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High Tides - October 13 to October 20

High Tides - October 13 to October 20

BRIDLINGTON Bridlington's high tides times for this week. Fri 13 1115 5.2(m) 2346 5.0(m) Sat 14 **** ****** 1250 5.1(m) Sun 15 0118 5.1(m) 1410 5.4(m) Mon 16 0229 5.4(m) 1514 5.6(m) Tue 17 0327 5.7(m) 1606 5.9(m) Wed 18 0414 6.0(m) 1650 6.0(m) Thu 19...

12 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
The future is looking Rosie for funny girl

The future is looking Rosie for funny girl

Rosie Jones is a comedian. A proper full-time comedian whose job it is to make people laugh. She jokes that she had to leave Bridlington because it didn’t hold many opportunities for disabled female comedians. Since moving to London, she has written...

12 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Google’s handy tips turn firm’s fortunes

Google’s handy tips turn firm’s fortunes

A Harrogate-based handyman has turned his property maintenance business around after receiving free digital skills training from internet giant Google. Two-and-a-half years on, the business is now receiving £30,000 a month of new business wins....

12 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
George reaches design Premier League with FIFA18 work

George reaches design Premier League with FIFA18 work

Most teenagers are happy enough just playing on the world’s biggest football computer game. But George McCormick worked on the design of FIFA18 from his bedroom in Bridlington. The 19-year-old, who has just finished studying business, media and IT at...

12 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Could it be you? Sewerby Hall is looking for a zookeeper

Could it be you? Sewerby Hall is looking for a zookeeper

Here’s a job you don’t often see among the vacancies in many job centres - zookeeper! But if you are thinking of a change of career, Sewerby Hall is looking to employ an assistant zookeeper. The job advert says: “Applicants must be flexible in terms...

12 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
£6.5m to boost Brid business

£6.5m to boost Brid business

Bridlington is to benefit from a huge chunk of a £6.5million windfall aimed at supporting businesses and community organisations along the Yorkshire Coast. The pot of European money will be shared with Scarborough and will be spent over four years,...

12 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Running the world! Sarah joins elite club

Running the world! Sarah joins elite club

Athlete Sarah Wood has really put the miles in to join an elite group of runners. After planning her global challenge for four years, she has completed the grand slam of big city marathons. The Bridlington Road Runner has travelled more than 35,000...

12 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
NHS Trust looks to locate every defibrillator

NHS Trust looks to locate every defibrillator

Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust (YAS) has launched a campaign to hunt down life-saving defibrillators across the region. Members of the public are being urged to take selfies with the life-saving kit when they are out and about and send them to...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Yorkshire to be hotter than Sydney this weekend

Let's hope you haven't packed the barbecue away just yet. For a predictable end to the British summer is on its way - a late heatwave. Temperatures of between 18-20 degrees are predicted for Yorkshire on Saturday and Sunday, along with plenty of...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Teenager arrested after car failed to stop for two Yorkshire police forces

A teenager has been arrested after failing to stop for two Yorkshire police forces in one day. The silver Kia Picanto car failed to stop for Humberside Police officers in Bridlington yesterday (Tuesday). And, at around 10pm the same day, police were...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

‘Light at end of the tunnel’

Little Lucas-Rylie Baker, the Bridlington baby with flat-head syndrome, has now picked up his new special helmet and efforts to raise £2,000 towards his treatment are thriving. The family’s online fund is now at £877, family members raised a further...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Sporting success for Burlington

Burlington Junior School has been awarded the School Games Gold Mark Award for the 2016/17 academic year. Awarded by the Youth Sport Trust, the accolade rewards schools who have shown a commitment to sport. Headteacher Alison Beckett said: “We have...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

What’s happened to Gypsey Race park?

It was unveiled a year ago, with the promise of £700,000 of European money to transform one of the main roads into Bridlington. Stage one of the Gypsey Race linear park should have been close to completion by now, but it has hardly got off the...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Remembering Jayne and Stig 10 years on

Ten years on from the death of a Bridlington woman and her nephew on the M62, their friends and family will hold a memorial walk to raise money for a road safety charity. Jayne Shaw and Stephen Parkhouse, who was known as Stig, were killed when a...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Revealed: Yorkshire's five happiest towns and cities... and the unhappiest

Property website Rightmove has revealed Yorkshire's most contented towns as part of its annual Happy at Home Index. The survey takes into account factors such as neighbourliness, a sense of belonging, community activities and access to nature and...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
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