York and North Yorkshire were among the places that felt an earthquake last night.

The British Geological Survey said the 3.9 magnitude shake happened 18 km or 11 miles below Grimsby at 11.14pm.

People up to 100 km away reported feeling it.

Residents in the York area felt their houses shake as though a lorry was going past.

There are no reports of damage.

The largest earthquake so far this year, according to the Press Association, was one of 4.6 magnitude at Cwmllynfell, south Wales, on February 17.