Updated: 16 March 2017

Coast Path between Filey Brigg and North Gare

Maw Wyke Hole

Maw Wyke Hole

Ramblers' proposals

Our proposals were submitted to Natural England and Ramblers CO in March 2013. The ten sections of route surveyed are indicated in the maps above. The surveys on which these proposals were based were carried out by Ramblers volunteers from the East Yorkshire & Derwent Area and the Cleveland Group of the Ramblers. Surveys from Filey Brigg to Ravenscar were carried out by Robert Clutson, Philip Trafford and Les Atkinson from Scarborough Ramblers. The part of the route from Ravenscar to North Gare was surveyed by Bill Dell from Cleveland Ramblers. Tony Corrigan from Pocklington Ramblers read the proofs. Contributions toward traveling expenses were received from the East Yorkshire & Derwent Area. The individual written reports were collated and the final report edited by Tom Halstead from York Ramblers. Click here to download the full proposal.

Natural England's documents

Natural England started work in June 2014 on proposals and the stretch from Filey Brigg to the Newport Bridge was opened to the public on 21 July 2016. The stretch from Newport Bridge to North Gare, through the post-industrial north bank of the Tees, requires further work to be done and will open to the public when this has been completed.