Bridlington Town Council

Bridlington Town Council, 2a Marshall Avenue, Bridlington, East Yorkshire, YO15 2DS

USEFUL COUNCIL INFORMATION

The East Riding of Yorkshire Council - 01482 393939

ERYC Bridlington Town Hall Customer Service Centre is closed however customers can be seen by pre-arranged appointments which can be made by calling the number above.  For residents needing essential customer service support, many answers can be found on the website at www.eastriding.gov.uk or please contact the call centre

 

Bridlington Town Council – 01262 409006

If you know of someone who has no access to the internet and would really benefit from getting a copy of this list delivered to them please call the Bridlington Town Council as they can arrange delivery by a local councillor. East Riding Caddy Liners are available in the Town Council Office

 

Your East Riding Community HUB - 01482 393919

East Riding of Yorkshire Council is working with volunteers, businesses and community partners to help residents stay safe and well during the coronavirus pandemic. 

 

CallER Collective - 01482 215929

Friendly chat about anything & everything call the number above between 8am and 10pm daily

DOG FOULING - ERYC

Unfortunately some people are taking advantage of the current lockdown situation to not pick up their dog mess - the rules haven't changed if your dog fouls you pick it up or be fined. Report incidents to the ERYC by simply paying attention to details so that you can relay the information so that they can be issued with a fixed penalty notice. Descriptions of the person, where they live and the dog can ensure that they are reprimanded. Report them here.

FLY TIPPING - ERYC

ERYC are seeing a rise in Fly tipping and wished to share the following regarding - you can report it via the link:

Fly-tippers may be taking advantage of the present tip closures - so please be careful who you give your waste to.
Always follow the SCRAP Code to check the person is genuine - and won't just dump your waste by the roadside.
Residents are being asked to keep at home any waste they would normally take to a recycling site until the coronavirus lockdown is over.
The ERYC will continue to investigate all fly-tipping incidents and residents are asked to continue reporting them to the ERYC here.

BEECAN - Volunteer Groups and Community Hubs

Useful information from local groups and organisations throughout the East Riding - click here to find out more.

HighFiver Grants - Beecan are offering grants for upto £500 for specific groups to help with the Coronavirus pandemic. click here to find out more.