Explore the location
What’s so special about this location?
The coastline around Flamborough Head is a mixture of rugged white cliffs, with multiple coves and beaches formed as the sea has eroded the chalk cliffs. Under the waves the area supports such a huge variety of life in the undersea kelp forests and chalk reefs.
North Beach in 360 Video
Your logo here! We’re inviting schools from across Hull and East Yorkshire to get involved and provide a #Hashtag name for a specific ActiveLearning location. We will include information about each naming school on the website page for that location, referencing them as ‘guardians’.
What’s in the area?
With gorgeous grounds to explore, an adventure play area and rare breed farm park, as well as the house and deliciously made food from the café, Sledmere Hall and grounds is a fantastic day out!
Living Seas Centre
The Living Seas Centre is Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s first dedicated marine education centre, showcasing the rich undersea habitats of the North Sea around Flamborough Head.
RSPB Bempton Cliffs
Visit the centre to learn of the seabirds that inhabit Bempton’s cliffs and witness one of the UK’s top wildlife spectacles of almost half a million sea birds soaring by the sea.
Where’s next on the route…
Explore, discover and capture moments to help our planet
CoastSnap works by enlisting members of the public to take part in our global citizen science project, to capture through your smartphone images of how our dynamic world is changing over time.
By using something called Photogrammetry, scientists can use your photos to make maps at an accuracy similar to that of professional survey team. This is why each location has a camera cradle for you to use and precisely orient your phone and photo. All the information can be recorded via the App or uploading to social media channels. The more photos we have of a particular location, the better our understanding becomes of how environments, such as coastlines, are changing over time, and thus helping communities, local government and stakeholders to better manage these valuable environments.
Add your snap
1. Visit one of our CoastSnap locations.
2. Open the app and create an account with your email address.
3. Select the CoastSnap station for your location.
4. Add your photo using the plus button to ‘update spot’ and follow the on-screen instructions.
5. Place your phone within the cradle so that the camera is facing away from you and is in the correct landscape position.
6. Complete the ‘update spot’ form in the app and save your snap to submit it. You can also upload a recent photo from your gallery.
7. If you don’t have the CoastSnap app, you can still share the photo via social media channels (Facebook, Instagram, Twitter handles)
8. Take the snap and share it via on our social media channels using the location hashtag #danesdykefinch
What happens to my snap?
We will use your CoastSnap images to map the way the environment changes over time. Your image is an accurate record of the locality at that moment. Your image will become part of a community database and will enable us to monitor how different environments are changing through time, creating time-lapse movies of the location.