The Medieval port town of Dunwich has long since been washed away by storms and spring tides – the tower of All Saints’, the last of the ancient churches, toppled over the friable cliffs in 1922.  A local legend says that, at certain tides, church bells can still be heard from beneath the waves.  Today the shingle sings in the surf at high tide, competing with the cackling and clatter of cutlery and crockery as parties of pensioners demolish plates of fish and chips at the Flora Cafe.

Photo: Dunwich, Suffolk, July 2018

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