Waters Edge & Humber Bridge... Waters Edge Country Park has two sites of special scientific interest and is home to rare birds, plants and animals. There are two well-equipped childrens play areas and a network of footpaths, through the meadow and woodland and accross the reed beds and ponds.
Waters Edge is also home to an wildlife surveillance network, first of it's kind in the country. High quality cameras have been installed accross the site, ranging from pan tilt and zoom cameraon the south tower of the Humber Bridge to discreet lipstick sized cameras in individual nesting boxes.
The live images gives a wonderfull insight into the secret world of the animals and birds that live in the park.
Humber Bridge is 2,220 metres long (7,283 FT) - Opened to traffic on 24th June 1981