The Mews is the perfect Localion for exploring all that the Yorkshire Coast and surroundings has to Offer:
Development of the new £25 million leisure centre is rapidly taking shape and is due for completion in 2016. The new centre which will be named East Riding Leisure Bridlington will provide a high quality, sustainable, and flexible building that will be easier to maintain and manage whilst accommodating an attractive array of sports facilities. It will bring together wet and dry sports and leisure activities under one roof. It will provide accessible health and fitness facilities that can serve the varying needs of local residents and visitors to the town. The redevelopment not only rationalises and improves the wet and dry sports facilities but it also contributes to the regeneration of Bridlington town centre.
25m 6 lane swimming pool, max depth 2m.
13x7m learner pool with moveable floor - operating to a maximum depth of 2m
Leisure water – Freeform pool to include waterplay features and slides connected to the learner pool by moveable bund. 2 slides with aqua run off.
Swimming spectator seating for 150
Village style wet changing facilities at pool level.
Health Suite – Steam room, Sauna, Jacuzzi
70 Station Fitness Suite
6 Court sports hall – Specified to Sport England Club level.
2 Squash courts
Dry sports and separate members changing areas.
A feature climbing wall – located within central ‘Street’
Spaces suitable for clubroom, dance classes, yoga, children's parties
Cafe/ Coffee shop - Open access to non-centre users with external seating and views over the bay.
Health and wellbeing consulting space.
Third party retail units
Additional parking provision on the site and much easier drop off and pick up.
We are the UK City of Culture. This is our story so far.
Hull was announced the winner of UK City of Culture 2017 in 2013. The award is given every four years to a city that demonstrates the belief in the transformational power of culture.
To deliver on this promise, Hull City Council set up Hull UK City of Culture 2017 as an independent company and charitable trust. The team are now working hard to deliver 365 days of transformative cultural activity in 2017.
The arts and cultural programme for the year celebrates the unique character of the city, its people, history and geography. In 2017, the programme runs from 1 Jan to 31 Dec and is split into four seasons, each with something distinctive and intriguing to say, and each created to challenge and thrill.
We’re working with the artists of Hull to celebrate the culture of the city and its place in the wider cultural offer of the North, and make Hull a cultural destination for must-see events. Young people are at the heart of the programme – it is this group who will inherit the longer-term benefits as a result of our focus around learning and participation. We are giving every young person of school age the opportunity to participate in 2017 as well thousands of volunteers who will help deliver the year.
Working with businesses and organisations who want to help us, we will make Hull a better place for the people who live and work here, in particular those who have a presence in Hull or a connection to the city, and an interest in being here for the long haul.