Bridlington lifeboat station was established 1805.
Nearest Things To Do East Riding of Yorkshire
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Bridlington Priory was one of the great monastic houses of England. Its wealth and possessions made it a key monastery in the North and one of the largest and richest Read more [...]
Wilberforce House is the birthplace of William Wilberforce, the famous campaigner against the slave trade. The museum tells the story of the trans-Atlantic slave trade and its abolition.
It is hard to believe Beverley Minster is just a parish church as it is larger than a lot of English cathedrals. As one of the largest parish churches in the UK Read more [...]
Skipsea Castle is a Norman motte and bailey castle, dating from before 1086. In 1221 the then castle’s owner, William de Forz, the Count of Aumale, rebelled against Henry III; the castle was captured Read more [...]
The lifeboat station at Spurn Head was built in 1810. Owing to the remote location, houses for the lifeboat crew and their families were added a few years later. The Read more [...]
Flamborough Cliffs Nature Reserve, as part of Flamborough Head, is designated as a SSSI, a SAC and a SPA, and is also a part of the Flamborough Head Heritage Coast. Read more [...]
Pearson Park, originally known as the People’s Park is situated about 1 mile (1.5 km) north-west of Hull city centre. The park was established in 1862 through the gift of land by the then Mayor Read more [...]
Maister House, 18th Century merchant’s house. The house was the home of Hull merchant family, the Maisters. The original house was damaged by fire in 1743. It was rebuilt in Read more [...]
Withernsea lifeboat station was established in 1862 and operates an inshore lifeboat. Station is only open by appointment, no shop.
A lighthouse was first established at Flamborough by Sir John Clayton in 1669, but was never kindled. The name Flamborough was first thought to be derived from it being the Read more [...]
Flamborough lifeboat station was established in 1871 but went through a major rebuild in the early 1990’s, with the station now operating an inshore lifeboat. The station is open to the Read more [...]