Feeds:
Posts
Comments

Posts Tagged ‘Burton Bradstock’

Picture by Chris Downer

Picture by Chris Downer

In January 1994 the bells of St. Mary’s, Burton Bradstock were removed from the bell tower to restore the six bells to ‘near perfect’ condition.  The six bells returned to the church in March.

Read Full Post »

Burton Bradstock Beach

Picture by natamagat

Picture by natamagat

An early March morning on the beach at Burton Bradstock, part of the Unesco listed World Heritage Jurassic Coast,  Area of Oustanding Natural Beauty, owned by the the National Trust.

Read Full Post »

Hive Beach

Picture by Rob and Rae Cornelius

Picture by Rob and Rae Cornelius

Hive Beach is a long, coarse sandy beach overlooked by cliffs and farmland just east of Burton Bradstock, The name of the beach is from the appearance of the sandstone cliffs.

Read Full Post »

Burton Bradstock

Burton Bradstock by David North

Burton Bradstock by David North

The village of Burton Bradstock nestles around the church of St. Mary the Virgin and 16th and 17th century thatched cottages punctuate the unspoilt center.

Read Full Post »

The Cliffs at West Bay, Image by Clifton M. Beard

This view of the cliffs is taken, looking from West Bay towards Burton Bradstock.  For those old enough to remember, this is Reggie Perrin country.

Read Full Post »