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.
The Mayor and the Councillors of Bridlington Town Council would like to say a huge THANK YOU to absolutely everybody who participated, attended and helped in any way at the numerous Centenary Events in Bridlington for Remembrance Sunday. The day commenced with the moving “Battles O’er” lament at 6am by the lone piper, Dave Leeman. The main event and parade was very poignant with all-inclusiveness of churches and witnessed by a fabulous amount of people at the Bridlington War Memorial gardens. The conclusion of the day was a lovely Service and roll call of the fallen of Bridlington at the Priory Church. Just before 7pm the doors of the Priory were opened revealing the WWI beacon which was lit at 7pm, followed by the bells ringing out for peace at 7.05pm. The Bridlington Town Council were completely humbled and thrilled with all elements of what was a very emotional and nostalgic day.
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The Town Council is very happy to announce that
BRIDLINGTON TOWN COUNCIL IS INVESTING IN OUR TOWN:
The Bridlington Town Council have been searching for some time for a property for offices in the town centre of Bridlington that would be able to incorporate a big community investment in the Town. The Town Council is determined to offer the Town some viable community space as such a purchase would only be justifiably in the best interests of the residents. The building being purchased is located on Marshall Avenue and will be... able to provide both a versatile upstairs community space and town council office space which will hopefully help to transform some services to the Town Centre area. The whole building will be fully Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) compliant in order to accommodate the needs of all.
Bridlington Town Council is currently working closely with East Riding Voluntary Action Services (ERVAS), members of the Bridlington Youth Coalition and local charities to source additional funding to ensure that the cost to the public is minimised and that services provided will be of maximum benefit to the whole of the Bridlington community. It is envisaged that the building will be open at least 5 days a week and will include an informal community space, training and educational space, employment, volunteering and apprenticeship opportunities, a café, a range of drop in services, along with meeting spaces and offices available for other local services, small businesses and community groups to use.
If your organisation or community group would be interested in using the centre, or have any suggestions that would meet the needs of your beneficiaries, please contact Fiona Turner from ERVAS on 01482 871077 or email firstname.lastname@example.org If you have any thoughts or comments in respect of the planned development, please contact Bridlington Town Council, 62 Quay Road, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, YO16 4HX (01262) 409006 or email email@example.com.
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.