1st Bridlington Scouts Visited the Bayle Museum

The Bayle Museum recently welcomed the 1st Bridlington Scouts for a group tour.  The Scouts are currently working toward their Local Knowledge Activity Badges.

To enquire about booking a group visit for your organised group or school, contact the Lords Feoffees office on 01262 674308. Further information is available here.

9th Bridlington Rainbows visited the Bayle Museum

The Bayle Museum recently welcomed the 9th Bridlington Rainbows for a group tour and a fantastic time was had by all.  The Rainbows particularly enjoyed spotting older versions of modern kitchen appliances in our Victorian Kitchen.

To enquire about booking a group visit for your organised group or school, contact the Lords Feoffees office on 01262 674308. Further information is available here.

Kids’ Corner Nursery Bridlington Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have given funding to Kids’ Corner Nursery Bridlington to purchase a six seater nursery bus.

Kids’ Corner is a new day nursery in Bridlington town centre for children aged 0-8 years old.  The nursery provides between 15 and 30 government funded hours for eligible 2, 3 & 4 Year Olds.

The new nursery bus will give toddlers who attend the nursery the opportunity to visit the beach, the park, the harbour and local shops to purchase fruit and other healthy snacks.

Pictures provided by Kids’ Corner Nursery Bridlington.

 

Hope Housing Bridlington Given Funding

The Lords Feoffees have given funding to Hope Housing Bridlington to purchase security equipment for their properties in Bridlington.

Hope Housing Bridlington is a charitable organisation formed by the 20 Anglican churches of Bridlington Deanery and the trustees are senior church leaders.

The charity’s objective is the prevention or relief of poverty among homeless people in Bridlington by the provision of accommodation, mentoring, advice and signposting to relevant education and training.  The charity currently houses and provides support to six formerly homeless men.

Pictured are some of the trustees from Hope Housing Bridlington holding their written offer of financial support from the Lords Feoffees.

Military Assistance Social Hub Given Funding

 

   

The Lords Feoffees recently gave funding to Bridlington’s Military Assistance Social Hub (M.A.S.H) for their members to attend Burton Constable Hall’s Winter Wonderland event.  The M.A.S.H group is aimed at both veterans and those currently serving who reside in Bridlington. Photo’s from the day kindly supplied by Michelle Leach.

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.