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Shark washes up on Bridlington beach

Pictures have emerged of what appears to be a shark washed up on Bridlington beach.
The Archbishop of York during his visit to Headlands School.

Archbishop talks to student council

Headlands School recently welcomed the Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu, to talk to the Student Council and also meet students undertaking GCSE Religious Studies at the school.

Ryan and Kath Melles at the Property Shop in Quay Road

Building up from their spare room to a property empire

Their business started in their spare room 25 years ago, but Ryan and Kath Melles have seen their property empire grow and grow.

Brave youngster Bradley Lowery

Brave Bradley Lowery having a 'brilliant time' as he visits Flamborough

Brave youngster Bradley Lowery was in Flamborough yesterday, as his family continue "making the most of everything" on their holiday along the East Coast.

Headlands pupils develop their skills with some help from the Robert Fuller Gallery at the Bridlington Spa.

GCSE students shine at ArtWaves

ArtWaves is a visual art festival celebrating the life and colour of East Yorkshire showcasing traditional art forms with digital, contemporary and urban art.

The Aprilia RS125

Reward offered for information on stolen bike

Have you seen this bike?

Bridlington high tide times.

High Tides - June 23 to June 30


Bridlington south beach

‘How is the man I saved on the beach?’

A student who found an injured man on the beach in Bridlington, helping him until paramedics arrived, is trying to find out news on how his recovery is progressing.

Anthony Hurd, manager of the Living Seas Centre at Flamborough.

Take work on the wild side

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust, which runs the Living Seas Centre at Flamborough, is aiming to kick-start the careers of young conservation enthusiasts.

The Heritage Coast

VIDEO: Injured woman rescued from beach

A woman with a broken ankle was airlifted from the beach to the clifftops at Flamborough late on Saturday afternoon.

Noah and AJ Stirk test out the survey's findings

Brid beach is king of the sandcastles

A university professor has put Bridlington second in the list of the best British beaches for building sandcastles.

Little Voice is at the SJT until 19 August.

LV comes home to standing ovation

Filmed in Scarborough – the all-star 1998 film brings back fond memories. The stage version of Little Voice continues to beguile the British public. The latest rendering at the Stephen Joseph Theatre elicited that rare accolade in Scarborough – a standing ovation.

The Matre d' on Channel 4's First Dates, Fred Sirieix.

Channel 4's First Dates looking for Bridlington singletons for new series

Are you looking for love? Well you could be in luck as Channel 4's First Dates is looking for people from Bridlington to appear on the show.
Enjoy a day on the beach.

Don’t miss out on these great events!

Car boot sale

A secret garden event is taking place in Bridlington Old Town.

Ten of the best events for families

Yorkshire Belle

Oliver Stone pictured with one of the trolleys dumped in the West Hill area

Runaway trolleys littering the town

Runaway trolleys popping up around Bridlington are becoming a common sight but now a humorous campaign has been set up to tackle the issue.

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Emma Croft, farm trader at Anderson grain Marketing Ltd.

The Grain column with Emma Croft

Week one of Brexit talks is now well underway and the value of the pound against the value of the Euro has therefore been extremely volatile this week. The early sessions are described as a “trust building exercise” and there are currently no major developments to report of.

Police said there have still not been any arrests

Stab victim is ‘lucky to be alive’

A teenager was stabbed in the back as he walked to the shop to buy a pint of milk with his sister in Bridlington.

Pupils select their favourite party during the election day vote.

Conservatives elected in school vote

Election fever hit Headlands School on Thursday 8 June, just like the rest of the country.

Healthwatch in North Yorkshire and York urge NHS national bodies to put patient safety before money.

Scarborough and Bridlington hospitals facing "significant cost reductions"

A health watchdog has said that the organisations which run Scarborough and Bridlington hospitals needs to make "significant cost reductions".
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