A Coldingham Taster
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The Village Centre
I am stood with my back to the car park where the Book Shop is located. The road in front heads north and connects with the A1.
You would not know that there was sand and sea anywhere near!
Coldingham Ghost Walk
Part of the Gala weekend, a circular walk around the village is interrupted by various nasties drawn from history, all with a tale to tell.
Coldingham Sands in Snow
The marine enviroment and sheltered location make snow a rarity
Not mine unfortunately, but I do fancy it
The Beach at Sunrise
Words fail me!
Taken from Coldingham Law (small hill).Oliver Cromwell placed his cannons here in 1648 and demolished most of this beautiful building. For more...
Held at the end of July each year. Very popular, attracts between 1500 and 2000 visitors
Been known to yield miniature Cowrie shells. Has a natural feature known locally as The Mermaids Pool, the young and not so young delight in leaping of the rocks into the water
Takes me back to my youth. %$* years ago
Local legend has it that in the not too distant past the Queen Mother's horses were run in this surf.
The beach attracts a fair number of surfers, you can see why