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Bridlington Tourist Information Centre has reopened in a new location

Bridlington Tourist Information Centre (TIC) has reopened in a new location in the northern entrance of Bridlington Spa.

The opening times will be 10am – 4.45pm from Monday to Saturday and 10am – 4pm on Sundays in July and August, then 10am – 4.45pm Monday to Saturday in September.

To ensure the safety of customers and staff, there is a one way system in place with separate entrance and exit routes, and social distancing signage. Only one person or family group is allowed in at any one time.

The TIC staff are providing tourist information and a selection of brochures for the whole of East Yorkshire. There is a laminated display of leaflet front covers on display, and the leaflets themselves are stored behind the counter and are available to take away on request.

Emails and telephone calls continue to be handled by TIC staff away from the main counter. 

Staff are also able to take coach drop-off and pick up bookings if required.

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