Family appealing for information after unusual gold ring is lost on Bridlington’s south side
A family is appealing for help from Bridlington residents and visitors after a ring was lost somewhere on the town’s south side along the seafront.
Norman Terry and his family visited Bridlington on Monday, June 14, staying along the south beach area between 10am and 4.30pm.
During this time, he lost the ring which is made from his wife’s medical alert pendent and a wedding ring.
The ring showcases a pole with two wings emblazoned on the top with two snakes wrapped around it.
Mr Terry thinks it may have come loose while he was washing his hands at the toilets or close by.
Mr Terry said: “We were on the beach close to the RNLI boathouse, the toilets, the Ritchies Cafe and the land train.
“We retraced our steps on Tuesday morning in the hope some kind person may have handed it in but unfortunately had no luck.
“The ring is 22-carat gold and is made from my late wife’s medical alert pendant and wedding ring.
“As you can imagine we are extremely upset. If someone knows where it may be we would love to hear from them.”
Email Bridlington Free Press at [email protected] if you have any information about the missing ring and we will pass the message on.