From fish and chips to restaurant dining, you will find everything in Mablethorpe with a choice of pub grub, indian, chinese and italian.There's plenty of activities and entertainment available, including Loewen 2 screen, Dolby Digital 3D Cinema, an entertainment complex, bingo, pub entertainment, horse riding and much more.
We have a wide variety of rescued animals including Primates, Reptiles, Birds of Prey, Meerkats, Aviary Birds and our lovable Seals.
Mablethorpe hosts Britain's only beach hut festival, Bathing Beauties, in September each year. Owners of private beach huts compete in exterior design, amidst a backdrop of poetry, music, and drama.
In 2005, a new D class lifeboat, D-653 William Hadley, was placed on service.
From chilling out on the beach to Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary see what Mablethorpe has in store.
The Mablethorpe Marathon was launched in 2006 and attracted around 2,500 runners in its first year. The event has remained popular since its conception.
Why not take a memento home from your holiday, below are some custom gifts:
The town is host to two banks: Lloyds Bank and Barclays
Mablethorpe is located within the East Lindsey council district of England.
In 1998, a bronze medal was awarded to the Helmsman for a service on 12 April, when the D class lifeboat rescued the crew of two and saved the fishing vessel Lark. The fishing vessel had broken down in the surf and was drifting helplessly towards the shore, having lost her anchor.
One of Mablethorpe's long-standing traditions, its sand train, operates to take visitors to and from the northerly point of the beach.
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The Dunes leisure complex lies on Mablethorpe's seafront. In 2008, the old Dunes Theatre became Sharky's Bar following a refit, however in 2012 the complex was returned to its original state and branding.
As a result of zoo regulations we are in desperate need of a bigger seal pool for two of our resident seals, Nooky aged 31 and Popeye aged 24. The project will enhance Nooky and Popeye’s lives and well-being but at a cost of £30,000. You can read about the Seal Sanctuary Trust Charity, our Seal Pools and our Seal and Wildlife Hospital here.
Be up to date with our latest developments by liking the Mablethorpe Seal Sanctuary and Wildlife Centre Facebook Page, following us on twitter or viewing it’s content here on our News Page.
Mablethorpe has long been known for its traditional seaside amusement arcades.
Mablethorpe is a small coastal town on the Lincolnshire coast. The sandy beach offers a range of activities. Beach chalets are available to hire.
The town's esteemed sand train, in the summer of 2007
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The town was visited regularly by Alfred, Lord Tennyson - one of Britain's most popular poets - in the 19th century. Some parts of the town are named after Lord Tennyson (for example, Tennyson Road and Tennyson High School).
Mablethorpe is a small seaside town in the East Lindsey district of Lincolnshire, England. The population of the town (including Sutton) was 12,531 at the 2011 census.
Several small caravan parks and guest houses cater to the town's tourist community.
Common family attractions in the town include a small fairground and an award-winning beach.
Every summer Mablethorpe hosts its illuminations event (know locally as the Switch On). Each year, a celebrity is invited to the town to switch on its illuminations. Celebrities that have attended the event in the past include Barbara Windsor, Timmy Mallett and Wolf and Hunter of Gladiators. In July 2011, Twist and Pulse of Britain's Got Talent led one of the most well-attended illuminations events.
The local weekly newspapers are the Mablethorpe Leader, and The Target. Radio coverage for Lincolnshire is provided by BBC Radio Lincolnshire and Lincs FM. In October 2012, a group of volunteers worked together to create a local Community Radio Station, CoastalFM which aims to promote local events, organisations and news via online radio and podcasts.
Stagecoach Interconnect 9 runs through the town, the half way point between Skegness & Louth. Generally an hourly service with summer Sunday services only operating between Skegness & Mablethorpe. Grayscroft Coaches operate numerous services from their base on Victoria Road in the town, including service 1 to Louth via Manby. Brylaine operate service 96/96A connecting Mablethorpe with Alford & Spilsby generally every 2 hours.
The Mablethorpe Area Partnership will be showcasing the Local Community Plan, a living document, to be shaped by the community for the communities needs locally. It will also be updating everyone on the upgrading plans for some of the beach huts that the Partnership secured £50,000 funding for.
Mablethorpe's cinema, the Loewen, lies on Quebec Road. The cinema was previously known as the Bijou.
A new D class lifeboat, D-506 Patrick Rex Moren, was placed on service on 9 July 1996.
There is a variety of holiday accommodation available, including hotels, guesthouses,bed and breakfasts and self catering accommodation in caravan parks or cottages. There are also beach huts available for hire along the coast.
In 1883 the first lifeboat station was built in Mablethorpe. The station ran until the First World War when it temporarily closed because of crew shortages. After the war the station was closed permanently due to a continuing shortage of crew. The station remained closed until 1965, when an inshore lifeboat (ILB) station was established.
The lifeboat was launched in a force 7 gale and a heavy swell – extreme conditions for this class of lifeboat. The helmsman had considerable difficulty in negotiating the rough seas in order to reach the fishing boat. He decided that it was too hazardous to take off the crew and passed a line and towed her away from danger – a considerable feat in the huge seas for a lifeboat smaller than the fishing boat and powered by one 40 hp outboard engine.
In May 2008, a skatepark was opened in the town. Situated on the seafront, the park is host to a small funbox, a spine and two quarter pipes.
If you love animals why not experience a day in the life of a zoo keeper?
Everything you need to know about our location and facilities is on our Plan Your Visit page.
Along with many small seaside villages and some inland towns and villages, Mablethorpe lost its railway station in 1970 because of the Beeching Axe. The old railway station is today the site of the town's sports centre.
Welcome to Mablethorpe, a great town for seaside holidays on the Lincolnshire Coast. Our sandy beaches have once again been awarded with a blue flag.With more than four miles of unbroken coast line, Mablethorpe and Sutton on Sea offer something for everyone.
Mablethorpe is a thriving resort on the East Coast of England. Here at Mablethorpe Holidays you can find all the information you could possibly need and more ready for your holiday in Lincolnshire. A comprehensive guide from Accommodation, places to visit, fun packed Attractions and where to eat out in the evenings. - 2015 promises to be an exciting year for teh town, we hope you come and share the experiences on our golden beaches.
Mablethorpe as a town has existed for many centuries, although part of it was lost to the sea in the 1540s. For example, records of the Fitzwilliam family of Mablethorpe Hall date back to the 14th century. In the 19th century it was also a centre for ship breaking during the winter. Mablethorpe Hall is to the west of the town along Alford Road. It is near the parish church of St Mary (the Mablethorpe church group also includes Trusthorpe).
For over forty years, Mablethorpe has hosted motorbike sand racing each winter and spring. This has inspired the Mablethorpe Motorcycle Festival, which launched in 2010, and which takes place yearly.