Until a few months ago I had never heard of Flamborough but I have been a few times now and really love it.
Me and Paul haven’t been together all that long but in the short time we have, he has taken me to some beautiful places, Flamborough being one of them.
Flamborough is a tiny village in the East Riding of Yorkshire, 4 miles from Bridlington. It is quite well known for the Flamborough Head Lighthouse and it has the beautiful, yet enormous, chalk cliffs.
I realised I feel calm and relaxed when I am by the sea. I feel free and the continuation of water, as far as the eye can see, fascinates me.
So, at the weekend we headed to Flamborough for the night in a caravan.
My sister came along, and although I don’t see Jen as much as I would like, we always have a laugh and she is one of my best friends so I love seeing her.
Flamborough was cold. Really cold. It always is I think. There isn’t a lot to do but it’s nice to come and relax away from the hustle and bustle of the city. There are a few local pubs with great food, Bempton Cliffs and a little beach.
The weekend consisted of cups of tea, ale, walks, the beach, pub grub, mud, crisps and sweets – my ideal weekend.
Thank you guys for a great weekend and roll on the next freezing cold one ❄️🌊