Not all Norfolk is flat!
Another hot sunny day.
After walking along the prom. at Sheringham, we walked up to the top of Beeston Bump.
207 feet high. Lovely view over the town, along the coast, and out to sea.
During the Second World War there was a Y Station at the top. Part of a series of stations around the English coast that worked to intercept radio signals from German E- boats.
The wild flowers at either side of the path were absolutely beautiful, so had to include them in my Blip.
More photos of Sheringham in the extra collage. Including a toy yacht on the boating lake, one of the series of murals along the seafront, and the quintessential game of cricket on the beach.
On to Cley, and a walk along the coastal path.
I do wish people would use the free village car park and not park on the roadside.
They now have a super new loo, very aptly called “ Curloo”! They just ask for a £1 donation. Certainly worth it as the carpark in Sheringham cost us £6 for a few hours.
Tea and cake was taken at Bayfield Wildflower Centre.
Then back to change and out for our evening meal at the Three Horseshoes, Briston.
Has been given a good makeover since we were there last. Beautiful garden and outside seating. The food was good too.
Many thanks for all your comments, stars and hearts for the Spoonbill. We believe it was a juvenile because of the colour of it’s bill.
Sorry not much time so giving hearts and stars, but not comments.