The ceremonial county of the East Riding of Yorkshire – or East Yorkshire, is in the north east of England is bordered by South Yorkshire, North Yorkshire and Lincolnshire via the Humber Bridge with the North Sea running along its coastline.
East Yorkshire has a population of around 600,000 people. The county town is Beverley with larger towns at 2017 city of culture Kingston upon Hull, Bridlington, Goole, Cottingham and Hessle.
The landscape of East Yorkshire mixes seaside towns and coastal scenery with high chalk cliffs at the heritage coastline of Flamborough Head, agricultural land and the Yorkshire Wolds. A number of rivers including the River Derwent which runs through Stamford Bridge – site of the famous battle, River Aire and River Don flow through the county.