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Southwold, Suffolk - Southwold was mentioned in Domesday Book (1086) as a fishing port, and, after the "capricious River Blyth withdrew from Dunwich in 1328, bringing trade to Southwold in the 15th century", it received its town charter from Henry VII in 1489.

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from kidscreativechaos.com

Rainbow Fish Theme Sensory Fishing Activity and Craft for Preschoolers

Clay Rainbow fish. Lovely art project for the children to accompany the story.

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Church Lane leading to Whitby Abbey. The Abbey and town gave inspiration to Bram Stoker in writing his book Dracula.

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from buy the sea

Driftwood Sailboat Garland

Driftwood Sailboat Garland | Garland Decoration | Coastal Decor - buy the sea

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Tom Purvis (1888-1959) He was known as 'the King of the Hoardings' by Edwin J. Embleton, the head of the Art Department at The Ministry of Information. He was a very successful poster artist and a member of The Artists Rifles.

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from Vogue

A Week in Mousehole: The Most Charming Little Town on the English Seaside

Mousehole, pronounced 'Mawzal', Cornwall, UK - Mousehole first appeared in the record books as a major fishing port in 1266.

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Tom Phillips ~ [no title: p. 264], From A Humument Vol. IV, 1970 (lithograph on paper)

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hang books in english classroom! great idea, even good with discarded books for a library

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Port Isaac (Cornish: Porthysek) is a small, picturesque fishing village on the coast of Cornwall.Various TV productions have been filmed here such as Poldark, more currently Doc Martin and a production of Rosamunde Pilcher's The Shell Seekers.The village dates from the 18th century when its prosperity was tied to coastal freight and fishing.

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