Retro – a nostalgic look at Bridlington’s past: This week featuring Bempton, Burlington, Flamborough schools, Bridlington Girls Choir and Sewerby Gala – plus many more photos from 2014

Here is another set of photographs from the Bridlington Free Press archives for our readers to enjoy.

Wednesday, 12th January 2022, 3:25 pm
Coastal Voices choir members, Carol Raines and Diane Burbidge look on as Andrew Aldis, general manager at The Bridlington Spa, cuts the ribbon at Happy Bathdays on West Street in 2014. (nbfp-msh1435x423)
Coastal Voices choir members, Carol Raines and Diane Burbidge look on as Andrew Aldis, general manager at The Bridlington Spa, cuts the ribbon at Happy Bathdays on West Street in 2014. (nbfp-msh1435x423)

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Janet Potter, pictured with her class, retires after 36 years of teaching at Burlington Infants School in 2014. (NBFP PA 1429-9)
Councillors Jonathan Owen, Jerry Loft, Yvonne Sparks and Jane Evison meet to discuss Lisset Wind Farm funding projects in 2014. (NBFP PA1427-14)
This excellent photograph shows some skipping race action from Burlington Junior School’s Sports Day in 2014. (NBFP PA1428-19w)
Pupils from Bempton School release painted lady butterflies near Richard Burton’s wildlife pond in Buckton back in 2014. (NBFP PA1427-18a)
The Bridlington Writers Group members celebrate Yorkshire Day at Bridlington Central Library in 2014. (NBFP PA1431-21)
Flamborough School’s Year 6 pupils show their delight after achieving 100% in their SATS results in 2014. (NBFP PA1429-12)
The Bridlington Girls Choir prepares to entertain visitors at the Sewerby Gala in 2014. (NBFP PA1430-1b)
This photograph features a martial arts demonstration at Sewerby Gala in 2014. (NBFP PA1430-1s)