We’ve got a range of interesting activities planned over the next few years. Whether you know nothing about heritage or lots we’have lots of opportunities to get involved. There is a programme of events and activities to celebrate Bridlington Quay. You can follow treasure hunts and trails, learn how to care for historic buildings and become a building detective to name just a few things. Just watch this space...!
It's not just the history of hundreds of years ago - the town centre has changed and is still changing in living memory. We are capturing people's memories of Bridlington and its buildings and sharing them over the next few years. We are looking for volunteers to help collect these stories of Bridlington Quay as well as people to share their stories.
Our first oral history training session took place at the end of March and this first group of volunteers is now conducting interviews. If you would be interested in volunteering your story about the town centre or in interviewing other people please get in touch.
We will be offering a number of training courses and placements specifically aimed at heritage construction and craft skills.
We’re working to develop a resource pack for teachers to help student learn more about architecture, heritage, buildings and history.
If you would like to get involved or have any great ideas then let us know.