Scholarship Student, Ruby, Graduates with First Class Honours

Lords Feoffees scholarship recipient, Ruby Walker, has graduated from the University of Oxford with a first class honours degree in history.

“I would like to thank the Lords Feoffees for offering such a generous scholarship to students from Bridlington. The money that I received from the grant was put to use to purchase a laptop, books for my course, and to help with the general costs associated with moving to university. The scholarship was straightforward to apply for, and undoubtedly made the transition from school student to undergraduate that bit easier. Altogether a great opportunity for hardworking students; I would thoroughly recommend applying.” Ruby Walker, August 2019

The Lords Feoffees are proud to help many hardworking Bridlington students, like Ruby, reach their academic potential.  Shortlisting for the 2019 scholarships is currently underway and applications for 2020 will open in the spring.  For more information regarding the Lords Feoffees scholarship click here.

Photograph provided by Ruby Walker and published with her kind permission.

Local Artwork on Display at 39-43 King Street

Local artwork now on display at 39-43 King Street courtesy of the Lords Feoffees.

Art student Amanda Harvey, pictured, (with deputy mayor, Cllr Jackie Foster, Principal Mike Welsh & tutor Joy Verda) was exhibiting one of many standout pieces as part of the final year of her level 3 art course and hopes to progress to a HNC in September.

Mandy is a student at East Riding College and has just achieved DD*D* on an Art & Design Extended Diploma Course.

My final major piece of work was the dress, which took 170 hours to complete in total.  It was a huge amount of work.  It is looking at art history from old to new, is made of an old, water-damaged book and is even wearable!  I wanted to highlight the relevance of art history to young people and designers/artists today.”

Picture by Simon Kench/ Bridlington Echo. To enquire about Art & Design Courses at East Riding College call 03451200044 or email  To enquire about renting 39-43 King Street contact the Lords Feoffees office on 01262 674308.

Burlington Infant School Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have given funding to Burlington Infant School towards the redevelopment of their courtyard area.

The official opening ceremony of the completed courtyard took place earlier this month and representatives from the Lords Feoffees were pleased to attend.

Photograph above used with kind permission from John Edwards at the Bridlington Free Press.

The story is also featured online in the Echo, click here to read more.  Photograph below used with kind permission from Simon Kench at the Bridlington Echo.

Our Lady and St Peter RC Primary School Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have given funding to Our Lady and St Peter RC Primary School towards an Arts Project in celebration of the school’s 40th anniversary.

Pupils at the school are designing and making ceramic tiles to form a commemorative display for the school’s reception area.

Photograph used with kind permission from Simon Kench at the Bridlington Echo.

9th Bridlington Rainbows and Brownies Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have given funding to the 9th Bridlington Rainbows and Brownies for a trip out to the pantomime, Sleeping Beauty, at the Spotlight Theatre.  We were sent this photo of some of the girls who enjoyed the pantomime.


Sunshine Nursery Given Funding



The Lords Feoffees have donated funding to Sunshine Nursery for story sacks and sensory bags.  The new resources are now available for nursery children to borrow.  Each sack includes a children’s book along with toys, props and extra activities to help the whole family engage with the story.

Sunshine Nursery sent us these photos of The Princess and the Dragon story sack being enjoyed.  Photos published with kind permission from the child’s Mum.


East Riding College student awarded Lords Feoffees Scholarship

East Riding College student Jasmine McCann has been awarded a scholarship from the Lords Feoffees of Bridlington.

Jasmine, aged 19 from Bridlington won a place at the Manchester Fashion Institute, part of Manchester Metropolitan University to study Fashion Promotion after completing her BTEC Diploma in Fashion at East Riding College in July.  Jasmine, who will start her degree in September, was one of many who applied for scholarship funds and underwent a formal interview process to win the grant.

The Lords Feoffees have awarded scholarship grants to students from Bridlington for decades, giving hundreds of promising individuals support with their university studies.  The grant of £1,200 for three years is to assist with the costs of studying.

Jasmine said, “Because on the course I’m doing I’ll be using specialist software like Photoshop, so I want to use the scholarship money initially to buy a Mac book computer so I have the equipment I need to work on my designs.  It will really help, I can’t wait to start my course and I’ll be keeping the Lords Feoffees updated as to how I’m getting on.”

Jasmine, who lives with her proud Nan, Margaret Fenton (pictured with Jasmine) excelled on her college course, producing a fashion magazine as part of her final project.

Course tutor Beth Jacob said, “I’m so pleased Jazz has been awarded this scholarship to support her with her university studies.  She worked hard during her time at the College and was one of my most driven and enthusiastic students.  She’s really creative and made the most of her opportunities with us, and I am sure she will do the same at university.  The Institute is one of the best places to study a specialist course and has a great progression rate into the industry, I’m sure the Lords Feoffees have invested in a future star.”

Press Release and Photograph provided by East Riding College.

Heritage Open Day

The Bayle Museum opened on Saturday 15th September as a part of the national Heritage Open Days festival.

The regency seat used by Charlotte Bronte was on display as a special exhibit for the Heritage Open Day, and Sue Reeves and her team (pictured) read excerpts from Charlotte’s novel, Shirley.

The Bayle Museum continues to be open to the general public Tuesday to Friday between 11:00 and 16:00 until Friday 2nd November 2018.

Photo by Paul Atkinson at the Bridlington Free Press.

Bridlington Medical, Health and Social Care Academy

The Lords Feoffees are proud to support the Bridlington Medical, Health and Social Care Academy.

East Riding College has been working with a consortium of Bridlington GP’s, Headlands School and the University of Hull to develop the Academy. The Academy is intended to provide post-16 students with relevant experience needed to progress into a career within the NHS and social care.

The Chief Lord, Mr Brian Rodgers, attended the Open Event at Eat Riding College on 15 March 2018, held to promote the Bridlington Medical Academy. The Chief Lord met some of the staff and students involved in the project and expressed how impressed he was with the set up and professionalism of those involved.

If you are interested in finding out more about the Academy, or wish to apply for a place within the next intake of students, contact Rachel Foot on 01482 390876 or email