Updated 10.am. This just in from Headlands
Headlands School Full Closure for all students from 10am 8.2.2021. Due to health & safety concerns regarding staff travel we have made the decision to close the school to all students for today. Please continue to check social media and school email accounts for updates.
Live Lessons will still continue throughout today. However please note some staff may be travelling from Bridlington back home and therefore it may be resources are posted on Google Classroom instead. Attendance to live lessons continues to be monitored by Year Leaders & our Attend
Bridlington and the surrounding villages are waking up to snow this morning as Storm Darcy brings bitterly cold strong winds from Eastern Europe.
Snow hit some parts of the country yestetday, but despite a few flurries the east coast only encountered a few short-lived snow showers.
However, the strong easterly winds have caused huge waves to batter Bridlington and the Flamborough Headland over the past two days.
Flood warnings have been issued for parts of the Harbour and surrounding promenade area.
The statement reads:
“A Flood warning for Bridlington North Promenade remains in force.
Strong easterly winds are forecast to cause continued large waves along the Yorkshire coast.
Overtopping waves and wind blown spray are expected to affect Harbour Road and the Floral Pavillion areas in Bridlington until 05:30 on Monday 08/02/21.
Strong winds and large waves are expected to continue throughout Monday, and so future updates to this warning may include subsequent tides on Monday.
Please be careful along beaches, promenades, coastal footpaths and roads as large waves and sea spray could be dangerous.”