Thieves take wheels from Bridlington Lions Club equipment trailer

Thieves have targeted a key piece of equipment owned by a local charity.

Tuesday, 20th April 2021, 9:30 am
Bridlington Lions Club members were dismayed when they found that criminals had stolen four wheels from the group’s trailer which is kept at the back of St John’s Burlington Chapel. Photo courtesy of Bridlington Lions Club

Thieves have targeted a key piece of equipment owned by a local charity.

Bridlington Lions Club members were dismayed when they found that criminals had stolen four wheels from the group’s trailer which is kept at the back of St John’s Burlington Chapel.

The thieves also removed the awning from the trailer during another raid.

Bridlington Lions Club members were dismayed when they found that criminals had stolen four wheels from the group’s trailer which is kept at the back of St John’s Burlington Chapel. Photo courtesy of Bridlington Lions Club

The cost to replace these items will be £1,500.

A spokesman said: “We have kept the trailer at the chapel and have done so for many years without a problem. The combined cost to replace these items is £1,500 – money lost to help local good causes.”

○ The Lions Club is currently looking to attract tenders from ice cream businesses ahead of the Annual Carnival Fun Day held on Sunday, August 1.

Contact Bill Whittles on 07794 703828 to find out more information.