Picture: Ian Burt The George at Cley next the Sea, an 18th Century building just a short walk from the village’s iconic windmill, shut its restaurant and accommodation just after Christmas due to a lack of trade. Author Topic: Stephen Cleeve Twitter (Read 6062 times) 0 Members and 1 Guest are viewing this topic. But his lack of cash did not stop Property Partnership from new demands including an audacious “pay £400,000” for a “Platinum Account” - … A real insight into the behind the scenes workings of a football Club. Undeterred, though, Stephen Cleeve tried his hand at selling slices of England to the Australians. Mr McNaught is taking Stephen Cleeve, owner of Commercial Land, whose promises have failed to deliver, to court. He is now penniless. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. King's Lynn Town chairman Stephen Cleeve said in a series of tweets that the club had identified around 20 fans who had been purchasing under-16 tickets or using carer passes to gain admission alone. We would like to show you a description here but the site won’t allow us. We have a … View Stephen Cleeve’s profile on LinkedIn, the world's largest professional community. Stephen has 6 jobs listed on their profile. Stephen Cleeve @StephenCleeve We have completed our research into “fans” that have bought Under 16 and kids tickets it turns out that many of them are well over 18 and in some cases have been using Carer passes when going in alone. Stephen Cleeve, owner of the George hotel at Cley next the sea in north Norfolk. A guest post by Stephen Cleeve Most English fans watching the recent international against Wales were not impressed, the Welsh fans enjoyed singing “fourth in the world you’re having a laugh” and at the end of England’s one nil laboured victory over a team rated 114th in the world murmurs of discontent spread around Wembley stadium. Stephen Cleeve bought King's Lynn Town FC in 2016 and helped take them from the Southern League to the National League. He shares with you the trials and tribulations of running a football club and gives you some thought provoking insight into the world of football. The information contained in my posts on Stephen Cleeve’s brief tenure as UKIP’s parliamentary candidate for Kensington at the 2010 General Election is all in the public domain and my comments are fair, reasonable and in the public interest. ... Share to Twitter Share to Facebook Share to Pinterest. See the complete profile on LinkedIn and discover Stephen’s connections and jobs at similar companies. Turtle84.