Ice Factory Talk


The story of Grimsby’s Ice Factory, which supplied the world’s premier fishing fleet in the days when it sailed from the town, will be revealed to members of Caistor Heritage Trust tomorrow night (tuesday).

Grimsby’s Ice Factory, which was built in 1901 and closed in 1990, is believed to be the earliest surviving ice factory and the only one with machinery still in place. It has been designated Grade II Listed Building status.

The talk by Chris Lester is tomorrow (Tuesday, January 13, 2015) at Caistor Town Hall at 7.30pm. Admission will be £3 per person.

nb: image © Copyright David Rogers and licensed for reuse under this Creative Commons Licence 

Shona Wall

Editor of Caistor Citizen Shona Wall is an NCTJ trained journalist and has worked for many local and national newspapers

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