'St Edmunds Memorial Chapel'; ruins; 'stone built'; HunStanton; Norfolk; England; Europe; 'King Edmund of East Anglia'; '855AD to 870AD'; archway; lighthouse; sea; 'The Wash'; 'information board'; gardens; wallflowers; 'sea view'
North Norfolk coast, Old Hunstanton, Hunstanton, sandy beach, big beach, The Wash, tide out, Hunstanton cliffs, lighthouse, blue sky, big sky, light high clouds, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty England, sunlit image
Old Hunstanton, North Norfolk coast, England, Europe, beaches, big sky, blue sky, light cloud, empty beach, tide out, runnels in the sand, patterns in the sand, winter sunshine, coastline, Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty England
The distinctive cliffs at Hunstanton in Norfolk are some of the oldest visible rocks in East Anglia at around 100 million years old. The layers are made up of the brown coloured Carstone at the bottom and red and white chalk above.