Welcome to the Bridlington RNA Website! We currently have over 50 members. If you are serving or a veteran of the Royal Navy, Royal Marines, WRNs, QARNNs, Merchant Navy or associated then you are welcome to join us. You are also welcome as an associate member if you are a member or veteran of the British Army, RAF or you just have an interest in all things Royal Navy.
Submarine HMS Talent a hunter killer.
Bridlington RNA members at the local war memorial.
Committee photo shoot for the annual Christmas card.
About The RNA
With over 20,000 members across 370 branches in the UK and overseas, we are a family of current and former Naval Service personnel, relatives and supporters of our country's Royal Navy.
Whether we are catching up with friends at our regular social events; fundraising; advising on welfare and employment matters, or just providing an arm around the shoulder, our natural willingness to help others stems from the tradition and camaraderie that only Naval Service life can instil.
Shared backgrounds and equality in rank. We share the same bonds, the same mindset, and even the same language (Jackspeak!). We are all equal. We are the heart and soul of the RNA.
To each other and our dependants. We will always support and look out for each other. Our loyalty is to all our shipmates, our local communities, the personnel and dependants of the Naval Service, along with other charities or organisations with naval connections.
We are proud to serve and proud to represent our country and the Naval Service. Our pride in serving our country never leaves us. Nor do we forget those who have fallen for our country or who fight now. We are deeply honoured to represent them on both a national and international level.
Friends in fun, fellowship and need. Your shipmates will always be here for you, whether it's about a job, ideas for a fun day out or just an arm around the shoulder. We will never leave you or your dependants in despair.
Where & When
Come and meet us for a social drink , some banter and a few dits. our meetings are informal matters and casual wear is usually the order of the day. On conclusion of the official branch meeting there is a stand easy, where we hold a raffle, all proceeds towards branch funds.
We muster the first Thursday of the month at 19:30
Venue: “The Old Ship”
90 St Johns Street
East Riding of Yorkshire