East Riding of Yorkshire, also known as East Riding or East Yorkshire is the easternmost area (riding) of the traditional county of Yorkshire, in Northern England.
The live webcams will present many wonderful spots in East Riding of Yorkshire, known for its landscapes of low chalk hills, called the Yorkshire Wolds, the agricultural areas of Holderness and of the Vale of York and spectacular shorelines along the North Sea to the east, and the Humber Estuary to the south.
East Riding of Yorkshire administrative centre is at Beverly, whose most famous building is the outstanding Gothic parish church Beverly Minster, and featuring many others historical landmarks such as 15th-century gate Beverley North Bar and and 19th-century Sessions House, now used as a spa.
In the village Breighton, there are Breighton Airfield and Aeroplane Museum, and you can see and an annual air show presented in summer by Real Aeroplane Company.
For outdoor enthusiasts there are trails in old train lines such as Hornsea Rail Trail, South Holderness Rail Trail and Beverley to Market Weighton Rail Trail, which are great ways to explore East Riding of Yorkshire countryside. Along the North Sea coast you will find excellent beaches and stunning scenery such as Flamborough Head, North Landing Beach and cliff, and appealing seaside towns namely Bridlington.

Population: estimated 600 thousand people

Administrative Centre: Beverly

Other major cities: Kingston upon Hull, Bridlington

Main attractions: Beverley Minster, Sewerby Hall and Gardens, Bempton Cliffs Nature Reserve, Burton Agnes Hall, Burton Constable Hall & Grounds, Barmston and Bridlington towns

Nearest Airports: Humberside Airport (HUY), Doncaster Sheffield Airport (DSA)

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