Walking along the seafront promenade are Zoe Buttle, 30, and her partner Jordan Franklin, also 30, who are on holiday with their two young children.
The family, from Leeds, spent the day in Bridlington during their short trip to the East Yorkshire coast.
Ms Buttle, a health worker, said they were "a bit anxious" about the lockdown restrictions lifting but "it's got to happen at some point". While Mr Franklin, a postman, said they were unsure whether "it's the right decision to open up now" .
"Not everyone's vaccinated. We're vaccinated. It's just the unknown I think. It's the anxiety of not knowing what's going to happen," said Ms Buttle.
"But we have to get on with life as normal at some point don't we?"
"We wouldn't want to see businesses closed but we wouldn't want to see everyone catching the virus at the same time."