have recently explored the beaches of the British coastline and been pleasantly surprised how beautiful they are; the weather doesn’t help, but even out of summer, its just as refreshing to experience that fresh wind.
when I visit my mother in manchester, I tend to visit Liverpool a lot with my friend Elise and recently she took me to the natural trust beach of Formby – with its dunes and wide sandy beach, its a lovely place to take a walk. Crosby beach is also a good beach to visit, with its Antony Gormley statues, it makes it even more visually interesting.
Gorleston beach, just before Great Yarmouth takes you back to your childhood with remote boating lake and lovely Victorian houses perched on the clifftop. I had never walked the top cliff of Dunwich Heath before, but it’s nature at its best – make your way to the Coastguard Cottages for tea and cake and savour the wonderful view.
Kirby, gorleston and dunwich heath, Liverpool