Clampdown on colour around the seafront

New restrictions could be brought in to protect the appearance of historic buildings around Bridlington’s seafront.

Work has started on the new coach park on Limekiln Lane in Bridlington. Picture by Paul Atkinson

Work starts at clifftop coach park

Work to convert the car park in Limekiln Lane into the town’s new coach park began this week.

Sewerby Heads is closed. Picture credit: Google

Road closed following accident in Bridlington

A Bridlington road is currently closed following an accident.
May King Tsang a trainer at the Google Digital Garage in Sheffield

Google confirms it will extend ‘digital bus tour’ in Yorkshire

Search engine giant Google is extending its Digital Garage ‘bus tour’ in Yorkshire to offer people of all ages digital training and advice through free workshops and face-to-face coaching.

Geoffrey Boycott

Cricket legend to speak at Spa event

A Yorkshire sporting legend has been added to the list of speakers at a high-profile business conference in Bridlington.

The team at Bee Health are set to welcome 40 new colleagues

A real buzz about Bee Health

A thriving Bridlington business is looking to create 40 extra jobs on the back of being named as one of the fastest-growing privately-owned food and drink suppliers in the UK.

Thornwick Bay is a popular park near North Landing at Flamborough

Thornwick Bay named best in the north for family holiday fun

Thornwick Bay has been named the Best Family Fun destination in the North of England at a national ceremony.

The Scarborough Business Awards

Bond-themed party for business event of year

More than 70 nominations are in the running for the prestigious Scarborough Business Awards 2017.

Yorkshire Water is currently making replies

Repairs ongoing as Flamborough Road remains closed

Flamborough Road remains closed after a water main burst yesterday.

Last year's awards ceremony at the Spa

Bridlington businesses - could you win a tourism ‘Oscar’?

The search is on for the East Riding’s best tourism businesses.

Lisa Whitton, East Riding manager of HEY Childrens University, and Vanessa Rowbottom from Lloyd Dowson, with Bay Primary pupils.

Business on board for children’s university

Dozens of children from Bridlington will get a special behind-the-scenes tour of two of Europe’s biggest passenger ferries.

Bridlington's land train is swapping the coast for the capital

Sea Breeze is off to London

Bridlington’s Land Train will be making its way to London to take part in the Lord Mayor’s Show.

Sir Greg Knight

MP fights ‘exorbitant’ airport fees

Bridlington’s MP is backing plans to put an end to ‘exorbitant’ parking charges for people dropping off and picking up passengers at airports.

Aubrey Robinson, owner of Harmony Music School in Sheffield, with marketing manager Abby Abrames, on board Google's Digital Garage Bus in Rotherham town centre.
October 2017

Google bus is spreading the digital news

IT’S a Friday morning in Rotherham town centre and the training staff aboard Google’s Digital Garage bus are doing a brisk trade.


Revealed: All the winners at the Welcome to Yorkshire White Rose Awards 2017

Around 1,000 guests gathered in Leeds last night for the White Rose Awards 2017.


Yorkshire's thriving tourism industry comes together in Leeds to celebrate success

Leading lights from Yorkshire’s thriving tourism industry rubbed shoulders with VIP guests when the White Rose Awards were held at the First Direct Arena in Leeds last night.

May King Tsang, digital coach at Sheffield's Google Garage.

Digital Garage can change lives

Today, most of us are spending hours online, and nearly a third of this time is spent on social media.

Palace car park in Bridlington will be free during weekends in December

Will Bridlington get free festive car parking again?

Parking is likely to be free in Bridlington on the four weekends before Christmas.

Sheffield inventor goes mobile to raise digital skills

Sheffield inventor goes mobile to raise digital skills

WHEN Sheffield inventor Richard O’Neill began to read with increasing concern data showing how lacking British workers were when it came to digital skills, he decided to take matters into his own hands.

A trolley dumped near Bridlington Hospital

An end to the trolley troubles

They have been spotted on housing estates and in streams – and they even inspired a campaign group on social media.

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