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A chance to enjoy stunning views on the Headlands Way Walk Part Two

As part of Active Coast 2019, a new-look Cover the Coast programme offers exciting monthly outdoor coastal activities for adults, including a range of walks.

The Cover the Coast sessions take place in some of the spectacular locations on the East Riding coastline.

The next session will be on Friday, 2 August and is the second part of a two-part led walk, covering the Headlands Way from Bridlington to Filey. Part One on 5 July was from Bridlington to Bempton, and the second part, on Friday, 2 August, will be from Bempton to Filey, starting at 10am.

Sport and active communities officer Paul Silvester said : “This walk will be a chance to enjoy spectacular views around the RSPB reserve at Bempton, and Filey Bay and Brigg, whilst keeping fit at the same time!”

Participants will park at the finish point and a bus will transport the walkers to the start points, so when they finish the walk they will be at their car.

The walk costs £7.50, including transport. Booking is essential, as places are limited.

For full details, and to book, visit www.activecoast.org


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Exciting events for Week One of Active Coast : Summer 2019

The Active Coast Summer Programme for 2019 starts on 20 July, kicking off six weeks of activities to get active, be healthy and enjoy life on the East Yorkshire coast.


During the first week of Active Coast, there are exciting events happening from 20 July until 28 July at various locations along the East Riding coast.

The highlight of the week will be on Sunday, 28 July at Bridlington South Cliff beach, and will be the Beach Sports Festival. There will be many fun activities to enjoy, including boxing, beach tennis, beach football, face painting, beach volleyball, walking netball and family sport and play activities.

There will also be three competitions running during the Festival - a junior beach soccer competition, UKBT junior beach volleyball, and a junior cricket competition, all happening between 11am and 4pm. The entire festival is open to all and is free.

On Monday, 22 July there will be the Sand and Stone Art Family Workshop with Responsible Fishing which starts at 10am and ends at 4pm, and is open to all to come and experience free of charge at Withernsea beach, below the Pier Towers.

Wednesday, 24 July features Coastal Explorers at Mappleton Beach, starting at 1pm and ending at 3pm. Booking is essential for this event. There is also the Sport and Play session running from 12noon until 3pm at Withernsea Memorial Gardens, also open to all and free.

There are four activities happening on Friday, 26 July - a family fun day at The Hut in Withernsea from 11am until 3pm. which is open to all. Another free activity is beach cricket, which starts at 10am until 12noon, also on Bridlington South Cliff Beach. There is also beach tennis from 1pm until 3pm for ages 6 to 16 to join in at Bridlington South Cliff Beach. The last activity of the day is Nerf Zone from 1pm-3pm,which is available for anyone over the age of six and is located at Sewerby Hall and Gardens (usual admission charges apply).

There will be the Sewerby Parkrun at 9am (every Saturday) and the Humber Bridge Parkrun at 9am (also every Saturday) – new participants must register to take part in the runs at www.parkrun.org.uk/register.

Councillor Shaun Horton, portfolio holder for tourism, culture and leisure, said: “We hope to see lots of people taking part in Active Coast once again this year. It’s a great experience for all members of the family to enjoy, and to get fit and healthy at the same time, whilst making the most of the coast.”

For further information visit www.ActiveCoast.org or follow on social media:

Facebook - @ActiveCoastYorkshire

Instagram - @Activecoast

Twitter - @Active Coast

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Have a Field Day – and a great deal more – with Active Coast in August

The Active Coast summer programme for 2019 continues with another week of exciting events and activities for the whole family to get active, be healthy and enjoy life on the East Yorkshire coast.

The highlight of the third week of Active Coast will be ‘Have a Field Day’ on Thursday, 8 August at Sewerby Clifftop, Limekiln Lane in Bridlington, from 11am -4pm. This year for the first time, the day will include a Ninja Assault Course, Land Zorbs and a Ninja Vortex. There will also be giant inflatables; a climbing wall; drumming workshops; balloon modelling; archery; boxing; Nerf Zone; Slacklines; Golf Foundation; an Art Wall; face painting; sumo suits; the giant deckchair photo booth; and more besides! Bring a picnic and join in one of the biggest events of the Active Coast programme.

The third week of Active Coast also features a Play in a Week over five mornings from Monday, 5 to Friday, 9 August at Bridlington Spa. Open to ages seven and over, The Den , Bridlington Inclusive Youth Theatre, offer a great week for those who want to sing, dance, act- or all three. The project will put together a showcase for local parents and residents. Places are limited and must be booked in advance by calling 01262 364107.

