The number of people going for a paddle or a swim in the sea off Bridlington may be dropping off as the temperatures dip, but work is ongoing to make sure the bathing water is as clean as possible.
A woman on a sightseeing cruise has shot these stunning photos of porpoises in the North Sea.
The dry summer has led to a rise in sightings of whales and dolphins off the Yorkshire coast.
The hot weather of late has started people reminiscing about the last time it was this warm for this long.
As the current heatwave continues to bring unusually warm weather, it also brings a surge in the demand for water.
A neglected and overgrown school pond has been transformed thanks to the generosity of supermarket shoppers and a number of Bridlington businesses.
The unusually warm weather has seen an influx in the number of pests, with the return of the heatwave now providing the perfect conditions for not only rodents such as rats and mice to thrive, but wasps too.
Ten bags of rubbish and three road cones were collected from the Gypsey Race during the Brightening Up Bridlington’s monthly event on Saturday.