There’s a fascinating set of plaques along Minehead harbour wall, with room to sit and stare awhile to look for the answers to the puzzles posed alongside (as well as what each piece represents).
Here’s some information – I would have loved to hear the sea shanties. We have sung the Halsway Carol at choir as in Halsway Manor mentioned below.
Beautiful mosaics using old pottery adorn this cottage wall on the road towards Minehead harbour. The walls had mosaic along the top too. I recently spent a fun afternoon making just one small garden pot, so this must have taken quite a bit of work.
Distinctive sculptures mark each end of the South West Coastal Path, currently the longest walking trail in England* at over 600 miles. This is the one found at Minehead and was put in place in 2001.
* = there is a project underway to create a coastal path around the whole of Britain. The Wales Coast Path has now superseded this one at around 870 miles and Wales is currently the only country in the world with a path around its entire coastline.
Note: this was taken during British Summer Time a couple of weeks ago, and as of today we’ve moved back to Greenwich Mean Time.
There are a few of these along Minehead’s seaside promenade.
All that red screaming danger, but it’s so clear you can see across the Bristol Channel to Wales…