Some views today from the coastal paths in England and Wales . . .
FACT FOR THE DAY:
Did you know that . . . .
. . . the England Coast Path, which is due to be completed in 2021, will be the longest managed and waymarked coastal path in the world. Combined with the existing Wales Coast Path, you can walk 3,665 miles all the way from Gretna (the north west border with Scotland) to Marshall Meadows (near Berwick-upon-Tweed on the north east border with Scotland).
The public are allowed anywhere on the coastal “foreshore”, the intertidal zone, which is owned by the Crown. Although land access down to the high tide line may be privately owned and restricted, there is nothing to stop you getting onto the foreshore by boat or swimming or walking round on the beach.