Ammunition found in Cleethorpes beach WW2 aircraft wreckage
Graham Holden and his partner found the wreck while walking their dog on Cleethorpes beach Ammunition has been found in a World War Two aircraft which was discovered on a beach 76 years after it crash landed.
Graham Holden and his partner found the wreckage after shifting sands uncovered the site at Cleethorpes.
A Royal Navy bomb disposal team carried out a controlled explosion to "safely dispose of the items" on Saturday.
The aeroplane is believed to be an RAF Bristol Bea...