Princes Parade - Floral Clock, Bridlington, c.1907 (archive ref PO-1-20-84)

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The floral clock was officially opened by the Mayor and Mayoress in 1907 and was created by S R Crofts (the Town’s Gardener) and had a diameter of approximately 19 feet. The mechanical elements of the clock were supplied by Messrs J Ritchie and Son from Edinburgh.

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