Retro – a nostalgic look at Bridlington’s past: This week featuring New Pasture Lane, Quay Academy, Burlington and Headlands Schools, Flamborough Golf Club and many more photos

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

By Phil Hutchinson
Wednesday, 27th April 2022, 1:02 pm
This excellent photograph, taken by Paul Atkinson, features an Easter Bonnet parade and best dressed winners at New Pasture Lane Primary School. Do you recognise any of the youngsters in the picture? (pa1513-23a)
This excellent photograph, taken by Paul Atkinson, features an Easter Bonnet parade and best dressed winners at New Pasture Lane Primary School. Do you recognise any of the youngsters in the picture? (pa1513-23a)

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Quay Academy School pupils dress up to celebrate Wold Book Day in 2015. Photograph by Paul Atkinson (pa1510-20d)
Staff and students at Headlands School enjoy taking part in Rod Nose Day activities in 2015. (pa1511-19c)
The new Toymaster Shop is officially opened by Bridlington Town Mayor Shelagh Finlay in 2015. (pa1513-29a)
The Bridlington Free Press Sports Awards at the Bridlington Rugby Club with guest speaker Rob Vickerman. Winners Flamborough Tennis Club. (pa1510-28p)
Burlington Junior School’s Design an Easter Egg and Bonnet Competition Winners are pictured in 2015. (pa1513-24b)
Burlington Infants School’s deputy headteacher Sue Bland is presented with flowers from pupils as she leaves in 2015. (pa1513-26)
Flamborough Golf Club captain Tony Barnes presents a cheque for £3,946 to the Ellie’s Fund-Brain Tumour Trust in 2015. (pa1513-8)
Bridlington Tesco store staff take part in a spacehopping marathon for Diabetes UK and British Heart Foundation in 2015. (pa1513-30)