Halloween fun at Bempton

The RSPB at Bempton have announced a treasure hunt for Halloween. The Kraken Treasure Quest events will be running from Saturday 24th October to Sunday 1st November 2020 from 10am-4pm, with an admission charge of £2.

“High above the North Sea, on towering cliff tops, the Kraken sea-monster has stashed away its stolen treasure. Your quest is to follow the clues on the map to discover where the precious gold is hidden. But beware: there are trolls, boggarts and ghostly pirates out there that might stand in your way. So be brave, take up the challenge and a prize awaits those who conquer all they encounter”

No booking required

How to get your Alexa to work

Just Click on the Alexa button below. Login to your Amazon account (if you aren’t already) and click the button to “enable” the Skill.

Then you can say to your Alexa Speaker

“Play Bridlington Gold”

Its Here…!

How to get your Google Smart Speaker to work

Just ask your Google smart speaker to

“Talk to Bridlington Gold”

or

“Ask Bridlington Gold to Play”

Its Here…!

 

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12 May 2021

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05:47 high 5.6m
11:57 low 1.3m
17:57 high 5.6m

13 May 2021

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00:13 low 1.3m

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