Get your walking boots on and raise money for this year's Children In Need appeal by exploring the coast around Bridlington.
As part of the BBC fund-raiser, Sewerby Hall is hosting a family fun ramble - with the aim of covering a collective total of 250 miles and raise at least £500.
You can sign up for a one-mile route around the woodland walk at Sewerby Hall, which you can repeat as many times as you like, or if you want to stretch your legs a little further, there is a more challenging five-mile route along the cliffs to Danes Dyke and Flamborough South Landing.
With events around the country, the charity wants to collectively cover the distance of the whole UK, which is 18,505 miles.
Paul Silvester, sport and active communities officer, said: “Whilst clocking up your miles, we’ll be asking everyone to collect natural bits and pieces along the way, including leaves, twigs, stones and whatever else you can find and carry, to create our very own showpiece for Children in Need, within the fantastic grounds of Sewerby Hall.
“Responsible Fishing UK, who have delivered some fantastic workshops for Active Coast over the last two years, will be leading the creative workshop to create something special and show our support for Children in Need.”
There are two ways to raise money for this. You can either set up an online page at www.countryfile-ramble-for-bbc-children-in-need-2018.everydayhero.com/uk/active-coast-ramble or take some money on the day for a collection.
The event takes place from 10am on Sunday, October 14.
All participants are advised to bring food, water, waterproofs, rucksack and wear suitable footwear. Or you could tackle the walk in fancy dress.
All children must be accompanied by an adult.