Other highlights of the third week of Active Coast include:

Sport and Play session at Hornsea Graingers Field : Monday, 5 August : 11am-3pm : free
Coastal Explorers Rockpooling Adventure: Flamborough South Landing : Monday, 5 August : 10am-12noon: ages five plus : free
New for 2019 : Beach Yoga : Bridlington South Cliff beach : Tuesday, 6 August : 8.30-9.30am(adults) and 10am -11am (family session) : free
Family Beach Bootcamp and Family Games : Bridlington South Cliff Beach : Tuesday, 6 August: 1pm-3pm : free
All Ride Open Day: Tuesday, 6 August: 11am – 3pm : free
Sport and Play Session : Withernsea Memorial Gardens : Wednesday, 7 August : 12noon-3pm : free
New for 2019 : Coastal Explorers – Beach Clean and Create : Bridlington North Beach : 10am-3pm : ages five plus with adult : Free : clean up the beach and create arty eco fun boards with what is found.
Beach cricket : Bridlington South Cliff beach: 10am-12noon : Friday, 9 August : ages 6-16: free
Beach Tennis : Bridlington South Cliff beach : 1pm-3pm : ages 6-16 : free
Family Classic Games & Play Activities : Friday 9 August, 1pm – 3pm : General admission charges apply
Acoustic Let’s Rock : Spa Gardens, Bridlington Spa : Sunday, 11 August : 1pm : performance open to all
Sand and Stone Family Weekend Workshop with responsible Fishing: Hornsea beach (below Trans Pennine monument) : Sunday, 11 August : 10am-4pm : free.
Full details of all these activities, and others, are at www.ActiveCoast.org

Follow on facebook at Active Coast Yorkshire

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Turn the world patchwork with Elmer the Elephant and East Riding Libraries in May half term

Elmer the Patchwork Elephant is 30 years old this year, and there will be a chance for all children up to seven years old to join East Riding Libraries during the May half term holiday.

David McKee’s children’s picture book, ‘Elmer’ was first published in 1989 and tells the story of a patchwork multi-coloured elephant and his adventures with friends, with an underlying theme of celebrating diversity. Thirty-nine book titles have been created since then, and the series has sold over eight million copies in fifty languages around the world.

Penny Chaloner, librarian, said: “These free events in East Riding Libraries will be a chance for us all to celebrate our own true colours with the brand new book, ‘Elmer’s Birthday’ and fun activities.”

Children are welcome to dress in bright colours to celebrate the theme.

The events will be held at:

North Ferriby Library : Tuesday, 21 May : 2.45pm – 3.15pm

Swanland library: Wednesday, 22 May : 9.15am - 9.45am

Petuaria Centre, Brough : Wednesday, 29 May : 9.30am-10am

Haltemprice Library and Customer Services : Wednesday, 29 May : 10.30am-11.15am

Petuaria Centre, Brough : Wednesday, 29 May : 11am-11.30am

Cottingham Centre : Thursday, 30 May : 10am – 10.30am

Hessle Centre : Thursday, 30 May : 10am – 10.30am

Beverley Library : Thursday, 30 May : 2.30pm – 3.30pm

South Cave Library : Thursday, 30 May : 3pm-3.25pm

Willerby Library : Thursday, 30 May : 4pm-4.30pm


Places should be booked in advance, by contacting your local library.


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Rock identification workshop and beach walk to be held at Sewerby

Sewerby Hall and Gardens, along with the Yorkshire Geological Society, will host a rock identification workshop and beach walk on Wednesday, 22 May to mark Yorkshire Geology Month 2019.

Bridlington, Sewerby and the Yorkshire Wolds were, 100 million years ago, at the bottom of a tropical sea that was warmer than the Caribbean, and the East Yorkshire coast’s magnificent chalk cliffs are made up of the shells of microscopic creatures which lived in that sea. Since then, time and tide – and not to mention a couple of ice ages – have all left their mark on the beach and wider landscape.

The walk, which will start at the top of Sewerby Steps (national grid reference: TA 201 686), will be an ideal opportunity to learn about the chalk cliffs and landscapes of the Yorkshire Wolds, along with the prehistoric forces that created them.

Paul Hildreth, from the Yorkshire Geological Society and who will lead the walk, said: “On either side of Sewerby Steps are internationally important geological sites. In addition, the shore and cliffs provide a wealth of information about the area’s past.”

There will be an opportunity on the walk to investigate some of the different rocks seen on the beach and discover more about their origins, along with searching for many fossils found on the foreshore.

An indoor session will also take place, looking at specimens from a collection of rock samples specially selected for the purposes of classification.

The beach walk and workshop represents the beginning of a larger project between Sewerby Hall and Gardens and the Yorkshire Geological Society, which aims to interpret the geology, not just of the Sewerby estate but of the stones used to build the Hall itself.

Robert Chester, education officer at Sewerby Hall and Gardens, said: “We are so pleased to have this opportunity to celebrate Yorkshire Geology Month with colleagues from the Yorkshire Geological Society.

“Sewerby beach, the cliffs and the rocks are a real window into the past and this is a fantastic chance to learn a little more about them and our local area in the company of experts in the field. It will hopefully be the start of many more such collaborations in the future.”

The workshop and walk begin at 10.30am on Wednesday, 22 May and will run until 2.30pm; and attendees will need to wear appropriate footwear and outdoor clothing.

For more details, please visit www.sewerbyhall.co.uk .  

 
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