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Aldebugh beach from RNLI

The beach from Aldeburgh Lifeboat Station (buy as a greetings card)


High Winds & High Tides ~ EADT 3 January 2016

Weather causes section of Slaughden Road to collapse …

Very Happy New Year? ~ EADT 31 December 2015

A wedding ring lost at sea during at Boxing Day swim found

Moot Hall Nudism? ~ EADT
15 December 2015

The coastline opposite the Moot Hall will be roped off for those brave enough to bare all …

Four daughters returns to Aldeburgh ~ EADT 8.12.2015
31-foot trawler with tragic history returns

Poetry festival still in the balance ~ EADT 8.12.2015

For many years, the trust has fought hard to raise enough funds for all the activity …

Tiniest concert hall ~ EADT 2.10.2015

Aldeburgh Music think inside the box

Aldeburgh Brickworks ~ EADT 25.9.2015

Houses to be built … but not of Aldeburgh bricks!

... more news from Aldeburgh


The image was made by hand editing over 60 photos.  If you look carefully you can see some of the joins.

The image is available as an A5 postcard and A2 or 20” x 30” posters with larger sizes up to 30” x 45” available to special order (please email us).

If you are lucky enough to be in Aldeburgh you can buy the postcard from Avocet and The Aldeburgh Bookshop, or on-line from our shop.


The collage to the right is available as both an A2 and 20” x 30” poster.  The 22 pictures were all taken in or very nearby Aldeburgh – can you spot where they were taken.  To find out try our Aldeburgh Quiz.

Posters are available from Avocet on Aldeburgh High Street or from our on-line shop.

A similar A5 postcard is now available from Baggotts the newsagents, 128-130 Aldeburgh High Street.

North from the Brudenell The Old Lookout Lifeboat Station Moot Hall to The Wentworth Aldebugh beach from RNLI Aldebugh beach from Orlando Aldeburgh Snooks The Scallop The Scallop


Straying further inland see some new pictures of The Vale of Aylesbury and West Wycombe Park a National Trust Stately Home, still the family house of the Dashwoods of Hellfire Club fame.

Crag Cottage is attractively decorated with antiques and art works looking directly over the North Sea. Details, location, availability and floor plan

Crag Cottage