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Photos of Northumberland - Cocklawburn beach and Cheswick Sands.
These photos were taken on the North Northumberland Coast at Cocklawburn Beach and Cheswick Sands.
Views include both beaches where you can see as far as the Scottish Border to the north and Holy Island to the south. There are also views of the rocks in between the dunes and a very pretty Jellyfish.
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Cocklawburn Beach looking towards Saltpan Rocks.
Near Skerrs Rocks at the south of Cocklawburn Beach.
Views north along Cocklawburn Beach.
The beach between Near Skerrs and Middle Skerr Rocks.
Rock slabs at Middle Skerr.
Rock pools at Middle Skerr.
View along the shore above the rocks.
Remains of an old Lime Kiln.
Beach walkers enjoying the sunshine with their dogs.
Sloping slabs at the south end of Middle Skerr.
The short beach between Middle Skerr and Far Skerr Rocks.
View south to Holy Island.
View north to Berwick and beyond to the cliffs at the border.
Cheswick Sands - a very strong contender for the best beach in Northumberland.
The dunes with heavy clouds bubbling up.
The beach at Cheswick Black Rocks.
View north at Cheswick Black Rocks.
View south at Cheswick Black Rocks - in the distance is Holy Island.
A brightly coloured Jellyfish.
The North Sea - it looks very inviting here.