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Photographs of Walberswick

Some photographs of Walberswick

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Panorama Slide Show taken from the top of St Andrew’s Church Tower

1: St. Andrew’s Church, Walberswick
2: The Freshly Thatched Walberswick Shelter
3: Walberswick Village Green
4: Looking East towards the Village Sign, and the sea through the trees beyond
5: Walberswick is a quintessentially English seaside village and retains much of this charm6: There is a wide variety of styles of buildings in Walberswick7: A childrens play area centres the Village Green, and the sea can be seen beyond8: Here viewing more of the wide varieties and shapes of homes in Walberswick9: Walberswick nestles behind sturdy sea defences 10: Looking over fishing nets towards Southwold Harbour, which borders the north of the village11: St. Andrews Church sits within the shell of the former -much larger- building, still using the same bell tower!12: For a very reasonable fee you can take the rowing ferry across the river Blyth towards Southwold.
Details of the ferry times can be found on the Explore Walberswick website13: A footpath runs along the side of The Harbour to the Bailey Bridge, about a mile inland14: Walberswick has a wonderful beach15: A pleasure craft sitting in the harbour16: Grassy Sand dunes gives way to the wonderful sand of the beach17: There are many nearby reed beds around Walberswick, which are good places for spotting various bird life18: Walberswick is surrounded by numerous countryside walks, through a range of environments including riverside, woodlands and wetlands

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