URBAN ARTS FESTIVAL FRINGE EVENT 2022
The Reclaim Urban Arts Festival in 2022 held its first Fringe event in North Cleethorpes sponsored by Big Local
The Reclaim Urban Arts Festival returned to Cleethorpes for 2022 with a new ‘fringe’ event in North Cleethorpes sponsored by Big Local North Cleethorpes
This page has general details about the event, but keep an eye on the organisers Facebook page for regularly updated info about the Festival.
Big Local North Cleethorpes are very pleased to be able to support a North Cleethorpes part to this popular festival this year. We’re expecting this to be a great community event and to get lots of young people interested in art.
About the event
An overview of the event from the organiser Lynsey Powles.
Urban Arts session for young people at 82 Grimsby Road
After the Festival, at a date to be arranged, we’ll be organising a session led by Lynsey Powles to be held in our yard at 82 Grimsby Road. This session is aimed at young people so that they can ‘have a go’.
Dates and details will be announced in September. Watch this space.
When and Where?
Sat 24th and Sun 25th September 2022.
The main festival is centred around Cleethorpes Leisure Centre, but the Big Local sponsored Fringe event will be at Cleethorpes Library and along North Promenade.
The main event takes place over two days, but the Fringe event will largely be Saturday 24th. There will still be art taking place on North Promenade on the Sunday, but the Library events are all on the Saturday.
Follow on Facebook
The Facebook page for the event remains active and you can see pictures from the day or follow for next years event!
The Reclaim Urban Arts Festival is independently organised (by Lynsey Powles) and is funded from a number of sources.
Big Local North Cleethorpes was very pleased to be able to provide the sponsorship for the North Cleethorpes Fringe event specifically for the 2022 event.
Big Local has worked with the artist Lynsey Powles before. In 2021 she painted the doors of the community shed at 82 Grimsby Road in memory of our late committee member and friend, Ian Brockelbank.