Welcome to the official website of the Bridlington Town Council. This website has been designed to provide what we hope will be a valuable source of information to all Bridlington residents, as well as a vehicle for news about happenings within the Town Council and the wider Bridlington community. The website is updated regularly with new information and events.
Please note that this is not the Council located in Bridlington Town Hall; the Council in the Town Hall is the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Please click here for a list of the services they provide, or call 01482 393939 for more information.
REMEMBRANCE DAY SERVICE War Memorial, Wellington Road
Sunday, 13th November 2016 at 11am
CALLING BRIDLINGTON ORGANISATIONS
The Bridlington Town Council with the Royal British Legion (Bridlington Branch) are now organising the event in Bridlington and would like to hear from you if you are interested in being a part of this commemorative day in Bridlington.
Are you a Bridlington based organisation that would like to be involved in the Remembrance Day Service and have never been involved before? To become involved please contact the Bridlington Town Council – Telephone 01262 409006 or email email@example.com
by the end of September 2016
Launch of 2016 Mayor's Christmas Card Competition
Mayor of Bridlington’s Christmas Card Competition 2016
Do YOU think that you could design the Official Card
used by The Mayor of Bridlington?
The winning entry will win a £50 Argos Voucher and a Family Ticket to the Bridlington Spa Pantomime & also have their card printed & used as the Mayor of Bridlington’s Official Christmas card!
(Second Prize is £30 & Third Prize is £20 in Argos Vouchers)
If you are aged between 5 and 16 years old & wish to enter. Send your design to the Town Council by Sunday 20th November 2016. No entries will be accepted after 20th November 2016
All entries must have the child's name, Age & School currently attending & posted or delivered to Bridlington Town Council, 62 Quay Road, Bridlington, YO16 4HX
Prizes Kindly offered by Bridlington Town Council & The Spa Bridlington
Press Release - Hospital Shuttle Bus
The Bridlington Town Council is pleased to be working positively with the York District Hospitals Trust, Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group, and the East Riding of Yorkshire Council, who have all agreed to revenue guarantee a 12-week trial paid-for hospital bus service to enable the service to be given the opportunity to investigate whether a paid service could be permanently retained. The Town Council is very disappointed that the East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group has refused to allocate any funding to revenue guarantee the trial service and resolved to contact that organisation to convey the Council’s disappointment considering the importance of this service to the area. The Town Council would like to thank Mr David Boden from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Transport Services Department for his work with this important matter.
You can view the shuttle timetable here.
Bridlington Business in Bloom 2016
Bridlington in Bloom Winners 2016 with Councillors at the Full Council meeting in September
Bridlington Town Council has concluded this year's Bridlington Business in Bloom competition, the winners will be announced shortly. For more details, visit the Bridlington Business in Bloom page.
Town Mayor and Councillors
Councillor Liam Dealtry is the elected Mayor of Bridlington for the 2016-17 civic year. His Mayoress is his wife, Mrs Michelle Dealtry. The elected Deputy Mayor of Bridlington is Councillor Malcolm Milns, and the Deputy Mayoress of Bridlington is his wife, Councillor Thelma Milns. To find out more about the Mayor and Deputy Mayor, please visit the Town Mayor page.
The current Bridlington Town Councillors are as follows:
Old Town Ward
Cllr Liam Dealtry
Cllr John Copsey
Cllr Bridie Croft
Newsletter Distribution to Local Businesses
Local businesses can sign up to receive digital copies of the Council newsletter. The newsletter is delivered quarterly to households in the Bridlington area and is also available as a digital download for local organisations via our mailing list. Please click here to contact the Council for more information.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council Services
The Bridlington Town Council often receives visits and phone calls from members of the public regarding matters we are unfortunately unable to provide help with. This is because a number of local services, including benefits, housing, refuse, and more are dealt with by the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. Please click here to see a list of services the East Riding of Yorkshire Council provides, as well as contact information for each department.