Coasting – Bacton

Bacton; a place name to conjure with if you know North East Norfolk’s emptier fringe. A confusing piece of coast where as you move North of Happisburgh the cliff first drops and as you swing further there is a vale where Walcott sits. As the cliff starts to rise a series of tiny villages grow on the shallow slope where the mud, clay and sand cliffs start to rise and gain height again towards Mundesley and Trimingham. Walcott marks the lowest point, the exposed concrete edge leading on past the Poacher’s Pocket where the welcome to Bacton sign marks...

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