't really much choice in regards to clothes shopping but now at least there is a big Next, River Island and New Look. During the recession, ... more
Customer Grimsby in General Reviews (12)
by Sherpa - written on 24/03/12
Always wet but not a bad night. Sanitation could be improved.
by - written on 06/01/12 (Very useful, 145 readings)
Even though I have lived all over the place the past few years, Grimsby is my home town. It is where I was born and raised. That doesn't mean I have to like that though. Grimsby is a fishing town on the east coast and was formerly known as Great Grimsby. The town has a population of around 90,000 and boarders the seaside town of Cleethorpes. Being a fishing town, this brings in a lot of jobs due to the amount of businesses that have something to do with the food industry, factories being a major source of jobs. A few years ago, Youngs named Grimsby its source for fish and even used pictures of the docks in their TV adverts. Not many people I have told this is ... Read the complete review
by daisylee3 - written on 21/11/11, updated on 21/11/11
I lived in Grimsby for a few years and I never, ever wish to go back there again, but unfortunetly I do have close family down there and so as a result I do have to go down there atleast twice a month. It's a horrible place which I honestly can not stand. Grimsby is a small town in North East Lincolnshire and it's very near the ever so popular (not!) Cleethorpes. Grimsby is made up of various small villages, back streets, housing estates and street after street of terraced houses, of which a substantial amount are boarded up and so look absolutely lovely (!) The tower blocks aren't great either and unfortunetly they're probably the main feature of Grimsby as it's so tiny Read the complete review
by - written on 05/08/11 (Very useful, 115 readings)
Grimsby, what an actual wonderful place to be. You take things that are right in from of you for granted and slate it everyday, but until your somewhere else, you never really realize how much you want to be back home. In case you haven't guessed yet I live in Grimsby and I just made it sound like I've moved away or I'm at university, but I'm not, I'm still living here. Grimsby actually has a lot more to offer than people think, It's quite a large town now i'm thinking about it, we're made up of lots of surrounding villages such as Laceby, Aylesby, Bradley village, Scatho, Humberston, cleethorpes and lots more little villages which i'm sure not a lot of people ... Read the complete review
by anon - written on 19/04/10
im 13, and for me and lots of other people my age, Grimsby is horrible. Everything is boarded up, everyone speaks like a chav and it stinks of fish. However, we do have a shopping center and a beach close to us.
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