shingle beach


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shingle beach

[′shiŋ·gəl ‚bēch]
(geology)
A narrow beach composed of shingle and commonly having a steep slope on both its landward and seaward sides. Also known as cobble beach.
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The Victorian red-brick ticket office stands at the north end of Aberystwyth promenade and is just 100 yards from the town's sand and shingle beach.
He had to be pulled out of the water onto an area of shingle beach by his friends, who alerted the emergency services.
Dunwich Suffolk Backed by lagoons, dunes and bright heather, this beautiful sand and shingle beach is pretty much all that remains of Dunwich, which was swallowed up by the North Sea centuries ago.
A storm in February has turned the nearby sandy beach into a shingle beach and we are finding that while lunch trade is still good our takeaway business is suffering.
NEED TO KNOW THE | four-star Brudenell Hotel boasts a seafront setting, just a step away from the shingle beach with panoramic sea views, and is home to the AA two-rosette Seafood & Grill restaurant with menus created by Tyler Torrance.
Peace and quiet is guaranteed - it's surrounded by National Trust and grazing land and a shingle beach is a short stroll away.
The park itself is set in a fantastic location, with fabulous rolling walks in the outdoors, and the shingle beach is fantastic.
The sites affected are the coastal path of Saint Denis, including shingle beach adjacent and the Parc des Tamarins, the coastal path Sainte Marie including the shingle beach and adjoining the Marina, the coastal path of Sainte Suzanne y including the beach and adjacent rollers and public spaces and parks of the Technology Park and the BIA Triangle of Saint Denis.
Local artist Maggi Hambling's 12ft high sculpture, The Scallop, is dedicated to Britten, who enjoyed afternoon walks on Aldeburgh's shingle beach, where it is situated.
The campsite is set in a stunning location; in forest of eucalyptus trees which back onto a sand and shingle beach overlooking Chrysochou bay.
On Dungeness' shingle beach, the architect inherited a shack-like hut that had grown around a 19th-century railway carriage, a recovered artefact forbidden by planners from removal.
e Pleasurewood Hills theme park near Lowestoft and Africa Live in Kessingland both make a great day out, while Jimmy's Farm NEED TO KNOW THE | four-star Brudenell Hotel boasts a seafront setting, just a step away from the shingle beach with panoramic sea views, and is home to the AA two-rosette Seafood & Grill restaurant.