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Derren Brown, the master of misdirection and star of many a Channel 4 spectacular, is back with a brand new live show.
Mallard Court care home is throwing open its doors to the general public to celebrate its 20th anniversary.
A new website providing a detailed insight into the workings of Bridlington’s harbour has been launched by the Harbour Commissioners.
A Bridlington estate is waging war on dog dirt to provide local youngsters with a football field.
Headlands School’s new headteacher says she is aiming to make the school “outstanding” by building on the good work of her predecessor.
Councillors have turned down an application to turn a former care home into a house of multiple occupancy (HMO) – but the final decision will still be taken by a planning inspector.
Sewerby 3rds had a long journey through torrential rain to Robin Hood’s Bay to meet Fylingdales 2nds.
Sewerby 1sts visited Beverley and having won the toss invited them to take first knock.
Bridlington 3rds entertained Seamer 3rds and stand-in captain Carl Parkin won the toss and asked the visitors to bat first.
Bridlington travelled to Hull to play Fenner and after losing the toss were asked to bat first on a green wicket.
The East Hull Summer League race at Sproatley was, once again, well attended by members of Bridlington Road Runners with a pleasing number of prize winners.
Bridlington Links EGGS Section’s third ‘major’ of the year took place last Tuesday in the form of the Brian Shepherd Trophy.
Hugh Dennis wasn’t quite sure how to react when his friend, Irish comedian Ardal O’Hanlon, told him he was the most British person he had ever met.
Nick Taussig is determined we should never forget the brutal excesses of Stalin’s Soviet Russia…
The 2013 Bridlington Arts Festival was another success for the town, with a wide range of entertainment enjoyed by residents and visitors alike.
As Test match cricket enjoys a resurgence of interest, thanks in no small part to Lancashire’s Andrew Flintoff and the unforgettable series against Australia in 2005, what better time to take a closer look at this inimitable game?
Bridlington will be awash with poems over the next few days as this year’s Poetry Festival gets underway - and schools have already been enjoying performances from professional poets.
Long before ‘the sisterhood’ burnt their bras in the 1970s, a diverse group of young women were declaring their female independence in the same spirit of reckless determination.
Businesses that are considering entering the Bridlington Business in Bloom competition are being encouraged to get their entries in soon.
More than 500 people turned out for a fun dog show to raise money for Flamborough Pre-School.
A Bridlington woman who was diagnosed with cancer in January is encouraging everyone afflicted with the disease to try and stay positive – and to support cancer research.
A group of talented young people shared in more than £1,200 given by a local charity.
A Bridlington man will take on a stage of the Tour de France to raise money for Macmillan Cancer Support.
A Bridlington woman and her two daughters have raised more than £1,000 for charity after taking part in a special moonlit marathon in London.
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Weather for Bridlington
Wednesday 19 June 2013
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