The Bellman of Bridlington Old Town has launched a new website as he branches out into the world of weddings, celebrations and other private events.
David Hinde, who announced his return to town crying when he took on the role of Bellman of Bridlington Old Town in April, said he is excited to be able to continue his decibel-topping talent.
But David, who in 2013 set a new record for the loudest recorded town crier, said he is still very much a part of the community as he’s ever been.
“Obviously it makes sense to be able to use my appearance in the Dad’s Army movie, which has already generated interest in me, and for more commercial crying work.
“There will be commercial opportunities across the region and further afield nationwide.
“On June 18 I will be opening the Priory Summer Fayre and on June 28, I will be opening the Garden Party for St John’s Burlington Church.
“I am still very much doing the community work that I have always done.”
David, who is a member of Bridlington Old Town Association, will make his next appearance as the Bellman of Bridlington Old Town at this weekend’s Summer Fayre.
This year’s Old Town Summer Fayre will take on a 1940s theme, to mark High Street as a central filming location during the making of the Dad’s Army movie.
And once again David will lead the parade this Sunday June 12 – as he did in the actual film.
He added: “We have a super programme. We also hope to have a full house on Saturday (June 11) for John Miller and his orchestra at Bridlington Priory.”
Tickets can be purchased from www.bridlingtonpriory.co.uk. David’s website can be reached at www.hireacelebritytowncrier.com