Flamborough Head

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Flamborough Head

(flăm`bərə), chalk promontory, East Riding of Yorkshire, E England, N of Bridlington Bay. There is a lighthouse at the tip. Danes' Dyke (an ancient earthwork fortification) crosses the peninsula. The chalk cliffs are wave-carved into caves and stacks and are inhabited by flocks of seafowl.

Flamborough Head

a chalk promontory in NE England, on the coast of the East Riding of Yorkshire
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Of particular interest are enclosures discovered in (previously largely blank) Flamborough Head, east of Danes Dyke.
They had been walking along the shore near Danes Dyke, at Sewerby, Humberside, when they got cut off with temperatures just above freezing and the wind gusting at more than 30mph.