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Letter: Non-appearance of our Wolds

I noticed the story in the Bridlington Free Press concerning the council’s view that the Yorkshire Wolds should be promoted for tourism.

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Traffic lights at Flamborough Road are causing delays and tailbacks.

Letter: Please check town maps

The genius behind road management during the lamp post exchange is not that clever.

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Seagulls have been dive bombing visitors.

Letter: Seagulls can be stopped

So the seagulls in Bridlington have become famous on local TV.

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Bridlington Park and Ride.

Letter: Open park and ride to ease congestion

I live up near the park and ride and I keep wondering why it’s not open in the winter - at least at weekends for parking only.

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Sarah Pashley is moving on from her role as headteacher at Bridlington School to take on a new job as principal of Ron Dearing UTC in Hull.

Letter: Did school cuts spark departure?

Re the Free Press report that Mrs Sarah Pashley, headteacher of Bridlington School, has decided to bring the curtain down on her seven-and-a-half years:

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Havelock Place is used regularly as a rat run.

Letter: Near misses on access only street

Havelock Place is a rat run. The council has received many complaints regarding the use of this road.

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The shuttle bus service has now ended.

Letter: Town bid to raise shuttle bus funds

The shuttle bus which runs between Bridlington and Scarborough hospitals has stopped operating, finished, ended, gone.

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Bridlington Hospital runs with a reduced service.

Letter: Everything has a price tag

Further to the dismantling of more social services in Bridlington, where’s “drummer” Sir Greg Knight’s influence when so badly needed?

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Bempton Lane.

Letter: Plenty of roads need rebuilding

Re roads that need rebuilding (article in the Bridlington Free Press):

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The hospital shuttle bus which ran between Bridlington and Scarborough.

Letter: Council stepped in to help shuttle bus

I’m writing in response to the coverage of the Bridlington to Scarborough shuttle bus trial in the January 19 edition of the Free Press.

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Bempton Lane.

Letter: Road needs repairing

Re the interest in the state of the roads in Bridlington including Bempton Lane.

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Demonstrators at Northallerton protest against fracking in Yorkshire.

Letter: Fracking will undermine our roads

As your recent campaign highlighted, many local roads are already in urgent need of repair.

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The old Roman wall in St John Street which was destroyed just before Christmas.

Letter: Important Roman wall is destroyed

I am writing regarding the former builder’s yard site on Bridlington’s St John Street which was recently demolished prior to the Christmas period for a proposed supermarket to be built.

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Businesses in King Street suffered when the area was pedestrianised.

Letter: New traffic system will cause gridlock

As the new traffic system starts to become reality, I’m just off down to the bookmakers to see what odds I can get on total town centre gridlock for traffic come Easter 2017 – probably poor odds as it’s already happening now.

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The leisure centre at Bridlington now has a 'state of the art' wi-fi service.

Letter: Set to check new Wi-Fi service

It was good to read in the East Riding of Yorkshire Council leader’s column that the Brid Leisure Centre has now got Wi-Fi.
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Government to blame for NHS cuts.

Letter: Government to blame for NHS cuts

I was interested to read in Sir Greg Knight’s New Year message that “Bureaucrats at the East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group are reviewing healthcare provision at Bridlington Hospital and there is a real threat that they may attempt to cut services”.
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McDonald's Drive-Thru, Bridlington.

Letter: The menace of mobility scooters

Just to add to the debate around the disability scooter driver being “miffed” because he couldn’t go use the drive through at McDonald’s - and therefore jump the queue and get served first before others that had queued as they should.

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Letter: Generous support for Santa’s grotto

Letter: Generous support for Santa’s grotto

The members of the Rotary Club of Bridlington would like to thank all of the generous people who donated via Santa’s grotto in the Promenades Shopping Centre.

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Mayor's Boxing Day dip on South Beach Bridlington.
Picture by Paul Atkinson:
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Letter: Nanny state swim action

People who enjoy a festive dip in the sea on Christmas Day do so completely out of personal choice and often in generous aid of charity.

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Letter: Closure of ward an NHS failure

Letter: Closure of ward an NHS failure

Further to last week’s report and fears as a consequence on the what now seems ill-fated Macmillan unit.

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