The town of Immingham has existed as a settlement since the early medieval period. It was mentioned in the Domesday book in 1086 as “Imungeham” and the town also has historic links to the Pilgrims who sailed across the Atlantic on the Mayflower in 1620 to form one of the first English colonies in America.
Today, Immingham’s port is a key gateway for trade in the UK, Europe and beyond. North East Lincolnshire is home to a range of global businesses including Phillips 66, Orsted, E.ON, Centrica and Young’s, creating rich employment opportunities in the surrounding area.
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Immingham has developed as a small, close-knit town with a variety of amenities which makes it a desirable choice for families, couples, professionals and downsizers alike.
The beautiful Lincolnshire Wolds, designated as an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, is just a short drive away, and sunny days can be enjoyed at the coast at Skegness, Cleethorpes and Mablethorpe.
With excellent schools, leisure, retail and health facilities, along with a host of employment opportunities on the doorstep, Immingham has everything you need to enjoy a relaxed, convenient lifestyle.
Things To Do
Immingham is ideally located for quick and easy access to a wide range of destinations.
The nearby Lincolnshire Wolds offer many walking routes through woodland, grassland and chalk pits, and provide an important habitat for rare flowers and wildlife.
The North East Lincolnshire coastline is one of the best places in Europe to enjoy a diverse variety of birdlife – its mudflats, saltmarshes and sandbanks are home to species including curlew, oystercatchers, dunlin and redshanks.
Around 45 minutes down the coast is Donna Nook Nature Reserve, home to a large population of grey seals, offering a perfect family day out and a chance to get close to these adorable creatures.
History lovers can also visit Immingham Museum to discover the fascinating story of the Mayflower Pilgrims who fled England in 1620. The town’s Pilgrims Heritage Trail is a three-mile walk which stops at four key locations, telling the amazing story of their voyage to a new life in America.
Immingham offers a range of shopping and retail options. Supermarkets on your doorstep include Tesco, Aldi and Farmfoods, with national retailers B&M, Card Factory, The Pet Hut and Home Bargains also close by.
Just a 15-minute drive away is Freshney Place Shopping Centre, in the centre of Grimsby. With over 80 retailers including high street brands such as M&S, Primark, TKMaxx, Next, Boots and Clarks, the centre is also home to a number of independent stores selling clothing, gifts and more.
The market town of Barton-upon-Humber is a 20-minute drive away and is home to a variety of independent businesses and traders selling homeware, groceries, art and gifts.
Immingham and the surrounding area have an excellent choice of schools and nurseries. Eastfield Primary Academy is Outstanding Ofsted rated, and Coomb Briggs Primary Academy is rated Good.
Oasis Academy Immingham offers secondary education for pupils aged 11-16 and is rated Good by Ofsted.
Outside of Immingham, Grimsby Institute is a short drive away and is a Further and Higher Education provider of apprenticeships, degree level courses and adult education programmes.
Immingham is also home to the Humber Maritime College, which has a rich history of delivering maritime education and training through its nautical college.
Immingham Swimming Pool offers a fun day out for the family, as well as a range of classes and exercise sessions for adults.
The centre has a 25-metre, five-lane pool, with swimming lessons for both adults and children, accompanied by a fully-equipped gym and sauna. A range of group exercise classes are available, including Zumba, group cycling, HIIT and toning.
GP provision is available in Immingham at The Roxton Practice, with Pure Dental Clinic providing both NHS and private dental services in the town.
The Diana Princess of Wales Hospital is a 20-minute drive away in Grimsby.
Located six miles north-west of Grimsby, Immingham has a range of transport options.
Road: Highfields is situated close to the A180, with easy access to Grimsby to the east and Scunthorpe to the west. The Humber Bridge is a 20-minute drive away, with the city of Hull only 40 minutes away. The A15 provides access to Lincoln in under an hour, with Doncaster also less than 60 minutes away.
Rail: Habrough is the nearest rail station at just over two miles away, with local routes to Grimsby, Cleethorpes and Barton. Direct train services from Habrough are also available to cities including Liverpool, Manchester and Leicester via TransPennine Express and East Midlands Railway.
Bus: Getting to Grimsby from Immingham is easy with the Stagecoach number 5 service, with stops at Stallingborough, Healing and Great Coates along the way.
Air: Humberside Airport is just a 15-minute drive away. From here, you can jet off to major UK and European destinations including Amsterdam, Aberdeen, Newquay, Jersey, Palma and more.
How to find us...
Highfields will be located just off the B1210, Stallingborough Road, Immingham, DN40 1SW.
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