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Get on your bike and enjoy Yorkshire's cycle highways

School’s out for summer and the team behind West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s £60m CityConnect programme are encouraging more people to cycle and walk during the holidays.

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Michelle Burgess at the bar of the Boat Shed in Filey.

The Boat Shed in Filey is perfect for everything from tapas to soul food

Filey is fast becoming one of the must-try towns for foodies – offering everything from tapas to soul food.

Lifestyle
Headteacher Luke Fletcher with pupils at Boynton Primary School. Picture by Paul Atkinson

Village headteacher makes instant impact

The headteacher at one of the area’s smallest schools has celebrated the end of his first year in charge with an impressive report from Ofsted.

Education
Bridlington from the air

Theatre’s drone plea

Do you have a drone which can fly over the rooftops in Bridlington?

Theatre and Comedy
The 120th Bishop Wilton show takes place this Saturday.

Top family events to keep children happy this week

120th Bishop Wilton Show

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File picture: Roxanne Pallett

Former Emmerdale star injured in Hunmanby crash

Actress Roxanne Pallett has been airlifted to hospital after a high-speed crash in Hunmanby, according to reports.

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The young farmers donated �240 to the appeal

Heart appeal reaches its £5,000 target

Bridlington proved it has a huge heart, by helping a fund-raising campaign reach its £5,000 target well ahead of schedule.

Health
The League of Gentlemen are back and going on the road.

The League of Gentlemen return to their roots as they head for Yorkshire

For fans of the acclaimed comedy quartet The League of Gentlemen, it has been 12 long years waiting for their joint return to the live stage.

Whats on
Denise Birdsall.

Missing Leeds woman Denise Birdsall's clothes found on beach near Scarborough

Clothes worn by a Leeds woman who has gone missing were found on a beach near Scarborough.

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Parliament is considering a new Offensive Weapons Bill.

Knight’s Days - the Life at Westminster column with Sir Greg Knight MP

Although Parliament funds our universities, in this country we have a proud tradition of not interfering in the subjects chosen for academic research.

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The store in St John Street

Still no date for Co-op re-opening

Bridlington’s Co-Op store, which has been closed for months while repair work is carried out, will open later this year – but the supermarket has been unable to provide a more specific date.

Business

VIDEO: The Bee Lady creates a buzz at Sewerby Hall

Sewerby Hall and Gardens rolled out the red carpet for Hull’s Bee Lady, Jean Bishop, as she visited on Monday to see a floral tribute to her.

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Which Love Island contestant are you most like? Take the quiz to find out... (Photo: ITV)

Quiz: Which Love Island contestant are you?

Love Island has gripped the nation since it began in June, with many viewers having their favourite and not so favourite contestants.
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The French visitors continue to celebrate the World Cup win as they prepare to leave Bridlington on Tuesday morning. Picture by Paul Atkinson

Sing when you’re twinning!

England may have bowed out in the semi-finals but there was plenty of celebrating in Bridlington when France won the World Cup final.

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James Cowton. Picture by Paul Deighton

‘Dedicated, popular and professional’ - tributes to James Cowton

The motorcyling community has been stunned by the death of Kilham rider James Cowton, who suffered fatal injuries in a crash on the Isle of Man.

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Humberside Police

Have you seen Bridlington man Isaac Thorne?

Police have asked the public to help them find a Bridlington man who is being recalled to prison.

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Bridlington Harbour

Debating the future of our fishing fleet

A public meeting to debate the future of Britain's fishing industry will be held in Bridlington tonight.

Business

This is why Yorkshire does not currently have a hosepipe ban

United Utilities recently announced that a hosepipe ban will come into place on August 5 in the north-west of England, but where else in the UK has one and why doesn’t Yorkshire?

Environment
There are some specific poisonous plants which can pose an extreme danger

The poisonous plants that could harm your children - and the symptoms to watch out for

Although many garden and woodland plants are completely harmless to wildlife and humans alike, there are also some specific poisonous plants which can pose an extreme danger - especially if your little ones come into contact with them.
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GALLERY: Match action from Bridlington Town v Scarborough Athletic

Take a look at all of our photos from last night's pre-season friendly at Queensgate.

Football
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