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Dunwich, Heath and Forest



Another lovely area,  much of Dunwich has been washed away over the centuries, this town was once larger than London, it boasted 12 medieval churches. The remains of the priory still exist very close to the crumbling cliffs.

The Dunwich Rose and Snowdrops in the nearby woods are spectacular, the Kings (Henry VIII) Navy was built out of Dunwich Oak

The Ship Inn depicts that event

Ship Inn Dunwich 108.JPG

A short video of the area including the snowdrops in Greyfriars wood https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOEz0nAP9uI&list=UUEPmGUcgjoUWxyWdegxwRmQ&feature=c4-overview



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Dunwich Priory Snowdrops Woods
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IOEz0nAP9uI&list=UUEPmGUcgjoUWxyWdegxwRmQ&feature=c4-overview



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Greyfriars Priory part of which is teetering on the cliff edge 

Dunwich Greyfriars  112 .jpgDunwich Greyfriars  113 .jpg

 

....and as close as this here

Dunwich cliffs 109.jpg



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