It breaks my heart to see how the years, short-sighted councillors and rapacious businessmen have ruined this once noble and beautiful seaside resort.
How could anybody have countenanced destroying this view for the ugly, noisy smelly and shabby fairground rides that have replaced it?
Up and down the terraces and promenades of the north beach what were once gardens, putting greens and other relaxing and pleasant areas are now car parks.
All gone for a quick buck and what remains? Dirt, litter and a down-at-heel feel to the whole town.
It's the beaches and the long walks of the south bay and the north to Sewerby that keep the town from slipping into a total sewer.
If only the town's guardians had the foresight to keep it frozen as it was in the pre-packaged holiday period that took its middle-class visitors away and focused on quality, Bridlington today would be the jewel not only of the Yorkshire coast but of the whole English seaside.
A memory shared byon Oct 19th, 2011.
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