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Summer blooms and bubbles event for Bridlington RNLI at Sewerby Hall

Lifeboats News Release

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

Entrance into Sewerby's Walled garden

RNLI/Mike Milner

Welcome to the Walled Garden, Sewerby.

The event on Friday (18 August) will run from 6pm – 8.30pm 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.

Following the success of last year’s RNLI gardens at Sewerby Hall, Bridlington Lifeboats will be holding the event again with even more activities and musicians. Strawberries and Cream, Pimm’s and Prosecco, treasure hunt for the kids (and adults if you want to play along) Music acts to be announced shortly. So make room in your diary and help the RNLI to save lives at sea.

So don’t miss this exclusive event to support the lifesaving work of the RNLI 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.

To purchase tickets for this event please use this link

You will receive full event information via email one week before the event. The RNLI will be there to welcome and register you at the venue from 6pm on Friday 18 August 2023.

RNLI Media contacts

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.

Inside the Walled Garden, Sewerby.

RNLI/Mike Milner

Inside the Walled Garden, Sewerby.
Photo of Prosecco in ice.

RNLI/Mike Milner

Bubbles on Ice.
Enjoying a glass of bubbles at least years event.

RNLI/Mike Milner

Enjoying a glass of bubbles at least years event.

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