Bridlington Town Council would like to support East Riding of Yorkshire Council and Humberside Police to set up more Neighbourhood Watch groups across Bridlington and help promote the sharing of crime prevention information. The purpose of Neighbourhood Watch is to make our local area a safer place to live and to help develop more of a community spirit. Neighbourhood Watch helps reduce your risk of burglary, and some insurance companies offer Neighbourhood Watch residents a reduction in their premium.
If you would be interested in being a coordinator for your street, please call Maureen Yates (Community and Crime Reduction Resilience Officer) on 01482 396380, or via email.
Safe Place Scheme
The Safe Place scheme is a Humberside Police initiative active across the Humber region. Safe Place is a simple scheme to help vulnerable people to stay safe while out and about in their community. Safe Places provide a temporary safe haven, help and support for those in need. This includes:
People with learning disabilities or difficulties
People with dementia
People who need support or assistance while in public
However, anyone who is feeling vulnerable, scared, confused, or lost can also ask for help at a Safe Place. Users carry a Safe Place card which they can show at the Safe Place if they need help. Look out for places in Bridlington with the Safe Place sticker, including the Bridlington Town Council office and the following:
Bridlington Town Council - YO16 4HX
NHS Trainers Bridlington - YO15 2AB
The Community Copshop - YO15 2AR
Tourist Information Centre - YO15 2NP
Tesco Bridlington - YO15 3EP
Morrisons Bridlington - YO16 4SJ
The Promenades Shopping Centre - YO15 2DX
The Samaritans Charity Shop - YO15 2SF
Woodcock Mobility - YO15 2SA
Bridlington Library - YO15 2DF
For more information about the Safe Place scheme, click here to visit the relevant page on the East Riding of Yorkshire Council website.
UPCOMING EVENTS IN BRIDLINGTON
ARTWAVES FESTIVAL 2019
Armed Forces Breakfast Club
On Saturday 1st of April the Mayor of Bridlington Cllr Liam Dealtry along with a host of Bridlington Veterans will help re launch the Bridlington Veterans Breakfast club .The club originally started in May 2015 and had a hard core regular group of 10 or so Veterans in attendance on the Mornings .
With changes to the days to try and fit people's needs the club started to dwindle Now coming up to its 2nd Anniversary the club is relaunching its self and is looking for any Veterans that may want to come down to turn up at Richie's cafe bar on Saturday 1st April at 10 am .Its a time to pull up a sandbag have a brew and a chat and put the old nosebag on and have something to eat .
ALL Veterans are welcome also dependants .We are also more than happy to see serving personnel and cadet force Volunteers .
We will be meeting the First Saturday of every Month at 10 am .
Come along and have a gas bag and have a great hour or so with like minded people