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New manager arrives at Promenades

The new man in charge of Bridlington’s shopping centre has said customers are ‘in for a treat’ this summer. Carl Brown has been appointed the new manager of the Promenades, and is preparing for the precinct’s busiest time of year. One of his first jobs w

yesterday, 14:51 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Not-so secret! Hundreds tour Old Town gardens

More gardens than in previous years - and more visitors. Bridlington Old Town’s Secret Gardens has blossomed into an event which attracts hundreds of visitors. This year’s weekend raised more than £3,000 a record-breaking total. Organiser Phyllis Foster

yesterday, 12:07 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Sophie runs Headlands School’s own Race For Life

Staff and pupils at Headlands School put their running kit on to complete their own version of the Race For Life. They clocked up 5km in an event organised by Year 11 student Sophie Coates, who has lost six family members to cancer in the past year. She

yesterday, 11:44 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Lifeboat crew saves seven people and two dogs at sea

Flamborough RNLI crew came to the rescue of seven people and two dogs in the space of 40 minutes over the weekend. The crew were paged at 4.40pm on Saturday June 24 to reports of four people cut off by the wide between South Landing and Flamborough Head.

yesterday, 07:43 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The East Riding of Yorkshire council leader’s column with Stephen Parnaby OBE

This month marks the tenth anniversary of the devastating floods which affected the lives of thousands of residents across the East Riding. On June 25 2007, following days of heavy rainfall on already saturated ground, another downpour created a deluge t

Monday, 16:18 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Soldiers say farewell at freedom march

More than 100 soliders from the Yorkshire Regiment will march through Bridlington on Friday, their final ceremonial parade before a tour of Afghanistan at the end of July. Exercising the rights given to the regiment through having the Freedom of Bridling

Monday, 14:10 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Pledge to make Bugsy the best school play ever

When a hugely popular music teacher Jodie Cappleman sadly passed away earlier this year, Bridlington School colleagues and pupils made a pledge at her funeral that the show must go on, now staff and students are vowing to make the show the best the schoo

Monday, 08:11 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Bin It! show tackles littering problem

The Bin It! 2017 roadshow visited Headlands – and the whole of year 7 and 8 took part. David Stamper said: “It was an entertaining and educational live performance that tackled the challenging problems about litter in the most sustainable way – by changi

Sunday, 18:42 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Super landscapes and great wildlife

This month the talented amateur photographers at YFoto club have produced another varied set of images for the Free Press readers to enjoy. Street fare was taken by Chris Rushton at an Old Town event while John Hudson, Robert Graham and Peter Toney took

Sunday, 14:13 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Small schools across rural Yorkshire at risk from funding crisis

A funding crisis gripping schools across rural Yorkshire has led to grave fears that countryside communities will witness a succession of closures as financial deficits spiral and pupil numbers dramatically reduce. In the past six months, four small scho

Saturday, 13:32 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

GCSE students shine at ArtWaves

ArtWaves is a visual art festival celebrating the life and colour of East Yorkshire showcasing traditional art forms with digital, contemporary and urban art. The team from the Robert Fuller Gallery in Thixendale demonstrated techniques exploring the wor

Friday, 07:49 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Channel 4's First Dates looking for Bridlington singletons for new series

Are you looking for love? Well you could be in luck as Channel 4's First Dates is looking for people from Bridlington to appear on the show. Producers of the popular dating show are to start casting next month ahead of a new series of both First Dates an

Thursday, 20:19 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

High Tides - June 23 to June 30

BRIDLINGTON Fri 23 0420 5.9(m) 1645 6.0(m) Sat 24 0510 6.0(m) 1740 6.1(m) Sun 25 0600 6.1(m) 1830 6.1(m) Mon 26 0645 6.2(m) 1925 6.1(m) Tue 27 0730 6.1(m) 2015 6.0(m) Wed 28 0815 6.0(m) 2105 5.8(m) Thu 29 0905 5.8(m) 2155 5.5(m) Fri 30 0955 5.5(m) 2250 5

Thursday, 16:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Runaway trolleys littering the town

Runaway trolleys popping up around Bridlington are becoming a common sight but now a humorous campaign has been set up to tackle the issue. Oliver Stone, of Bridlington, penned an open letter to Morrison’s supermarket following a rise in the number of th

Thursday, 10:46 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

LV comes home to standing ovation

Filmed in Scarborough – the all-star 1998 film brings back fond memories. The stage version of Little Voice continues to beguile the British public. The latest rendering at the Stephen Joseph Theatre elicited that rare accolade in Scarborough – a standin

Thursday, 09:54 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
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