Welcome to the official website of the Bridlington Town Council. This website has been designed to provide a valuable source of information to all Bridlington residents, as well news about happenings within the Town Council and the wider Bridlington community.
Please note that we are not 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.
PUBLIC CONSULTATIONS FOR THE NEW TOWN COUNCIL OFFICES
To shape this Community Asset and secure its future in Bridlington, Public Consultations are taking place to obtain opinions and views of what you would like to see in the new Community Hub element of the building and you are cordially invited to attend an event at the current offices at 62 Quay Road on Friday 15th March between 10am and 1pm to record your views and consult with both the Town Council and Community Group Co-ordinators. Questionnaires are available ( For members of the public click here and for organisations click here)
The deadline for Citizen of Honour applications has now finished - All nominations have been received for Citizen of Honour and a worthy winner will be announced in due course.
WWI COMMEMORATIVE COINS
The Bridlington Town Council Office have a number of surplus coins available at £2 each. For every coin sold, any profit will be donated to
the Mayor's Charity - The Royal British Legion (Alderson House).
The Town Council is very happy to announce that
BRIDLINGTON TOWN COUNCIL HAVE INVESTED IN OUR TOWN!
For more information about our purchase, please follow the link.
From left: Councillors Bridie Croft (Mayoress), Colin Croft (Mayor), and Shelagh Finlay (Mayor Consort)
Bridlington Town Councillors
Cllr John Copsey
Cllr Terry Dixon
Cllr Glenn Holmes
Cllr Cyril Marsburg
Cllr Bridie Croft
Cllr Colin Croft
Cllr Shelagh Finlay
Cllr Malcolm Milns
Old Town Ward
Cllr Liam Dealtry
Cllr Jacqueline Foster
Cllr Mike Heslop-Mullens
Cllr Thelma Milns
For more information, visit the Your Councillors page.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council Services
We often receive visits and phone calls 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.