Events this weekend in and around Bridlington.
As the area opens up for business and entertainment there are some high profile events happening in and around Bridlington over the weekend
Bridington Lifeboat Open Day
On Saturday 31 July the Bridlington RNLI will host a fun packed Open Day
Everyone is welcome to visit Bridlington Lifeboat Station, based on the South Beach promenade near to the Spa, between 11am and 4pm.
To kick off proceeding town Mayor, Councillor Liam Dealtry will be opening the event at 11am.
Bridlington Lions Carnival Fun Day and Giant Car Boot sale
The Bridlington Lions annual Carnival Fun Day takes place on August 1.
As in previous years, the popular event will be held on the Lime Kiln Lane cliff top, and proceedings will commence at 10.am
To make the event even more special, on the same day, Bridlington and the whole of the country will be celebrating Yorkshire Day.
David Hinde Official Town Crier of The Yorkshire Society will declare both the opening of Bridlington Lions Summer Carnival officially open. He will also encourage the Celebration of Yorkshire Day by all visitors to the Festival and make a Special Yorkshire Day Proclamation.
Peter Jay, Lions Press Officer, said: “This event is expected to attract many hundreds of local people and visitors which should help raise much needed funds.”
As usual, the fun-filled event will have amusements, rides, entertainment and bar facilities and refreshments. There will also be a Giant Car Boot Sale and car parking.
Sewerby Hall & Gardens Yorkshire Day celebrationss
Sewerby Hall & Gardens will also host a spectacular celebration of all things Yorkshire.
Attractions lined up include music from the Orangery, Morris Dancing, Rusticus Woodland Creatures Activity Days (featuring Mouse) and Rusticus Woodland Theatre : Great Yorkshire Moments.
Visit the Edwardian Kitchen and discover some traditional Yorkshire recipes found in the East Riding Archives and make your own Yorkshire Flag to take away.
The more enetgentic can join in with Yorkshire Pudding and Spoon races and Flat Cap flipping (just for fun!).
The Driffield Town Crier will be in attendance to celebrate the day presenting the East Riding Of Yorkshire Council Chairman reading the Yorkshire Declaration.
(Standard admission charges apply.)