Tag Archives: spurn
A trip to Spurn Point and Kilnsea is never a bad thing, but when you can do it and get paid it really does feel like you are cheating at life somehow. But being a work trip, the opportunity to … Continue reading
Something I didn’t mention yesterday was that the lighthouse at Spurn has now been restored and opened to the public. It’s well worth a visit for the views, as I’ll share here.
With the recent flurry of amazing sightings at Spurn and along the East coast of Yorkshire, it seemed well worth a trip to the coast. But the report on the Spurn website that said ‘A disappointing exodus of migrants’ wasn’t … Continue reading
A day at Spurn is always a good day. We should get that out of the way right now. But did the migration festival enhance it? The honest answer is a kind-of “yes, but…”, which isn’t really the fault of any of … Continue reading
So Saturday saw us at the Spurn Migration Festival, along with a good 100-200 others I would estimate. We started the day brightly, arriving a little after ten and parking briefly just near Corner Field where the Red-Backed Shrike was … Continue reading
Having visited Spurn often, but not tried the Migration Festival, I thought I’d have a visit for the Saturday. Tomorrow I’ll talk about the actual experience provided on the day, but first I wanted to share a few highlights of … Continue reading
Next weekend is the Spurn Migration Festival, and the programme looks excellent (download the pdf). Having never bothered with this before, I’m looking forward to the day (I’ll be there Saturday) and have an idea of the schedule I will … Continue reading