Bridlington North belonged to Number 1 Group which consisted of Bridlington South, Burton Fleming, Burton Agnes, Kilham, Flixton and Wold Newton. The Area Group Commander was Captain Charles V Colley of Bridlington. Captain Colley was also the Group Commander of No 1 Group. His assistant Group Commander was Lt Neville J Woodward. Group Sgt Clerks were Sgt Jeffrey Horsfield and Sgt William M Jacob. The training W.O. was CSM Frederick K Richardson.
Patrol Name: Bridlington North Patrol
Patrol locality & Members name/s:
Sgt Albert Berry JBBA/163/1 Motor Engineer 05/06/1893
Cpl George H Parkin JBBL/49/1 Haulage Contractor 24/06/1905
Pte John Woodcock JBBD/568/3 Farmer 15/01/1924
Pte George Robson JBBZ/81/1 Farmer 14/12/1907
Pte Lancelot W Colville JCDK/5/6 Farm Worker 03/03/1916
Their OB was located within a small Wooded area which back in 1940 was in the middle of nowhere.
Today it stands within a housing estate but the OB is no longer accessible.
We believe the Patrols objectives would have been the monitoring of the Coastline with Bridlington, which had a suitable harbour and facilities to offload supplies and equipment. The main Coastal Railway ran not too far from the OB giving ample opportunity for sabotage work