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The Bell Inn, Walberswick

The Bell is nearer to the river, and Walberswick village green, than the Anchor. I suspect many day visitors may not get past The Bell, which is a shame because they are two different pubs entirely. 728 more words

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The Anchor Inn, Walberswick

A big blue pub in a pretty village just t’other side of the River Blyth to Southwold, you can drive, walk or use the little ferry, more of that in another post. 488 more words

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WOBBLING TO WALBERSWICK

So a good start in Southwold at the classic Lord Nelson before we headed off over the dunes towards Walberswick and past the beach huts, … 543 more words

Red-Footed Falcon success

A couple of weeks ago I was bemoaning the fact that a Red-Footed Falcon was flying about Walberswick while I couldn’t get to see it….damn work :/ Anyway, would you believe it but one turns up at Dunwich Heath, so off I trot and manage to get the little beauty….A life tick none-the-less….it hung around for the next couple of days commuting between Dunwich Heath and Minsmere (where I managed to see it two days later). 71 more words

Red-Footed Falcon at Walberswick

Sometimes I think that birds have a sixth sense. Just today I heard of a Red-footed falcon at Walberswick just a few minutes away from my home. 99 more words

Postcard from the Suffolk Coast

On a fine day, the narrow, shingle edge that shelters the great reed bed in the wide valley between the villages of Dunwich and Walberswick is one of the great coastal walks. 521 more words

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Dreaming of Walberswick

As the rain keeps us indoors and miserable, i just stop myself dreaming of our Easter Holiday to the seaside village of Walberswick in Suffolk… 194 more words

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