Posts about living on the Sussex coast
People in Shoreham and Southwick have had enough. Southern Water can't keep throwing sewage into our seas.
An unexpected hour by the sea is a rare and precious gift, especially on a glorious Good Friday.
Once again, we're deprived of time outdoors. But it's not lockdown to blame, it's infection…
This is no time to be a fair weather beach cleaner…
Like millions of others, I'm now in the quasi lockdown of Tier 4. But there's a silver lining hiding in this enforced restriction.
A mindful connection with nature can also be truly useful.
A storm changes the beach — and brings plenty of evidence of human neglect of the sea.
Lockdown is easing, and for the first time in months, we were able to get out for a couple of hours walking. What was once routine feels like the biggest treat imaginable.
Before Storm Ciara hit its peak, I took my girls onto the beach for a taste of the sheer power of nature…
The mysteriously perfect stones with holes you find on some Sussex beaches have been a source of mystical inspiration for years.