2021 Scholarship Students off to a Great Start

The Lords Feoffees have received the first volume of progress correspondence from university students awarded Scholarships in 2021 and are pleased to hear how the funding is helping these students meet the costs associated with studying their respective degrees.

One of the Scholarship’s recipients, Rio Crossley, began the Textiles in Practice course at Manchester Metropolitan University in September 2021 and has shared her progress with the Lords Feoffees.

Since moving to university in Manchester I have absolutely fallen in love with the city, and I’ve had the best time meeting new people, especially fellow creatives at my university. In regards to my course I am progressing very well, I have been keeping up with the work load and making good use of the creative facilities university has to offer me, specifically the print and photography workshops. Within my Textiles course I’ve particularly been enjoying experimenting with painting, drawing, collage and photography, so these are the mediums that I’ve been buying new supplies for
throughout the last term. Rio Crossley, January 2022.

Applications will open in April 2022 for those wishing to be considered for a Lords Feoffees Scholarship of up to £1,200 to begin this year.

Manor House Christmas Opening Hours

Please note the office will be closed from 3pm Friday 24th December until 9:30am Tuesday 4th January.  Calls to the answerphone will be picked up over the Christmas period.  The Lords Feoffees would like to wish you all a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year.

Old Town’s Winter Festival

On Sunday 19th December 2021, Regeneration of Bridlington Old Town (ROBOT) held a successful winter festival including a steampunk parade and music from Bridlington Excelsior Brass Band and Costal Voices Choir.  The Lords Feoffees arranged for the gates to be opened for the parade to continue under the archway of the historic Bayle.

 

 

 

 

 

Bayle Museum loans WWI artefacts to Our Lady & St Peters

Children at Our Lady and St Peter RC Primary Academy have recently been taking part in lessons on the subject of WWI.  The Bayle Museum provided a loan box consisting of several original artefacts and a selection of replica items to enhance the lessons.  The school were also given an information pack detailing the history of two local servicemen, Major J. B. Purvis and Pte Herbert Vere Weissenborn, whose service medals are now within the Bayle Museum Collection.

Class Teacher, Rebecca Hilman said, “The children were thoroughly absorbed in their lesson. You had clearly put a lot of care and thought into curating our request and the personal items were excellent.”

Photo supplied by, and published with kind permission from, Our Lady and St Peter RC Primary Academy.

Burlington Junior School Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have given funding to Burlington Junior School for the purchase of a 75″ interactive mobile TV.  The TV will be used for teaching and assemblies.

Photograph provided by and used with kind permission from the school.

Scholarship Student, Katalina Leighfield, graduates with a 2:1

Congratulations to Lords Feoffees scholarship recipient, Katalina Leighfield, who has graduated from Canterbury Christ Church University with a 2:1 in psychology.

 

“In September of 2018 I had the great opportunity to attend Canterbury Christ Church University to study Psychology, 3 years later I have graduated with a 2:1. I never saw university in my future, never mind achieving the grade I did. I’m not going to lie, University is hard, but being awarded the scholarship by Lord Feoffees helped me in more ways than one. I was able to attend university knowing that I didn’t have to worry about how I was going to afford the resources I needed. I enjoyed my time at university because I was able to thrive in my studies and be comfortable without worrying about how I was going to afford life at university: Lord Feoffees offered me security in that.”  Katalina Leighfield, July 2021.

Applications are open until 30 July 2021 to be considered for a Lords Feoffees Scholarship of up to £1,200 per year.

Photograph provided by Katalina Leighfield and published with her kind permission.

ArtWaves Festival – Visual Art Trail

One of the 22 birds forming ArtWaves Festival’s Visual Art Trail is currently on display in the window of 10a Manor Street.  Following the trail, the birds are being auctioned with the proceeds supporting further art projects.

For more information about the art trail and how to take part click here to visit the ArtWaves website.

In Memory of Mr Brian Towse

The Lords Feoffees wish to convey our sincere thanks for the donation of £1,004 received for the Bayle Museum in memory of Mr Brian Towse.

The medals of Sergeant Joseph Sidney Towse, grandfather of Mr Brian Towse, are on display in the Bayle Museum’s Military Room as part of a permanent collection honouring the service of local military personnel.

Mr Brian Towse – photo provided by Mr M. Cascarino

Sergeant Joseph Sidney Towse – The Bayle Museum

The generous donation received in Mr Towse’s memory will go towards the upkeep of the Bayle, a grade I listed monastic gatehouse, and ensure that the Bayle Museum can continue to preserve Bridlington’s history and make Bridlington’s history accessible for generations to come.

 

The Lords Feoffees Unveil Housing Development

The Lords Feoffees new residential development is featured in the October 2019 issue of the Bridlington Echo.

Read Simon Kench’s full article online here on the Echo’s website.

The Lords Feoffees have built a new development of residential properties. The project has been the largest modern development the Lords Feoffees have undertaken and was executed with construction professionals from Maltech (UK) Ltd and Geo Houlton & Sons Ltd.

The new cul-de-sac, named Dairy Close, is situated off Scarborough Road on the site of the old Northern Dairies. The development of eight properties consists of four 2-bedroom semi-detached dormer cottages and four 2-bedroom semi-detached bungalows. Each property includes private parking and a private rear garden.

The Lords Feoffees are proud to continue to offer quality rental accommodation to the people of Bridlington and are pleased to welcome our new tenants to Dairy Close.