The Yorkshire coastline is stunning to say the least. My pal Lyn at Everyday Life reminded me that I had not visited Bridlington for many years. So on Saturday, hubby and I decided that a trip to the seaside was in order.
Brid (as we Yorkshire folk call it) had been one of the places that I had taken many a holiday as a child. Since it's heyday, the town had slipped into decline (like a lot of English seaside towns) but the town is slowly getting back into it's stride, cleaning up it's act and once more is a fantastic place for families to enjoy it's beautiful beaches and some great old fashioned seaside fun.
Sewerby Hall on top of the cliffs is a great Edwardian House worthy of a visit. We didn't have time today, but I think we may a camping weekend in Brid next year (as there was so many things we didn't get time to see). The Hall houses a collection of Amy Johnson's possessions. I remember seeing some of these when I was little and being captivated by them.
Danesdyke - a truly magical place with a stunning beach. We made a mental note to explore Danesdyke more thoroughly on our future visit.