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Bridlington Townscape Heritage - Did You Know? Activity
The Bridlington Quay Townscape Heritage project is planning to install a series of plaques that highlight places of special interest and would like you to vote for your favourites from the shortlist below.
These are intended to complement the Maritime Trail boards and markers and the plaque to the Victoria Rooms on Garrison Square, as well as the blue plaques in the Old Town.
The plaques, which will be funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund, aim to commemorate a person, place or incident that relates to Bridlington.
Using the form below, please choose your four nominations. The four choices that receive the most votes will be selected for a plaque. Any submissions which have more than four votes will not be considered.
Please refer to the information sheet available under the activities tab (at the top of the page) at
for more information on the shortlist below!
Want to know more about the above, or the history of Bridlington?
Then please make sure you visit the Bridlington Local Studies Library on King Street where there is an abundance of books and other resources which are full of interesting (and in some cases no doubt surprising) information about Bridlington and the wider area. It’s definitely worth a look, and the friendly and helpful staff will be more than happy to assist you!
For more information on the National Lottery Heritage Fund, please visit:
And for more information on the Bridlington Townscape Heritage Scheme and information on the history of Bridlington, please visit:
Garrison Street/Esplanade - Charlotte Bronte
1-2 Garrison Street - The Waterloo Pierotts
The George Prince Street - Humphry Sandwith
Prince Street - Thomas Hopper Alderson
The Crescent/Marlborough Terrace - Joseph Earnshaw /G.W Travis
Rock n Candy - Bishop's Improved Baths
18 Prince Street - William Foster Brigham
Garrison Square - Captain George Symons (VC)
Britannia Court, Prince Street - WWII bomb site
Chapel Street - Methodist Chapels
Bridlington Quay (Prince Street) - Bridlington's Horse Bus service
Garrison Square - Bridlington's Hawaiian Beach Boys
Harbour Road - Christopher 'Kit' Brown
Harbour Wall - T.E. Lawrence (Lawrence of Arabia)
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