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Bridlington Local Studies Libraries


01262 672917

Bridlington Local Studies Libraries

E-Mail:  bridlingtonlocalstudies.library@eastriding.gov.uk - Tel:  01262 672917

Delve into the history of the local area, your family or your home, or get help with school or college projects. Bridlington Local Studies Library also have up to date information about what is happening in the area right now.

Uncover your family history
Bridlington Local Studies Library's range of family history resources includes: e-genealogy (free access to ancestry.com, parish registers on findmypast.co.uk and other genealogical websites), census returns, monumental inscriptions, parish registers, poll books, trade directories and registers of electors.

A free family history help desk runs on the first Saturday of every month from 9am - 1pm.

Discover more about your local area
Newspapers

Historical newspapers are available on microfilm, with various titles ranging from the 1843 Burlington and East Riding Advertiser to this week’s Bridlington Free Press. The ‘Annals of Bridlington’, 1867–1942 comprise an annual series of indexed newscuttings.

Books and Pamphlets
Bridlington Local Studies Library collect a wide range of books and pamphlets covering Bridlington and the historic East Riding of Yorkshire, as well as Yorkshire and Humberside.

Maps
Bridlington Local Studies Library hold a collection of historical East Riding maps, including a selection of pre-enclosure maps. Ordnance Survey maps covering Bridlington and District are available in several different series, ranging from the 1853 to the present day.* 

*Please note, Bridlington Local Studies Library cannot provide copies of maps for planning or business purposes.

Journals and Magazines
Bridlington Local Studies Library have a variety of local publications including family and local history magazines.

Photographs and Postcards
View an extensive collection of photographs, illustrations and postcards covering Bridlington and the surrounding area.

People and Events
Learn about interesting individuals such as the architect William Kent, aviator Amy Johnson and why Lawrence of Arabia came to Bridlington. Find out about events such as the 1779 Battle of Flamborough Head, The Great Gale of 1871 and the 1919 Peace Pageant.

Special collections
Bridlington Local Studies Library have specific collections covering a variety of topics, such as Bridlington harbour, Flamborough, stamps and postal history and wartime scrapbooks. These include letters, books, newspaper articles and more and are always pleased to receive material of this nature.

The library is on the first floor and is accessible by stairs and lift.

Opening hours
Mon-Thu 9am-6pm
Fri 9am-5pm
Sat 9am-4pm
Sun Closed
Bank Holidays Closed


Bridlington Local Studies Libraries Facilities

Bridlington Local Studies Libraries Location

Contact Bridlington Local Studies Libraries

01262 672917
bridlingtonlocalstudies.library@eastriding.gov.uk
http://www2.eastriding.gov.uk/leisure/libraries/
Bridlington Local Studies Libraries
King Street
Bridlington YO15 2DF

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