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A wild and wonderful shingle beach with beautiful meadows and sheep grazing by the sea. Parking is easy and it never gets overcrowded- east coast heaven!
Shingle Street was forcibly evacuated in 1940 in anticipation of a German invasion. Its eerie isolation is now rather compelling. But what really brings people here is the abundance of bird and wildlife. Park up by the beach, have a swim in the sheltered, lagoon-like waters, and enjoy the peace and…
Shingle Street is a small coastal hamlet in Suffolk, England, at the mouth of Orford Ness, situated between Orford and Bawdsey. Part of the coast is also known as Hollesley Bay; HM Young Offender Institution, Hollesley Bay Colony, is nearby. Shingle Street was originally a home for fishermen and…