Retro – a nostalgic look at Bridlington’s past: This week featuring Flamborough Gala, Bridlington Rangers Saxons, Flamborough CC and RNLI Lifeguards – plus many more photos from 2014

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

By The Newsroom
Tuesday, 18th January 2022, 3:00 pm
RSPB Bempton Cliffs staff, volunteers and visitors celebrate in 2014 after the popular nature reserve landed a grant award. Do you recognise any of the people in the photograph. Picture taken by Paul Atkinson. (NBFP PA1432-3b)
RSPB Bempton Cliffs staff, volunteers and visitors celebrate in 2014 after the popular nature reserve landed a grant award. Do you recognise any of the people in the photograph. Picture taken by Paul Atkinson. (NBFP PA1432-3b)

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Running the Flamborough Sports Club Tombola as people visit the Flamborough Gala in 2014. (nbfp-msh1432y039)
Saint Catherine’s fundraisers attend the Flamborough Gala in 2014 to bring in much-needed funds for the charity. (nbfp-msh1432y024)
The Nick Rook Band keep visitors entertained at Sewerby Hall’s ‘Message to the Sea’ family arts event in 2014. (nbfp-msh1435x893)
RLNI Lifeguards Christy Milner and Oliver Wray with RNLI fundraisers Ben Sarney and Jamie Nunn at Sewerby Hall in 2014. (nbfp-msh1435x842)
Bridlington Rangers U7s Saxons take part in the football competition during the 12th Flamborough Gala in 2014. (nbfp-msh1432y008)
Flamborough Vikings U7s pose for the photographer during the 12th Flamborough Gala in 2014. (nbfp-msh1432y003)
Flamborough CC celebrate winning the Driffield Evening League Knockout Cup Final in 2014. (ndtp-msh1429x991)
Jean Pennington, Christine Whittaker, Pauline Bravery and Helen Lee serve up great treats during the craft fairat St Oswald’s Church. (nbfp-msh1435x431)