Immingham's Mayflower 400
A new Pilgrims Heritage Trail
The final phase of the LEADER project has now been completed and the new Heritage Trail is now open to the public. The trail links four sites in Immingham and tells the story of the Mayflower Pilgrims and the town’s connection. The trail starts outside Immingham Museum and a trail map can be picked up at the Civic Hub, Immingham Museum or St Andrew’s church.
Immingham Pilgrims Day
On Tuesday 12th May, the town will celebrate Immingham Pilgrims Day. This is the exact day that the Pilgrims fled from the banks of the Humber in 1608. It is hoped that children from local schools will participate on the day to learn more about the Pilgrims and their history. Additional events are being planned too.
Community Pilgrim Festival
Immingham Town Council are planning a community event for the town to commemorate its connection to the Mayflower Pilgrims. More details to follow.
Planting of a new Pilgrim 400 Apple Tree
Date and location to be advised.
Guest Lecture by Dr Anna Scott
More details to follow but this will take place at St Andrew’s church at 2pm.
Illuminate Immingham 2020
Subject to funding support, this will be our finale event for Immingham’s Mayflower 400 commemorations.
Thanksgiving Dinner 2020
To be confirmed.