Meridian Park (Cleethorpes)

Meridian Park
Location Cleethorpes, North East Lincolnshire, United Kingdom
Coordinates

53°32′35″N 0°00′22″W / 53.543°N 0.006°W / 53.543; -0.006Coordinates: 53°32′35″N 0°00′22″W / 53.543°N 0.006°W / 53.543; -0.006

Type Multi-purpose events
Genre(s) Visitor Entertainments
Opened 2009
Owner North East Lincolnshire Council
Capacity 5,000
Website [1]

Meridian Park is a multi-purpose entertainment venue in The Proclaimers in August 2009 as part of the Cleethorpes Rocks Music Festival.

Facilities

Meridian Park has few permanent structures to allow greater flexibility depending on event type. The permanent buildings include the control tower, featuring box office facility, first aid and lost children point as well as staff welfare facilities. There are also two permanent customer toilet blocks.

Events

The venue has seen a relatively sparse calendar of events since its opening. It hosted two concerts in 2009 and a laser display to celebrate Guy Fawkes Night in the same year.

2010's first event was the Lincolnshire Fine Food Festival, held over the weekend of 24 and 25 April.

It has been the finishing point for the 2008, 2009 & 2010 Cleethorpes Carnival Parade and also hosted the 2011 1940s Weekend.

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