Skegness

Stephen Bear, the former Ex On The Beach contestant and Celebrity Big Brother winner, will be in Skegness on Halloween for a special appearance at a bar.

The Hive nightclub has been hosting weekly celebrity appearances, with Callum Jones from Love Island also visiting Skegness recently.

Stephen Bear will appear at The Hive as part of a Halloween event which will include a live fancy dress competition and a bottomless brunch beforehand.

The event starts at 5pm on Saturday, October 31, and has been billed as an “unforgettable Halloween night” by The Hive.

The reality star is coming to Skegness this Halloween. | Photo: Busters Fun Pub – The Hive Skegness

Limited VIP tickets are available, but general entry is free with a maximum of six people per table.

Stephen is more commonly known as just ‘Bear’ from his television career, where he is a regular heartthrob on reality shows such as Ex On The Beach and Celebs Go Dating.

The 30-year-old won series eighteen of Celebrity Big Brother in 2016, which landed him a presenting role on the MTV show Just Tattoo Of Us.

A 45-year-old man is missing from the Boston area and police are concerned for his welfare.

Dean Gibbens was reported missing on October 9 and police said, while he may still be in the Boston area, there is a possibility he could be in the Skegness area.

Dean is described as white, slim build, and around 178cm in height, with short grey hair and a beard.

Anyone with information regarding Dean’s whereabouts should contact Lincolnshire Police on 101 or via email at [email protected] quoting incident 355 of October 9.

A jar of money containing staff tips and charity collection boxes were stolen from a hairdressers in Skegness.

The doors of Just Cuts hairdressers on Lumley Road were forced and damaged just after 12.35am on Tuesday, October 6.

They returned around 20 minutes later when they entered the salon and stole the items.

Lincolnshire Police released images of two men they would like to identify and speak with in connection with their inquiries.

However, the force did not specify whether the men were suspects or witnesses.

Police would like to identify and speak with these men in connection with their inquiries. | Photo: Lincolnshire Police

Do you recognise this man? | Photo: Lincolnshire Police

Police would also like to speak to anyone who may have been in the area between 12.20am and 1.20am on Tuesday morning.

Anyone with information should contact police on 101 or via email at [email protected] quoting incident 26 of October 6.

Alternatively, it can be reported through the independent charity Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111 or online here.

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