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Danes’ Dyke at Flamborough
Flamborough Head, Flamborough, East Yorkshire YO15 - England, UK
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Danes’ Dyke consists of prehistoric earthworks, possibly intended as a defence, and woodland that runs 2 miles across Flamborough Head. Despite its name, Danes’ Dyke had nothing to do with the Danes, and was a much earlier site - probably dating back to the Bronze Age. Indeed the site was excavated by Major-General Augustus Pitt-Rivers in 1879 and Bronze Age arrowheads were found. Today, the area attracts many resident breeding and wintering birds, and is an excellent site for bird watchers at migration times.

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First we started of at Flamborough lighthouse, then took a small drive approx 10 mins to Danes Dyke. We drove into the car park and got a cup of tea and ice pops for the kids. From the car park you can take a few pathways down to the sea. Just take your pick. But all lead to the sea and sand beach with lots of white stones. It feels such a strange place down there. Like something out of a dream, it's so lovely. If you look to the right you can see Bridlington in the distance. You feel like on some strange world. It's hard to explaine... so just see it for yourself. - Gary Elliott


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