A dog walker comes perilously close to the edge on the former Ulrome to Skipsea road that most sections have fallen into the sea , due to the coastal erosion along the East Coast at Ulrome near Skipsea.

Homes in danger - in pictures: Filey, Holderness Easington, Bridlington, Speeton and Flamborough Head - the coastal erosion putting Yorkshire trail at risk

Yorkshire's coastal trail, which takes in the likes of Filey, Easington and Holderness, Speeton, Bridlington and Flamborough Head could be in jeopardy.

By Dave Hammond
Thursday, 10th March 2022, 11:13 am

Plans to extend a 2,795-mile-long national trail along the Yorkshire coastline appears to be at risk of quite literally falling into the sea as land earmarked for the pathway crumbles under a battering from the elements.

Owing to the rate that coastlines are being eroded, the plan to lead a trail around the English coastline was slowed by a European court case which demanded Natural England reassess its impact.

FULL STORY > MASSIVE EROSION HITS PLANS FOR NATIONAL TRAIL ALONG YORKSHIRE COASTLINEHere we take a look at impact of coastal erosion along the Yorkshire coastline with some photos taken from our archive.

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