Bridlington Arts Festival received the largest share of fourteen small grants given out by the Town Council.
They are awarded bi-annually to local groups and organisations who the council believes help improve the quality of Bridlington life and its community.
The Arts Festival, which continues to grow in popularity, received £1,500 out of a total grants package of £6,762.
Other recipients were: Regent Archers £400, Bridlington Street Angels £462.78, Royal Yorkshire Yacht Club £300, Bridlington Old Town Association, £500, Bridlington Rifle and Pistol Club, £400, Bridlington Gymnastics Club, £400, Bridlington Sea Cadet Unit, £500, Kingfisher Trust Café, £500, Bridlington Veterans – Armed Forces Day, £500, St Mark’s Family Film Club £200.
(On confirmation of receipt of the relevant ‘Non-Theatrical’ film licence), Driffield School Twilight Bus Service, £500, Priory Enterprises, £400, Bridlington Hockey Club, £200.
The next bi-annual awarding of grants will be at the beginning of September next year and any local groups or organisations seeking a grant must have the paperwork to the Town Council offices by the middle of August 2016.
Forms can be downloaded from the Town Council’s website at www.bridlington.gov.uk or picked up from the Town Council Offices at 62 Quay Road, Bridlington. If you have an questions then call 01262 409006.