The last ruins of Dunwich, Suffolk’s lost medieval town | Flickering Lamps

The tiny village of Dunwich clings to the edge of the Suffolk coast and is in many ways a pretty but unremarkable place, a sleepy settlement a long way from any large towns.  There’s a beach,…

Source: The last ruins of Dunwich, Suffolk’s lost medieval town | Flickering Lamps

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3 thoughts on “The last ruins of Dunwich, Suffolk’s lost medieval town | Flickering Lamps

  1. I don’t normally agree with disturbing graves, but I would like to see jacob Foster removed to a less precarious spot. It would be a shame if his remains and headstone were just allowed to fall into the sea.
    As for Dunwich being Britain’s ‘Atlantis’, we all know that it is actually Beetley that can claim that title.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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