Yorkshire, England’s biggest county has two National Parks: the Yorkshire Dales and the North York Moors. The North York Moors National Park (not the North Yorkshire Moors please) stretches inland across miles of beautiful heather capped moorland to the sea, a rugged coastline of rocky shores and towering cliffs, famous for its Jurassic fossils and crab and lobster fishing.
If you are a follower of Squidbeak, you will know that Mandy and I have a particular affection for this stretch of coastline and the villages of Robin Hood’s Bay, Runswick Bay and Staithes and of the unsung beach of Cattesty Sands at Skinningrove. The North York Moors National Park have produced four films covering different areas of the landscape, we thought it would be an idea to share them for visitors to get a taste of this stunning National Park. We begin with the Yorkshire Coast and will add the others as we go.
Find out more at www.northyorkmoors.org.uk