SOUTH-EAST

Covering a huge stretch of coast from seaside towns with piers and amusements and busy ferry ports to stretches of empty, windswept beaches, this section offers something for everyone. Possible locations for talks are:

  1. King's Lynn (seaport & market town)

  2. Heacham (village)

  3. Brancaster (village, near Scolt Head Island Nature Reserve)

  4. Wells-next-the-Sea (small town, my marsh)

  5. Blakeney (village, National Trust Blakeney)

  6. Sheringham (town)

  7. Cromer (town)

  8. Mundesley (village)

  9. Broomholm / Keswick / Walcott (villages)

  10. Happisburg (village)

  11. Winterton-on-Sea (village)

  12. Caister-on-Sea (large village)

  13. Great Yarmouth (resort town)

  14. Gorleston-on-Sea (town)

  15. Lowestoft (town)

  16. Kessingland (large village)

  17. Southwold (small town)

  18. Walberswick (village)

  19. Leiston (town, near RSPB Minsmere)

  20. Aldeburgh (town)

  21. Orford (village, across from Orford Ness Nature Reserve)

  22. Hollesley (village)

  23. Felixstowe (town & sea port)

  24. Harwich (town)

  25. Walton-on-the-Naze (small town)

  26. Clacton-on-Sea (town)

  27. Brightlingsea (town)

  28. Wivenhoe (town)

  29. Rowhedge (village)

  30. West Mersea (small town, Blackwater Estuary)

  31. Tollesbury (village, Blackwater Estuary)

  32. Heybridge (village) & Maldon (town)

  33. Burnham-on-Crouch (town)

  34. Southend-on-Sea (town, Thames Estuary)

  35. Gravesend (town, Thames Estuary)

  36. Gillingham (town)

  37. Isle of Sheppey: Sheerness, Minster, Leysdown

  38. Margate (town)

  39. Ramsgate (town)

  40. Deal (town) & Walmer (town)

  41. Dover (town)

  42. Folkestone (town)

  43. St Mary's Bay (village, near Romney Marsh)

  44. New Romney / Littlestone (town)

  45. Camber (village)

  46. Hastings (town)

  47. Eastbourne (town)

  48. Seaford (town)

  49. Brighton (town)

  50. Worthing (large town)

  51. Bognor Regis (town)

  52. Selsey (town)

  53. Hayling Island

  54. Portsmouth (city)

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