Dewsbury Ambulance Charities
Registered Charity Number 1003679


Dewsbury Ambulance Charities own a chalet in Bridlington.

The chalet is used to  allow people to take a short break or holiday.

It is situated at the address below:

Chalet No 220
South Shore Holiday Village

Wilsthorpe
Bridlington
East Yorkshire
YO15 3QN
Tel 01262 608274




















As you arrive at South Shore Holiday Village you may notice a caravan park next door! All the facilities on both sites are available to you, and include:

 Well stocked Mini Supermarkets

 A leisure complex with restaurant and bar, cabaret and family room

 Amusement arcade and kiddies play areas

 Snack bar

 Café

 Fish and Chip shop.

The "village" itself has a friendly environment and for peace of mind, living and working within it are staff who are both obliging and friendly, and will advise you with any problems, which may occur.

Located in pleasant surroundings, your holiday home will adequately accommodate four people and is comfortably furnished. You will need to take your own bedding and towels/tea towels, toiletries, washing up liquid and dishcloths.

It is fully electric with a meter that accepts £1 coins. In March 2000 new carpets, cooker, fridge, microwave, kettle and toaster were purchased as well as a new vacuum cleaner, all for your comfort and use. The premises benefit from double glazed PVC windows and double fronted doors, and there is a parking space either to the side or rear of the chalet.

The cosily furnished " L shaped lounge/ diner" which can be partitioned off for extra privacy and comfort, is heated by an electric convector fire and also contains a remote colour TV and radio. For your convenience is a Payphone which accepts 10p 20p and £1 coin.

There are two bedrooms, the rear one being most suitable for children, (If there are problems of bed wetting with children, please ensure the mattress is covered with a rubber or plastic sheet, although there probably will be one in situ but please check.) There is a portable convector heater in the bedroom, and on top of the cupboard is a travel cot. Please remember to fold cot up and replace after use to ensure long life.

The kitchen has most mod cons and a good supply of cutlery, crockery, pans and utensils. Hot water is supplied by a new water heater which is new for the 2001 season The electricity meter is located in the cupboard furthermost to the left of the sink and will take as mentioned £1 coins.

The bathroom contains a toilet, wash hand basin and shower unit, which are all completely new, being fitted over the Easter 2001 holiday period. Also new in here is an extractor fan, water heater, and a hand rail has been fitted for your convenience. Please note that the power switch for the bathroom water heater is located in the back bedroom.

When using shower please open the small window to alleviate the condensation problems and leave open as long as possible.

The tap at the back of the toilet bowl is the water supply to the chalet.

Please be good enough to vacate the chalet by 12 noon on the day of your departure and ensure that

You have left the chalet in a clean and tidy condition, as we would hope you would expect to find it. There is a vacuum cleaner provided. We depend on your co-operation and assistance, as at this time we are unable to provide a cleaner, (although we may pop in on the Saturday of your departure for an inventory check) and would ask that you consider those who will be following you on their holiday

Also please check

All windows are closed and locked for security.

The electricity is turned off at the mains.

The fridge door is left wide open.

All internal doors are left open to allow air to circulate and Finally

PLEASE REMEMBER TO RETURN THE KEY TO US or pass it on to whom ever as previously arranged.

Thank you very much for your help and co-operation with the preceding requests, and I hope that you have a thoroughly enjoyable stay at our chalet at South Shore. If you have any queries before you go or indeed, suggestions on your return then please let me know.


Yours Sincerely,

David Deaves.