Not content with disregarding the residents wishes regarding the coach park the construction company has seen fit to dig up two memorial trees planted on the Sewerby top entrance next to the Coastguard Station.
In response to Aled Jones’ letter about EU regulations on the sale of cabbages: the claim that there are 26,911 words of EU regulation has been made about various things including ‘the export of duck eggs’, and for some reason people who should know better report these claims as fact.
I would just like to say that my friends and myself and husband had a fantastic weekend in Bridlington for the scooter weekend, and would like to thank the people of Bridlington for a very successful event once again.
I see the subject of services at Bridlington Hospital has surfaced again. Last time the subject of services at Brid Hospital was reported in the Free Press, Sir Greg Knight was in favour of hospital chiefs’ plans of changes to services at Brid Hospital.
After several years of deliberation it is evident that the East Riding of Yorkshire Council are clueless as to the future of the Hilderthorpe Road coach park site. In a move to sell the 3.4 acre site in its entirety has (against strong objection and forewarning) decided on a £1m scatterbrain plan to channel the coaches through the already congested town roads to a grossly inappropriate site at Limeklin Lane.
It’s good news to learn that Yorkshire will get its first Maggie’s Centre soon to be opened at St James’ Hospital. Maggie’s Centres can successfully treat thousands of folk each year throughout the UK.
Further to the occasional correspondence bewailing the loss of our once vital hospital, I find it hard to believe that the population of Bridlington tolerate the manifestations of varying bodies of health care officials, who in their “wisdom” decide what must happen to our hospital generally after what is laughingly described as “consultation”.