Royal Kinema Remains

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:August 1919
:Royal Kinema Remains
The remains of The Royal Kinema destroyed by fire August 20th 1919. It was mainly a timber structure. At the turn of the century it housed a circus and was owned by Matthew Dowse. Its successor, the Royal Cinema was financed by Mr. Marnes of the Cleethorpes Laundry, in Neptune Street, and was a reinforced concrete structure, erected 1920-21. About 1965 it was demolished and the Excel ten-pin bowling alley took its place.
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