A blog in pictures “My adventures at Spurn Point Heritage Coast”

I am very lucky to live so close to ‘Spurn point that has been described as one of the most striking features of Britain’s coastline, stretching for three and a half miles across the Humber Estuary.

This curving spit is only 50 metres wide in places, making it look like an elongated tongue. Spurn is a relatively small place but it’s got lots of variety, and, if you know where to look, there’s some great plants and animals. It’s one of the most fragile and unique environments in the whole of the UK.

Today’s blog post is my adventures at ‘Spurn Point’ a blog in pictures enjoy…..


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