New Pasture Lane Community Centre Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have made a donation of £1,965.19 to the New Pasture Lane Community Centre to cover the cost of carpeted flooring for the main hall.  The previous flooring had been in situ over 20 years and was very much in need of replacing.

The Community Centre is a registered charity with a mission to promote, enable and facilitate inclusive activities, which embrace and address the education, training, employment, welfare, mental health, social, cultural, and recreational needs of the local community.  Events taking place at the community centre include Crafty Club and a weekly breakfast buffet.

Lord Feoffee, Diane Davison, visited the community centre to present the donation to the centre managers Abi and Kate.

Picture by the Bridlington Echo.

Run With It Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have donated £1,860 to Run With It to provide a series of “Match Day Takeover” sessions at Bridlington FC.  Children taking part get involved behind the scenes on a match day and experience different roles such as ticket sales, announcements, commentary, photography, player interviews and more.  The days provide a positive experience for all involved and also help to raise aspirations, life and academic skills in a practical way.

Christmas Opening Hours

The Lords Feoffees’ office will close for the Christmas break on Friday 22nd December 2023 at 4pm.  The office will re-open on Tuesday 2nd January 2024 at 9:30am.

Bridlington OTA Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have given funding to the Bridlington Old Town Association (OTA) for the purchase of a community defibrillator.  The defibrillator is situated outside the Priory Church Rooms.  Deputy Chief Lord, Dr Allan Watson, presented a cheque for the donation to members of the OTA while standing beside the newly installed defibrillator.

East Coast Majorettes Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have donated £1,000 to the East Coast Majorettes toward the cost of hiring a church hall for training.  Deputy Chief Lord, Dr Allan Watson presented a cheque for the donation to Julie Kirkham, Team Secretary, at a recent training session.  The East Coast Majorettes are an inclusive pom, dance, and military majorettes group who compete at a number of competitions.  The team began their first full season in 2022 with just 10 members and they have seen this number rise to over 30 following positive community engagement and competition success.


R.O.B.O.T Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have donated £500 to R.O.B.O.T toward the refurbishment of the historic phone box at the end of High Street.  The phone box, which was due to be scrapped, will now be used as an information point for events taking place in Bridlington’s Old Town.

The Coronation

The Lords Feoffees would like to congratulate Their Majesties King Charles III and Queen Camilla as they celebrate their Coronation.
Photograph by Chris Jackson.

Scholar Presents Artwork to Her Majesty The Queen Consort

Lords Feoffees Scholarship Student, Cerys Reece, has had the opportunity to present a gift of her embroidered artwork to Her Majesty The Queen Consort.

Cerys studies Fashion Design & Accessories at JCA London Fashion Academy.  The Creative Director of JCA London Fashion Academy is Professor Jimmy Choo OBE, the world famous pioneer of handmade luxury shoes.

Cerys is on track to achieve a First class honours degree. Well done, Cerys!

6th Bridlington Scouts Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees gave funding to the 6th Bridlington Scouts for the hire of the Scout building at Kettleness for a long weekend of scouting activity.

Thank you so much to the Lords Feoffees for paying for this beautiful accommodation for us to take the Scout to Kettleness. This beautiful old Railway station is owned by the Kettleness Scouts and it really is fantastic. It was a much needed first weekend away as a group because of the covid pandemic of which we had only previously been meeting up over zoom. Because of your kind generosity we managed to go to Whitby and go crabbing, on the beach and do a taster session of surfing. But mainly we stayed at Kettleness and went brambling, played games, walked through the woods gathering up kindling for our camp fires and walked to Runswick Bay. It truly was an amazing weekend so thank you once again from all at 6th Bridlington Scouts. S Taylor – 6th Bridlington Scouts


New Pasture Lane Primary School Given Funding

New Pasture Lane Primary School has been given funding for the purchase of a poly tunnel to support their work with Nature Friendly Schools.  The poly tunnel will be used by all the school’s children, including the Nursery and the Gardening Club, and will allow the provision of outdoor learning to extend into the winter months.

Photos provided by New Pasture Lane Primary School and published with their kind permission.