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Trimley St Martin


Although the two Trimleys are joined, I will separate the two parishes, St Martin going down to the River Orwell on to the Marshes here you can see the Felixstowe Port cranes from a couple of miles away on a late summers day
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Beyond Loompit Lake and heading towards Felixstowe there is a lovely stretch of foreshore Salt Marsh and Cliffs with good views, at mid tide the foreshore is quite sandy

Sleighton Hill

 

Trimley St Martin Cliffs DSC_6710.jpg



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On the picture above if you travel to the point this is where there is a section of salt marsh, sea pea and thrift survives on here

Trimley St Martin Cliffs DSC_6715.jpg



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Trimley St Martin Cliffs DSC_6711.jpgTrimley St Martin Cliffs DSC_6713.jpg



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The Listed Buildings of the Parish of St Martin

http://www.britishlistedbuildings.co.uk/england/suffolk/trimley+st+martin



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