This place is very popular! We followed the dog-walkers...
... to Holkham Beach in North Norfolk, a windy wilderness. This Easter trip was supposed to be a big antiques safari, but the weather was so good we could not resist tramping along some of East Anglia's beaches in the sunshine. I cannot decide which bit of Britain's varied coastline is my favourite. Do you have special seaside place?
Around and down the coast, as the gull flies...
... to Walberswick Creek in Suffolk where, 30 years ago, we went camping and fishing for crabs. Perhaps that's the unique thing about beaches - the memories they hold for us last a lifetime. Inevitably, we change - in towns and villages buildings decay and others are built - but beaches stay the same, give or take the odd bit of coastal erosion.
Could this be the most poplar beach in East Anglia?
I hear it is a favourite with the metropolitan middle classes; writers, artists, thespians and the like. We did encounter actress, author and comedian Meera Syal who called to her son to move out of Mr N's path (I know he badly needs a haircut but, really, he didn't look too scary.)
Do you know it?
Every girl loves a nice beach hut - in Southwold!