Yacht Club, 22 South Marine Drive, Bridlington, East Riding of Yorkshire, YO15 3JJ
A number of talks on the history of Bridlington during the World Wars as well as exhibits on display throughout.
Bridlington during the First and Second World Wars has been rarely documented but this event will highlight how the town coped during the bombing raids, where events occurred and how we remember it today. Talks will be held throughout from experts, historians and veterans and staggered throughout the afternoon.
No booking required
Staircase to access the event.
Max 50 people per tour/session.There is a bar on site where visitors will be welcome to purchase refreshments however seating is limited.Contact for the day:Richard Jones - 07764858706
This is not to be confused with the Royal Yorkshire Yacht Club which is just a short walk away. This venue is directly opposite the entrance to Bridlington Spa Theatre.
PUBLIC ADMISSION IS FREE TO ALL VENUES
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