Grimsby’s Fishing Heritage Centre will host the first Heritage Square Fayre next week.
The council’s tourism team has organised the day to increase awareness of the town’s cultural quarter and bring more family events to the area.
The fayre will be held on Sunday, June 12, from 10am to 4pm in Heritage Square and around the centre.
In a nod to the areas past, the event will have vintage market stalls, a 1940’s professional singer and a genuine 1960’s Cleethorpes bus.
The day will also feature special discounted admission to the historic trawler Ross Tiger and the Grimsby Fishing Heritage Centre.
Heritage is not all that is on offer, as younger children will also be entertained with a number of rides and attractions, including a climbing wall, ladybird ride and go-karts.