Are you looking to move to Bridlington?
Bridlington's population in 2020 was estimated at 35,211, with many relocating to the coast after reassessing their lifestyles over the past couple of years.
Here is our guide to Bridlington if you’re moving to the seaside in the future.
Bridlington Spa is the place to be for live music and entertainment, it is a dance hall, theatre and conference centre. The venue has most recently hosted gigs by Madness, Last Shadow Puppets, The 1975, The Kooks, Kasabian and The Feens - Take a look at what's coming up.
There is plenty of entertainment for both children and adults if you're looking for entertainment in Bridlington for the whole family, Whatever the weather Forum Complex has it all; gaming & bingo, 3-screen cinema, bowling, restaurant & bar, arcades and more.
Lobster capital of Europe
Bridlington is known as the Lobster capital of Europe with an estimated annual haul of 300 to 400 tonnes of blue crustaceans. Using a simple lobster pot, a boat and their unrivalled knowledge of the local seas, the Bridlington Bay fleet brings this healthy, natural and delicious food to the plates of Britain. You need to check out the busy working harbour for the chance to see them land.
On the outskirts of the town, Sewerby Hall is something of a hidden gem, much loved by the locals, and also Grade I listed, recently restored to its glory days as an Edwardian country home. Sewerby Hall also has wellbeing-enhancing gardens, including a walled and a rose garden; and for families, a charming zoo inhabited by animals and birds from around the world, including a colony of Humboldt penguins.
Bridlington Animal Park
Bridlington Animal Park is an Award Winning, family-owned business and has lots to offer for a fun-filled family day out. They have a great range of birds which includes Parrots, Falcons and Owls, and animals such as Donkeys, Marmosets, Civets, Wallabies, Meerkats, Racoons, Pigs and lots more furry friends.
If you are thinking of moving to Bridlington, we can help you find your dream home - firstname.lastname@example.org or 01262 601704
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