Hello. There are a lot of pictures to show so I will split them into manageable sized posts. My two days away started when I parked at Sewerby Village car park. I didn't actually go into the car park because it was £2.90 for the day, not bad I suppose, but I would rather not pay at all for parking. The access road outside had no restrictions, and there was room to park without getting in anyone's way. It's in striking distance from the beach so that's the direction I headed for.
Sewerby Hall is close by, here is the Land Train setting off for Bridlington. I am going in the opposite direction. Seeing this made me a bit sad, it reminded me of when I brought Rocky here, we had a lovely day out. I pushed him in the buggy along the Promenade to Bridlington, and we came back on the train.
Happy memories which brings tears to my eyes. Still miss him.
Sewerby Cricket Club were out enjoying their sport. I didn't hang about to watch, it's not my scene.
One of the few places where the beach is accessible on this coastline.
I saw quite a few people with binoculars, and cameras with ginormous lenses. It's a bird spotters haven here.
After a hard push against the wind I arrived at Flamborough Head. The Foghorn Station.
read about it here.