Action in 2020 - August
Walberswick is a village on the Suffolk coast at the mouth of the River Blyth. There is a long shingle beach with sand dunes behind, surrounded by marsh and heathland.
A nature reserve follows the River Blyth estuary combining mudflats, meadow and marsh.
Walberswick held the World Crabbing Championships for many years and crabbing is still a popular pastime for families today.
Sand dunes covered in sea holly.
Part of the old pier.
Beside the River Blythe
Sea Lavender and Sea Purslane
Mooring poles on the Blythe