Bridlington Heritage

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We are running a public vote from Monday 17 February for two weeks on nominations for a number of proposed plaques to be installed across the Bridlington Conservation Areas. it is up to you however who or what gets recognition by way of a plaque! Choose your top four choices from the shortlist, and the top four nominations will be recognised by the plaques.

You can vote by visiting the exhibition at the Bridlington Local Studies Library between Monday 17 February, and Saturday 29 February, where you will find a short summary on each of the nominations, and a voting form for you to complete and post in the box provided.

You can also vote online by clicking here (right click, and then click on open in new tab if you wish to keep this page open)

View the nominations here (a PDF will download which you will need to click on to open)

Discover the stories of Bridlington, the coast and its people.



This site currently contains two aspects of Bridlington's heritage:

Bridlington Maritime Trail
A series of artworks, interpretation boards and places of interest around the harbour area. Explore the trail on foot and use QR codes on the information boards to access extra content on your mobile device, or read some of the stories here on the website.

Bridlington Townscape Heritage
A scheme to improve parts of the Bridlington Quay conservation area, focussing on its heritage and the history of the area.

You can also learn more about the regeneration of Bridlington at www.bridlingtonrenaissance.com

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We will have a number of events coming up, so keep your eyes peeled! However, in the menatime, why not take a self-guided walks around Bridlngton Old Town and spot all the "blue plaques"?

Why not make a day of it and visit the art Galleries and antique shops, and enjoy the local restaurants, cafes or pubs along the way!

Find out more about heritage themed events and venues at www.heritageopendays.org.uk.