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Join Bridlington RNLI for a ‘blooming’ event at Sewerby Hall

Lifeboats News Release

Bridlington RNLI are to hold their first ever RNLI Gardens evening at Sewerby Hall in the fabulous walled gardens.

RNLI Gardens at Sewerby Hall and Gardens

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RNLI Gardens at Sewerby Hall and Gardens

The event on Friday (2 September) will run from 6pm - 7:30pm will see the Bridlington RNLI hold a truly English event at one of the gems of the east coast at Sewerby Hall’s walled gardens. In what is hoped to be a memorable evening in a stunning location, Bridlington RNLI invite you to join them for Pimm’s, Prosecco, strawberries and cream accompanied by chamber music and a lot of fun whilst helping the RNLI to save lives at sea.

This will be the first time that the walled gardens have been opened during the evening. So don’t miss this exclusive event to support the lifesaving work of the RNLI volunteers whilst strolling around the stunning gardens at your leisure as the sun starts to set. Please note that this event is suitable for wheelchair users.

Registration: The RNLI will be there to welcome and register you at the venue from 6pm on Friday 2 September 2022. You will receive full event information via email one week before the event. In order to purchase tickets for this event please use the link below.

https://bridlingtonopengardens.eventbrite.co.uk

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For more information, please call get in touch with [email protected] or call Bob on 07730 988225 or Mike Milner, RNLI Volunteer Lifeboat Press Officer: [email protected] or call:07751-054052.

RNLI Gardens at Sewerby Hall and Gardens

RNLI/Sarah Berrie

RNLI Gardens at Sewerby Hall and Gardens
RNLI Gardens at Sewerby Hall and Gardens

RNLI/Sarah Berrie

RNLI Gardens at Sewerby Hall and Gardens

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