Category Archives: Whitsand bay

channel view

This is my neighbour’s chalet available to rent very reasonably via airbnb or Visit Rame  It sleeps four comfortably and has amazing views of the sea and fields beyond. There is a driveway for your car and a large garden … Continue reading

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Marine Conservation Society’s 3 year survey

    The Marine Conservation Society have conducted a three year quarterly survey of 19 UK sites, one being at the eastern end of Whitsand Bay. Facilitated by Rame Peninsula Beach Care  Polhawn beach was cleared four times a year … Continue reading

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holiday hurricane

‘Posts may be sporadic for the next few weeks’ so said my last post but, I was anticipating days of outdoor life; swimming, walking, eating outdoors with no time to sit and write a post indoors, but… When we headed … Continue reading

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Whitsand Bay candles

  These are for sale in the UpCycled Home, [a shop housed in the old coachhouse at Mount Edgecombe Country Park] a selection of candles  named after places on the Rame Peninsula. The shop is full of eclectic finds and … Continue reading

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Cabin Envy Wiggle

I have been doing some work for a friend and old employer who has inherited a chalet on the cliff, one that he and his siblings would come and live in all summer long when they were children. Since his … Continue reading

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Midsummer skies

Over the last week we have had the most intense sunsets for some time, all taken on an iPhone with the point and click method.

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mirror calm

  Over the last few sunny days the sea has had such a calm quality about it, not a ripple or wave just the shimmer of sun, which gives the surface a lustre like a mirror. Author Robert Macfarlane, [The Old … Continue reading

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