Welcome to the home of traditional Fish and Chips – 2 shops with 1 goal – to provide you with delicious food every time you visit.
The 149 Fish and Chips philosophy, and our promise to you, is that the customer deserves the best possible experience from the moment he or she enters the door to the moment the fish and chips are eaten. We work in every area of our business constantly striving to improve your experience and enjoyment.
149 Fish and Chips has two shops, one on Morton Road in Bridlington and the other, Burrells on Galgate in Bardnard Castle. Come and say hello.
The sun as it went down last night had some beautiful colour and it inspired an interpretation that is perhaps more painting than photograph.
It is difficult to understand the sheer scale of the cliffs at Bempton until you actually experience them. The Gannets are back and so are the humans to watch them. Both are dwarfed by the size of the cliffs in this picture and are almost impossible to see. The inlay of the viewing point gives a sense of the scale. Click to view at full size.
Not a breath of wind – the sea last night was ultra calm, no waves or swell – it realy did look like a milk pond.
Staff at the award winning Bridlington Fish and Chip shop, 149 Fish and Chips, are cycling to help raise funds for Sports Relief on 23rd March.
Joint owner John Hutchinson said, “Our aim is to raise as much money as possible for sports relief and we’re doing that in two ways.
The first is on Saturday 15th March our staff throughout our opening hours will be continuously cycling a training bike outside both of our shops In Bridlington and Barnard Castle. We hope our customers and passers-by will support us in our efforts.
The second event we’re taking part in is a 50 miles bike ride around Manchester, it starts and finishes at Old Trafford football stadium. Again staff from both Bridlington and Barnard Castle are taking part.”
Suzanne Gilbertson, joint owner of 149 Fish and Chips commented, ”We have great staff and as soon as we suggested we should do something for Sports Relief we were really heartened at their response and willingness to raise money for good causes.
We’ve been out training and getting fit for the event and there’s a real buzz from everyone looking forward to the events. We’re hoping that people in Bridlington will get behind our efforts.”
The crowds flocked to Bridlington this last Sunday as the sun managed to get a bit of warmth to the beaches. Suddenly summer didn’t seem that far away.
The weather in Bridlington today is miserable, pouring with rain. So to brighten the day up we thought we’d go back to some long distant memories of Summer. We’re liking the idea of this one!