Monthly Archives: March 2017

147. St Margaret’s at Cliffe to Sandwich

May 2006 I was looking forward to returning to St Margaret’s at Cliffe having found just how beautiful it was last time. I’d also bought myself a new camera. My previous camera, a Canon Powershot A80 had died a few … Continue reading

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146. Capel-le-Ferne to St Margaret’s at Cliffe

April 2006 This was a wonderful walk over the famous white cliffs of the Kent coast, passing the major port of Dover and ending at the absolutely beautiful village of St Margaret’s at Cliffe. I started from home and drove down … Continue reading

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145. Dymchurch to Capel-le-Ferne

April 2006 After the peace of the far south eastern corner of Kent I’m now heading back through a large town and busy port and past a military firing range. Despite this there is still much of interest and some … Continue reading

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Back on the coast

The short days of winter are behind us. Spring is arriving, and it’s time for me to get back to the coast. Today I’ve been walking the crumbling coast of the East Riding of Yorkshire near the Humber. I was … Continue reading

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144. Dungeness to Dymchurch

April 2006 At the end of my last walk I was in a hurry to make the last train of the day from Dungeness (which is not a place you would want to get stuck!) so I didn’t get much chance … Continue reading

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