Riverside Walkway is a public amenity with areas that locals and visitors alike can enjoy. The walkway has a 1,000 metre frontage of the Humber with spectacular views of the countryside all round. The Trans Pennine Trail and the Wolds Way both cross on the way to the Mersey and Filey. 3,000 trees and shrubs have been planted, seats and paths created.
It is a far cry from when it was a waste landfill site up until 1981 and left abandoned until the Parish Council became the owners in late 1986 and at the same time purchased the Reed Pond, shown on the left. Some work has to be carried out occasionally to keep it free from too much reed growth and to create habitats for wild life.
Ings Fields are adjacent to the Reed Pond on the west side and are privately owned and there is no public right of way over them. The fields are subject to a management agreement with the local authority and the owner to protect the flora, and fauna, in particular, the rare sedge carex divisa (its continuation encouraged by allowing saline water from the reed pond to permeate Ings Fields).