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Bridlington Area Walks

The table below contains information on all walks centred in the bridlington area. Click on any walk's name or reference code to see more details on the walk, including photos and a route map.

 

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Summary
Walk Name
Bridlington Priory
Ref
HWBRID1
Pass a church and an allotment on this walk lasting for just over an hour.
Details
Circular Walk
Yes
Grade
Easy
Walk Type
  • Easy Walks
  • Healthy Walks
Ordnance Survey Explorer Map
295
Car Parking Facility
Sports Centre in Bridlington
Refreshments
Pubs and shops in Bridlington
Public Conveniences
Sports Centre in Bridlington
Distance
Distance (Miles)
3
Distance (Kilometres)
5
Description
  • Leave the Sports Centre and head onto Leys Road.  Turn right onto Westgate and continue straight on to reach High Street.  Go around the church green and continue your walk around the priory using either the short or long route:-
  • Slower walkers (short route): walk down Church Walk, keeping the allotments on your right-hand side.  Cross over the road joining onto St. Mary's Walk.  Next turn right onto Queensgate.  From Queensgate walk in a straight line all the way across Brett Street and onto Gypsy Road.  Walk on until you reach the Sports Centre.
  • Faster walkers (long route): walk straight onto Sewerby Road and continue forward until you reach St. Aidan Road.  Next bear right and continue forward along St. Alban Road.  Turn left and then take a sharp right onto Queensgate.  From here walk in a straight line all the way across Brett Street and onto Gypsy Road.  Walk on until you reach the Sports Centre.
Map(s)
Location
Start Point
Sports Centre in Bridlington
End Point
Sports Centre in Bridlington
Towns & Villages
Bridlington
ParishBridlington
Start Easting
516830.77
Start Northing
467609.97
End Easting
516830.77
End Northing
467609.97
Further Information
Features of Interest
The Priory Church of St Mary in the Old Town of Bridlington, or Burlington as it was once known, is one of East Yorkshire's finest medieval buildings.  Dating from the 13th and 15th Centuries, it was restored in the 1870s.
Accessibility Information
This route:- 
 
-  is relatively flat. 
 
-  does not contain barriers. 
 
-  crosses at least one road.