Plan Ahead For The Bridlington Old Town 1940’s Festival
On Sunday June 10th 2018.

Come for the weekend and enjoy the Festival Day on the Sunday. Welcome to Bridlington…

As well as Bridlington’s Old Town this seaside town has plenty of things to see and do,visit its Harbour, its Yorkshire Wolds made famous by International artist David Hockney.

When you need to escape the stresses and strains of everyday life, take time out to explore Bridlington’s unspoiled heritage coastline used for the Filming Of the new ‘Dads Army’ film as well as Bridlington Old Town which was used as Walmington On Sea for the 2016 Movie and dip into the tranquil surrounding countryside and see the 400 ft White Chalk Cliffs at Bempton & Flamborough Heritage Coast.

Discover Yorkshire Coast – Where to Stay in Bridlington

Discover and book your accommodation in Bridlington. Whether it’s a luxury hotel, a small family run guest house, a cosy coastal cottage, local pubs and taverns, some of the UK’s finest B&B’s, a home-from-home caravan or even a quirky teepee, you will be assured of finding the ideal place to stay for your holiday by the sea.

Bridlington Tourism Association.

The aim of Bridlington Tourism Association is to promote quality accommodation (both serviced and self catering), the highest standards and friendly helpful service.

The Association has more than 120 individual establishments which range from 2 star to 5 star quality graded along with Association inspected hotels, guest houses, bed & breakfast, holiday homes, holiday cottages, self catering flats and self-catering apartments – Caravan & Camping Sites Around Bridlington.

Website fo find campsites in the wider Bridlington area including Flamborough, Sewerby, Bempton, Rudston, Buckton, Hunmanby, Reighton, Wold Newton, Carnaby, Barmston, Boynton, Burton Fleming, Wilsthorpe and Grindale.

Caravan & Camping Club – Club Sites.

There are also lots of Farms in the Surrounding area which are Members of the Caravan & Camping Club.

Getting Here – Bridlington OLD TOWN,Yorkshire

Bridlington Old Town is on the northern edge of the Town, some 1.3 miles away from the resort itself and where The Old Town developed around the 900 Year Old Bridlington Priory Church,part of the 1940’s Festival area.

It’s 0.9 miles from Bridlington Railway Station & National Rail, 1.3 miles from the beach and 5.3 miles from Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast.

The postcode for your Sat Nav’s & Route Planners is YO16 4QA. Please Follow AA Yellow Sign Posting to Festival Car Park.

Many thanks to Our Sponsors for 2018.

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