Bridlington Trefoil Guild is lucky to have the wonderful Sewerby Hall in their area. Sewerby Hall is a Grade 1 listed Georgian country house set in 50 acres of landscaped gardens only two miles from the centre of Bridlington. It has spectacular views overlooking the sea and the hall has recently undergone a 2.6 million pound restoration programme to re-create the look and feel of the house as it would have been in the Edwardian era.
As well as many other features, Sewerby Hall is now serving afternoon tea in the Orangery. Never to miss an opportunity when good food is available, Scarborough and Filey Trefoil Guilds which are in North Yorkshire North East County and Bridlington Trefoil Guild which is over the border in East Yorkshire got together and had a wonderful afternoon taking tea in the Orangery with the grand piano playing gentle music in the background and then had a walk around the beautiful gardens and completed the woodland walk. Some members walked on the cliff tops into Bridlington town.
A lovely day when the sun shone and everyone agreed that it’s a good idea to share outings occasionally with Trefoil Guild members from another County. The day ended with a promise to organise more such get togethers.