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Guilty: Bridlington woman and teenager who neglected horses

A man and woman from Bridlington whose ponies repeatedly strayed onto Bessingby Hill have been found guilty of neglect.
TyreSafe urged motorists in the area to check their tyres as the wintry weather hits Britain.

Tyre check warning to region’s motorists

Safety charity TyreSafe is urging motorists across East Yorkshire to ensure their tyres are suitable for the adverse driving conditions.

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Budget rises - but bills still lowest in area

The amount of money each home in Bridlington pays for its town council looks likely to remain the lowest in the East Riding in 2017.

The council say they don't know when the school will reopen.

When will Bridlington primary school reopen?

A Bridlington primary school will stay closed today because there is no heating.

Cllr Jane Evison, cabinet portfolio holder for economic investment and tourism, Jo Ackers, Jamie Robertson, Holderness Fishing Industry Group Marine Operations Manager, Chris Wright, chairman of Bridlington Harbour Commissioners, and Ray Williamson, Holderness FLAG.

£800,000 grant to fly the FLAG for fishermen

The fishing community around Bridlington has been given a boost, after landing another round of European funding.

Yorkshire families wanted to go back in time and sample food through the ages

Yorkshire families wanted to go back in time and sample food through the ages

A TV company is looking for local families to take part in a new series which charts the British diet down the decades.

Bridlington Harbour

BREAKING: £3.5milllion for Bridlington’s marina project

Bridlington will get £3.5million for the next stage of the proposed marina project.

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Leeds Bradford Airport boosts New York flights roster

Leeds Bradford Airport boosts New York flights roster

Leeds Bradford Airport will increase its service to New York this year after announcing seven charter flights.

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Artists invited to send work for new exhibition

Artists invited to send work for new exhibition

Bridlington Spa has launched the ArtWaves Festival Open Exhibition in advance of the full festival programme launch later this year.

Craig David

Craig David to play Dalby Forest in June

Craig David has announced he will play Dalby Forest this summer.

The weather forecast by local expert Trevor Appleton.

Unsettled weather later in the week

Here is the forecast for the week ahead for East Yorkshire, Ryedale and the Vale of York - delivered by local expert Trevor Appleton.

The Snowdrop Spectacular at Burton Agnes Hall will run from Saturday 4 February to Sunday 5 March.

Super snowdrop show

Visitors to a popular attraction in the Bridlington area will find themselves surrounded by a white carpet of flowers next month.

Dickensian Lady by Bob Taylor.

Great snaps from YFoto members

This month, members of Bridlington’s YFoto photography club have presented a wide variety of pictures for the Free Press readers to enjoy.

More details about the Community Led Local Development Programme can be found at Bridlington Town Hall.

Community Matters column with Councillor Jane Evison

Good news has arrived with the start of the new year – the Yorkshire Coast Community Led Local Development bid for over £6 million of European funding to be directed into Bridlington and Scarborough over the next five years has been invited to the final stage of a Full Application.

Blue's makeover after devouring his owner's lipstick.

Cheeky puppy left with 'glamorous' makeover after devouring owner's lipstick

A cheeky puppy from Bridlington was left with a “glamorous” makeover after pinching his owner’s lipstick.


Video shows Bridlington cyclist's near miss with Range Rover

A cyclist came inches away from serious injury after a near miss with a Range Rover.
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Bridlington tourism

One week left for entries

There is still time left for Bridlington businesses to put themselves forward for the county’s most prestigious tourism awards.

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Old Town road improvements to begin

Major resurfacing work in Bridlington’s Old Town begins on Monday.

Sir Gary Verity

Summer was a record-breaker for Yorkshire

Yorkshire welcomed a record number of tourists during the summer of 2016.

Controlled explosions carried out on chemicals at Yorkshire schools

Controlled explosions carried out on chemicals at Yorkshire schools

Over 40 schools in North and West Yorkshire have been visited by army bomb disposal experts after it was discovered they were storing a potentially hazardous chemical on their premises.

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