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                                   Spurn Point Flamborough's
 One of the UK’s most curious natural sights, Spurn Point National Nature Reserve is a 3.5 mile long spit of sand and chalk whose identity constantly changes. Its sand dunes and beaches stretch right into the Humber Estuary from the Holderness Coast with views across the North Sea. Don’t forget to visit Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s new Discovery Centre and café and find out more about the restored lighthouse, military history, trails and 4x4 ‘Spurn Safari’ which runs throughout the year.
Living Seas Centre
Find out more about the huge variety of marine species that live off the Yorkshire coast at Yorkshire Wildlife Trust's first dedicated marine education centre. Watch the undersea kelp forest and chalk reef habitats, and get up close to the smaller sea creatures that live in the sheltered bay at South Landing.
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