Kilnsea to Spurn Lighthouse Walk

8 mile walk from Blue Bell Café Kilnsea

The Spurn Walk has been moved from Saturday 22nd September to January 2019 ( date to be confirmed)

£5/£4 entry fee ( children free with paying adult)

This is an 8 mile circular walk which includes beach walking and exposed areas through YWT nature reserve ** –  a narrow sand tidal island that reaches into the North sea and forms the bank of the mouth of the Humber Estuary.

This walk explores the splendid Spurn Point National Nature Reserve on the tip of the coast of the East Riding of Yorkshire. There’s much to enjoy with pretty beaches, sand-dunes, marshland and the striking effects of the changing tides. Spurn is located c.30 miles east of Hull. From Easington follow the B1445 to Kilnsea. From the village of Kilnsea continue until you will find the Blue Bell Café on your left.

Register online:

Download:  Shine-walk-registration-form

Shine-Relief-Trust-Sponsor-Form- Spurn Walk

 Shine walk participants on the day information

Shine Relief Trust Kilnsea to Spurn Walk terms and conditions 

Call Deborah: 07762243302

Gain free entry to the lighthouse with your Shine wristband and climb to the top of the 128ft lighthouse – the tallest in Northern England**

Bring a packed lunch – drinks and fruit provided on route

Tickets are transferrable.

**Information Spurn Lighthouse is a 3.5 mile walk crossing the sandy washover area. Spurn Point is a further mile for those who wish to extend the walk .

Under 16s must be accompanied by an adult. Participants take part at their own risk. It is the responsibility of participants to ensure that they are sufficiently fit and healthy to take part. Participants should seek advice from their GP or a health professional if they are unsure. The route will include walking over the beach and rocks and is not suitable for wheelchairs/pushchairs.

Clothing and footwear appropriate to the terrain and weather conditions should be worn. Please take into consideration the guidelines from the Yorkshire Wildlife Trust.

Footwear. Sand provides resistance, so walking on the beach is inherently more demanding than walking on concrete or other hard surfaces. Please take care if walking barefoot.

Visitor Safety: please protect yourself from ticks found in the area – wear suitable clothing/insect repellent

Lighthouse saftey: Children are welcome, but they must be at least 1.1 metres in height and physically capable of ascending and descending the staircases by themselves unaided. Under no circumstances can children or babies be carried up or down the staircases, (this includes the use of baby carriers, papooses, etc.)

The lighthouse is over a century old so and some stone floors and stairs may be worn and uneven in places, and the staircase leading to the lantern room is very steep. Sensible footwear must be worn if you wish to ascend the lighthouse tower. Open toe sandals without heel straps and flip- flops are not suitable.

Refreshments We will provide water and fruit along the way. Blue Bell Café for hot and cold drinks, sandwiches, cakes and heartier meals. 

Fundraising! On-line sponsorship visit Sponsor forms also available – email

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*The information provided is for guidance only. Each person must prepare accordingly.

Details are correct at time of publication but may be subject to change at short notice



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