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Yorkshire TV stars discover Egyptian Queen Nefertari's mummified legs

These 3,000 year old mummified legs are believed to be those of Egyptian Queen Nefertari, identified by Yorkshire's own world renowned experts and TV stars Professor Joann Fletcher and  partner Dr Stephen Buckley.

Field House Surgery

Field House Surgery’s future announced

Patients have been assured that Bridlington’s Field House Surgery will be staying open.

Property: Cardigan Road, Bridlington, £350,000

Property: Cardigan Road, Bridlington, £350,000

A stunning and unique period detached property situated in a highly sought after location on the south side of Bridlington.

STAnley the Seal at East Riding Leisure Bridlington.

Taking plunge with scheme

East Riding Leisure Bridlington is introducing the STA (Swimming Teachers’ Association) International Learn to Swim Programme throughout its swimming lessons programme.

Emma Croft, farm trader at Anderson Grain Marketing Ltd.

Grain column with Emma Croft

The UK feed wheat market has continued to firm this week and although the screen is volatile, buyers who are looking to make short-term cover before Christmas are keeping values buoyant.

Mayor of Bridlington, Cllr Liam Dealtry, said the CCG should hang their heads in shame if a decision has already been made.

Have health bosses already decided to close Brid hospital's Macmillan ward?

A staff member has accused health bosses of having already decided to close Bridlington Hospital’s Macmillan ward – despite there being an ongoing public consultation.

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Video: Full route for 2017 Tour de Yorkshire cycle race

Two Unesco World Heritage sites, four corners of the county and a famous bridge damaged in the floods of last Christmas will all play a role in the third annual Tour de Yorkshire cycle race next April.

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Pet food recalled over salmonella fears

Pet food recalled over salmonella fears

A range of pet food has been recalled by its manufacturer following the discovery that the product contains salmonella.


Letter: Spaces will remain around hotel area

I refer to the letter from Mr Colin Cawthray in the Bridlington Free Press, 27 October, and I would like to respond to the two questions as follows.

The 2015 Tour de Yorkshire in Bridlington

Tour will bring international publicity to the East Riding

The Tour de Yorkshire will pass Bridlington’s new £25million leisure centre and Burton Agnes Hall for the first time.

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The 2015 Tour de Yorkshire also started in Bridlington

Tour de Yorkshire 2017 to start in Bridlington

The 2017 Tour de Yorkshire will begin in Bridlington.

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Pilot, Capt Brian Bridgman, was hailed a 'very experienced pilot' and bottom right, his passenger, John Kent.

'Simply brilliant' helicopter pilot not to blame for fatal Flamborough crash

A "very experienced” pilot and his passenger died when a catastrophic mechanical failure caused their helicopter to plunge to the bottom of Flamborough cliffs, an inquest has heard.
Lockton, pictured before last season's Severfield Cup final, which they lost to Cloughton 2nds

Lockton CC quit Beckett League

Lockton Cricket Club have resigned from the Readers Scarborough Beckett Cricket League due to a lack of players.

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Police car vandalised as officers worked

A police car was vandalised while officers were dealing with an incident nearby.

The new hotel at Beaconsfield will have a beneficial spin-off effect on other hotels and guest houses in town.

Letter: Spaces will remain around hotel area

I refer to the letter from Mr Colin Cawthray in the Bridlington Free Press, 27 October, and I would like to respond to the two questions as follows.
Charlie and Lou Kilburn have raised �5,000 for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance this year and �30,000 for charity in the past decade.

THE HEART OF BRID: Cheers To The Ship

Some people say local pubs have gone to the dogs, but in Sewerby it is more a case of the dogs have gone to the pub.

HENNESSY HEROES -- Native River, ridden by Richard Johnson and trained by Colin Tizzard, lands the 60th running of the Hennessy Gold Cup at Newbury.

Twelve horses to have caught the eye so far this Jumps season

With his rotund frame, his West Country burr and his farming roots, Colin Tizzard is not the most obvious sporting hero, even though he played cricket at school with Ian Botham.

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Santa in his grotto

Santa preparing to meet all the Boyes and girls

Father Christmas will again be taking up residence in his grotto on the third floor of Boyes in Bridlington, courtesy of the town’s Lions Club.

The trees are beautiful at the moment with a carpet of golden leaves below.

Wolds Diary column with Sue Woodcock

On Sunday I took myself off to a craft fair at the local hall and found some lovely items I simply couldn’t live without.

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