Bexhill Sea Angling Festival

The Bexhill Sea Angling Festival takes place on Saturday and Sunday 7th and 8th September 2013. The Festival is in two parts; 1) a series of angling competitions at Bexhill Sea Angling Club and 2) an Open Event at the De La Warr Pavilion exhibition space. Please visit their website for full details.

New website launched

It’s been a long time in the making, but the new website was launched today! It brings a clean modern design which gives us more flexibility for adding new sections, and re-arranging page content. We’ve also ‘re-mastered’ all of our images, and have a tight integration with Twitter so that we can show our favourite people and promote their best images.  We’ve now got a ‘mini-directory’ which is Twitter based so that we can quickly list useful websites on our ‘Town’ level pages based on our Twitter Follower lists. Hope you like the new look and functionality, and we will be adding more content in the new few weeks to all of our ‘County’ and ‘Town’ pages.

Updated website and blog on the way!

It’s been a while since the website and blog were last updated, it was set up as a ‘hobby website’ to display coastal photos I’d accumulated over the years and so the website has taken a sideline in the past year due to work demands. I’ve put some time aside now though and am actively developing a new version of the website with a more modern appearance, support for mobile devices, and greater integration of social media. Hoping to have it ready in the next couple of weeks!

Top 5 Coastal Breaks


With thousands of miles of wonderfully wiggly shoreline, the UK simply begs to be explored and offers all kinds of coastal breaks. Read on for a few ideas to get you in the mood…


Pull on a wetsuit and head for the Farne Islands off the Northumberland coast. Enjoy close encounters with plump, grey seals affectionately known as ‘inquisitive locals’ – though clumsy on land, they transform into svelte-like creatures underwater. Wreck diving is also popular and numerous wrecks litter the seabed including the 6,810-ton Somali. Do also look out for deep-water anemone, dead men’s fingers and all sorts of crustaceans.

What else? A stunning coastline with AONB status from top to bottom – explore it on foot, by bike or horseback. Golden sand beaches stretching as far as the eye can see, crowned with iconic castles. Continue reading