A grey and windy day for our last day in Yorkshire but not to worry as we are not headed far, in fact just a stroll down to Bridlington and a walk along the promenade.
The tide is high so the beach in the centre of town is non existent but parts of the North shore are still exposed.
Yorkshire has given us a complete mix of beach type, from smaller fishing coves in the north to the long expanse of sand running from Bridlington down to Spurn Head. Erosion of the cliffs in the south is clearly a huge ongoing problem and I have no doubt the coastline will look very different 20 years from now. We didn’t get any snow, so we leave Yorkshire feeling a little bit cheated!