Flamborough Head


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Flamborough Head

(ˈflæmbərə; -brə)
n
(Placename) a chalk promontory in NE England, on the coast of the East Riding of Yorkshire
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He has mapped out the sailor's history including one of his most famous exploits in a battle in the North Sea of Flamborough Head when he turned what looked like defeat to victory over a superior British warship and made famous the words; "Surrender?
We also went to Flamborough Head Lighthouse and Selwicks Bay, a small beach where we saw seals.
He said: "We're going to do our annual walk across Thornwick Bay at Flamborough Head, where we'll pay a visit to Angie's bench, lay flowers and share memories.
Whilst they have been there they were taken out of the centre to Flamborough Head, despite advice on avoiding travel by the Met Office.
The Coniacian-Campanian Chalk of Flamborough Head (UK), located on the southern side of the headland, displays a very complex fracture network, with multiple fracture orientations.
After much pleading with my parents, how delighted I was to be given permission to go on board Coronia along with friends and set sail on a sea trip along the Yorkshire Coast, turning at Flamborough Head and returning to Scarborough.
Pirate John Paul Jones was a notorious criminal and his ship was sunk in the Battle of Flamborough Head in 1779.
A mile up the coast in the tiny village of Sewerby, this cluster of six luxurious cottages makes a perfect base for anyone exploring the Bridlington and Flamborough Head area.
Stunned members of Flamborough Head Golf Club watched the private chopper drop 250ft into the sea.
Golfers at Flamborough Head Golf Club said they thought the helicopter was trying to land near the club's 17th green.
The rare propaganda print depicts John Paul Jones shooting a sailor for cowardice at the Battle of Flamborough Head off the coast of Yorkshire during the American Revolution.