Category Archives: Nature Reserve

Cley Skies or Cley Days…

The small village of Cley situated on the North coast of Norfolk is a popular destination for tourists and birdwatchers. Its full name is Cley next the Sea and its pronunciation is a question of debate! Some locals pronounce Cley … Continue reading

Posted in Art, Cley next the Sea, Landscape, Nature Reserve, Norfolk, North Norfolk Coast, Sculpture Trail, Skies, Uncategorized | 13 Comments

In Search of the Fifth Continent and a Desert

With my explorations of Rye and Winchelsea over (see my previous article Rye Rambles) I headed off into Kent towards Dungeness via Romney Marsh. Romney Marsh is sometimes known as “The Fifth Continent”… due to its natural beauty the diversity of … Continue reading

Posted in Derek Jarman, Dungeness, Kent, Lighthouses, Nature Reserve, Ossuary, Prospect Cottage Dungeness, Romney Hythe and Dymchurch Railway, Romney Marsh, Royal Military Canal, Sound Mirrors | 14 Comments

Rye Rambles

Whilst I have spent a lot of time visiting places in East Sussex, I had never been to the eastern part of the county specifically to Winchelsea and Rye, so last July, booked a few days away to explore them. … Continue reading

Posted in E F Benson, East Sussex, Mapp and Lucia, Nature Reserve, Pett Level, Royal Military Canal, Rye, Rye Harbour, Uncategorized, Winchelsea | 19 Comments