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Bridlington Priory

Distance in Miles: 3 - Distance in Kilometres: 5


Location: Within Bridlington.- Circular Route: Yes - Grade: Notice: Undefined variable: record in /home/sites/bridlington.net/public_html/listings/walks_detail.php on line 768 - Walk Type: Easy, Healthy Walks - OS Explorer Map: 295
Car Parking Facility: Sports Centre in Bridlington - Refreshments: Pubs and shops in Bridlington - Public Conveniences: Sports Centre in Bridlington
Start Point: Sports Centre in Bridlington - End Point: Sports Centre in Bridlington
Towns & Villages: Bridlington
Start Easting: 516830.77 - Start Northing: 467609.97
End Easting: 516830.77 - End Northing: 467609.97

Accessibility Information:
This route:-
Is relatively flat.
Does not contain barriers.
Crosses at least one road.

Directions:

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.


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.


Route:


The map below shows the route for this walk however you can view or download the map as an A4 pdf file from the link below

Map Download

Map and information courtesy of East Riding of Yorkshire County Council


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