This was our first time away since the pandemic began, visiting old haunts on the Yorkshire coast whilst being cautious with social distancing. Scarborough was heaving, perhaps with all those people who would normally have gone to warmer countries at this time of year.
Filey is well worth a visit for its unspoilt sea-front and glorious sands and for its outstanding feature, the Brigg, a long narrow peninsula jutting into the North Sea. When the tide is out the nimble-footed can walk onto the rocks.
Here are the highlights of a day trip to Bridlington. Sandwiched between the North and South Bays are the fairground and the town, where it’s best to block your ears and close your eyes.
The Victoria Hotel in Robin Hoods Bay does a ploughman’s lunch that’s big enough for two. We needn’t have ordered the chips!
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