|Village Pond, Kilham|
|Wind Turbines at Lissett|
|Approach to Burton Agenes|
|St Quintin Arms, Harpham|
The beck had a decent flow at this point as the local springs pump out water from underground. It was different story a little further north.
We walked east a little further then turned north and paralleled the course of Kelk Beck. A sign post gave us clear direction which way to go as we were heading to Bracey Bridge a place best known as a lay-by on the Driffield to Bridlington Road. A refreshments van was parked up in the lay-by offering tea, coffee and sandwiches but as between us we had no money on us we had to pass on this occasion.
|A dry Kelk Beck|
|Sunset near Kilham|
Our walk of nearly seven and a half miles miles had allowed us to take in three nice East Yorkshire Villages and see a fantastic part of our natural heritage. If doing this walk again when the days are longer I think we might have found time to enjoy the hospitality at the pubs along the way.