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Bridlington

(brĭd`lĭngtən, bûr`–), town (1991 pop. 28,426), East Riding of Yorkshire, NE England. It has a well-protected harbor on Bridlington Bay, and its beaches and pavilions make it a popular holiday resort. The Royal Yorkshire Yacht Club has its headquarters there. The town administers Flamborough HeadFlamborough Head
, chalk promontory, East Riding of Yorkshire, E England, N of Bridlington Bay. There is a lighthouse at the tip. Danes' Dyke (an ancient earthwork fortification) crosses the peninsula.
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 and most of the intervening coast line. Bridlington is an ancient market town and port. An Augustinian priory founded during the reign of Henry I has been restored. Of interest are Roman and early British remains and Bayle Gate (14th cent.).
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Ken was first evacuated in early 1940, to the tranquillity of Bridlington.
Much of the filming for Dad's Army was done in Bridlington, a popular resort for 19th century leisure seekers, that is now preparing for a return to glory.
| Catherine Zeta Tom on location With some buildings dating from the 17th century, it stands a mile Bridlington, north-west from the harbour, originally known as Burlington Quay, and was built close to the beautiful Priory, founded in 1113 and once the biggest, wealthiest church in Yorkshire.
| Catherine Zeta Jones Tom on location Bridlington, With some buildings dating from the 17th century, it stands a mile north-west from the harbour, originally known as Burlington Quay, and was built close to the beautiful Priory, founded in 1113 and once the biggest, wealthiest church in Yorkshire.
| Catherine Zeta Tom With some buildings dating from the 17th on location Bridlington, century, it stands a mile north-west from the harbour, originally known as Burlington Quay, and was built close to the beautiful Priory, founded in 1113 and once the biggest, wealthiest church in Yorkshire.
In the FA Cup Extra Preliminary Round, Ebac Northern League Division One champions Marske United travel to Division Two winners Seaham Red Star, while FA Vase holders North Shields return to Bridlington Town, where last season they earned a 1-1 FA Cup Preliminary Round draw against Scarborough Athletic -- who share Bridlington's Queensgate ground -- before a sensational 4-2 penalty shoot-out defeat in the replay at the Daren Persson Stadium.
HOLDERS Spennymoor United will host Bridlington Town in the third round of the FA Carlsberg Vase - if they can overcome Winsford United in tonight's home second-round replay.