Cover the Coast, the popular programme of walks and outdoor coastal activities for adults, organised as part of Active Coast, will once again explore the East Yorkshire coastline in 2020.
This year's programme continues on Friday, 6 March with a look at 'Hornsea, Past and Present'. The event will be a chance to explore the past and present of Hornsea with a walk around the town and the seafront. With support from Hornsea Civic Society, participants will be able to find out about the town's history, and the changes it has gone through, and should meet at Hornsea Floral Hall at 10am.
Following the Hornsea walk, the next two Cover the Coast events will be the Paull/Hedon Circular walk on Friday, 3 April, and the Flamborough Lighthouse and Headland Walk on Friday, 1 May. Both events will start at 10am.
The full programme for 2020 includes highlights such as a two-part Headlands Way hike, Spoon Carving, Friction Fire Lighting and much more. Visit www.activecoast.org.uk to find out more or follow on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter.
Booking is essential for the Hornsea Past and Present Walk, either via the website www.activecoast.org.uk or by calling 01482 395320 in office hours.
Cookies are files saved in the browser of your computer, tablet or phone, when you visit a website. These cookies store various information such as whether you are logged in, what pages you visit, user preferences, and can be linked to online marketing campaigns. More information is available in the advanced cookie settings area below, as well as in the Cookies Statement.
You can change your cookies settings at any time by visiting the Cookies page or from the Cookies link in the footer.Accept all cookies Reject all cookies
Necessary cookies are required to enable core functionality, such as logging in. These can only be turned off by changing your browser preferences.
Statistics cookies measure web usage, such as Google Analytics and Hotjar. These cookies store information anonymously, such as what pages are visiting, which links are clicked and length of time on page.
User settings cookies can store preferences such as default leisure centre location.
Marketing cookies are used to track ad performance, such as Facebook posts, and provide data to third parties for targeted ads.