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  1. An image of a family eating in a lodge at Southcliff
    What could be better than waking up knowing you are only minutes away from the sands of Bridlington Bay?
  2. An image of a puffin flying close to the sea.
    Home to nearly half a million seabirds, including puffins and the UK's largest seabird, the gannet. Seabird Centre housing information on the wildlife on the cliffs, gift shop, food and drink counter. Events and activities all year round.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
  3. An image of a couple visiting Bridlington Harbour
    The area in which the Harbour is located is called Bridlington Quay, the Harbour was established where a small stream known as the Gypsey Race runs into the sea.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
  4. An image of a family at Sewerby Zoo

    When you think of Bridlington, you immediately think of sand, sea and amusements. But what else is there to do? There’s plenty to entertain the kids at this much-loved seaside resort. Here are some great activities they’re sure to love!

    20 Sep 2020
  5. An image of a couple shopping in the Old Town of Bridlington
    The old town of Bridlington has a historic quaintness and charm comparable to many more well known historic towns and cities in Britain. It being increasingly appreciated more nationwide due to the various festivals and activities.

Bridlington

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  1. An image of a couple walking on the beach at Flamborough Headland
    South of Bridlington the East Yorkshire coast has three distinct personalities: - Sweeping golden beaches in traditional resorts; great for families. Gentle countryside plains with quiet lanes and small market towns; perfect for easy cycling and welcoming pubs for Sunday roasts. The haunting landscape of Spurn and the Humber; a wildlife watchers paradise.
  2. An image of a couple walking through woodland at Danes Dyke
    Located on the south side of the dramatic Flamborough Headland, the beach at Danes Dyke is an impressive 1km stretch of sand, striking white pebbles and rock pools, bound by imposing cliffs to the east and west.
  3. An image of a couple in a displayed room at Sewerby Hall and Gardens
    Uniquely situated on a dramatic cliff-top position, forming the gateway to the Flamborough Heritage Coast, Sewerby Hall and Gardens enjoys spectacular views over Bridlington Bay
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
  4. An image of East Riding Leisure Bridlington
    East Riding Leisure Bridlington is a £25 million development on Bridlington sea front. The centre is home to Splash Zone a fun pool, 25m swimming pool, Clip n Climb, cafe, gym, sports hall and huge range of sports facilities.
    1. 1 Jan 000131 Dec 9999
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