East Yorkshire, Yorkshire Wolds and Hull
East Yorkshire covers the area from Hull and the Humber Estuary north along the coast to Bempton and inland to the north of the Yorkshire Wolds across to Stamford Bridge nr York. It can be split into three areas . . .
Kingston upon Hull - is a revitalised post industrial city, where its history and heritage mixes with contemporary art and culture.
The East Yorkshire Coast - From the bird populated cliffs at Bempton (Flamborough Headland Heritage Coast) and Bridlington Bay which has a number of traditional seaside holiday towns in the north, to the unique Spurn Head and busy Humber estuary in the south. A coast of wildlife, seaside attractions and quiet solitude.
The Yorkshire Wolds - are an area of rolling hills and vales, gentler than its more famous moors and dales, it never the less is great walking and cycling country. An area that has inspired the artist David Hockney
Official Tourist Websites
Visit Yorkshire - www.yorkshire.com
Visit East Yorkshire - www.visiteastyorkshire.co.uk>
Visit Hull - www.visithull.org
Discover the Yorkshire Coast - www.discoveryorkshirecoast.com
Visit Hornsea - visithornsea.co.uk
Visit Pocklington - www.pocklington.gov.uk/tourist-information
Scampston Hall And Walled Garden from www.scampston.co.uk
Wildlife Trust & Nature
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust - www.ywt.org.uk