Interview Highlights

Here are some people who have made a strong impression on me from the manonabeach® series.  Why not pass on your own ideas, via the send your answer menu, just above here?

 

A touch of nostalgia, at Sheringham in Norfolk, beach page here.

Good Dog Guide

 

An environmental perspective, at Applecross in Scotland, beach page here.

 

The pull of the beach through a lifetime, at Kingsand Cawsand in Cornwall, beach page here.

Dalhanna self-catering cottage

 

Things you find on the strand line, at the Sands of Morar in Scotland, beach page here.

Sefton House

 

A cultural connection to the coast, at Berneray West Beach in the Western Isles, beach page here.

 

A sense of identity, at St Ives in Cornwall, beach page here

 

Two lives at sea, at Fleetwood in Lancashire, beach page here.

 

The therapeutic effect of the beach, at Holkham in Norfolk, beach page here.

 

The beach through time, at Red Rocks, Hoylake on the Wirral, beach page here.

 

The ecosystem of the coast, at Seilebost on South Harris, beach page here.

 

A lifetime by the beach, at Port Gaverne in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

Grab it while you can, at Salcombe South Sands in Devon, beach page here.

 

The beach as a pristine reference point, at Ringstead Bay in Dorset, beach page here.

 

A  historical perspective on life in the Western Isles at Vatersay, beach page here.

 

Inshore fishing at Aldeburgh in Suffolk, beach page here.

 

The beach as a sounding board, at Rinsey Cove in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

A hopeless choice between land and sea, at Bardsea in Cumbria, beach page here.

 

The sheer diversity of its appeal, at Bamburgh in Northumberland, beach page here.

 

The beach as part of a life’s rhythm, at Lansallos in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

A developing appreciation of the beach, at Chesil Beach in Dorset, beach page here.

 

A sense of perspective, at Covehithe in Suffolk, beach page here.

 

How colours at the beach change each day, at Kingsand Cawsand in Cornwall, beach page here

 

The heritage of the Northumberland coble, beach page here.

 

One question, so many answers, at Polridmouth in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

A sense of pride in 25 years service to the environment, at Hemmick in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

The beach runs through another life, above Fistral beach in Newquay, Cornwall, beach page here.

 

The beach as part of the community, at Claigan Coral Beach on the Isle of Skye, beach page here.

 

The “saving grace” of the beach, at Hayle in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

The perennial Cornish conundrum, at Porthallow in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

Family values, at Trelissick Gardens in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

The complexity of the beach, at Cullykhan in Aberdeenshire, beach page here.

 

A Cornish success story, at Mevagissey, beach page here.

 

A master boat builder explains his art, John Leach at the Percuil Freshwater Boatyard in St Mawes, Cornwall, beach page here.

 

An appreciation of both nature and heritage, at Spey Bay in Moray, beach page here.

 

How Peter, aka Plugger, can make do and mend, at Cadgwith in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

Looking beyond the horizon to the endless sea, at Great Lantic in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

Changing times at Newlyn in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

How business and the environment can co-exist, at Towan beach in Newquay, beach page here.

 

A sense of pride in your community, at Kinnaird Head lighthouse in Fraserburgh, beach page here.

 

Some of the many uses for the beach, at Pettycur Bay in Fife, beach page here.

 

An aesthete speaks, at Gyllyngvase in Falmouth, beach page here.

 

Everything must change, on the Helford Passage in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

On the rocks for bass, at Chapel Porth in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

A natural high, at Trebarwith Strand in North Cornwall, beach page here.

 

Careful with that knife, Mr Rogers, at Newquay Harbour, beach page here.

 

The solace of the beach for David, at Kinghorn Harbour in Fife, beach page here.

 

Finding a better place, for your own world, at Porthluney beach in Cornwall, beach page here.

 

The beach as therapy, at Southbourne in Dorset, beach page here.

 

Marcel’s ecological perspective, on the Isle of Iona in Scotland, beach page here.

 

The beach as a place of escape, at Scotstown in Aberdeenshire, beach page here.

 

You never know your luck, at Kynance Cove on the Lizard, beach page here.

One thought on “Interview Highlights

  1. Tiffany at The Good Dog Guide

    To me the beach means FREEDOM, escape, mind clearing solace! I have always been lucky enough to live close to the beach & love lots of watersports, for me it’s a great place to escape & reflect. But most importantly to have a fantastic walk with Harvey Hound. For Harvey the beach means, hours of manic filled fun, unusual smells with the feel of cold, soft sand between his paws, lapping waves to play in & to his sheer delight miles upon miles of ballie throwing fun!