On a beach… welcome to manonabeach®, where you can enjoy beach visits and a flavour of the beach when you’re not there, with interviews asking
“What does the beach mean to you…?”
The series celebrates the elemental power of the beach and its profound effect on people who enjoy being where the air, land and sea meet. The beach means so many different things to people, enhancing creativity, decisiveness and energy, being restorative and settling, part of a routine, a reference point through generations, freedom or just fun.
In these narratives, beach-goers share their perceptions and recollections, all drawn out by the enhancing effect of the beach. manonabeach® is a construct, a passive Everyman, here to bring qualitative findings to you.
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Here are some sample answers from beach-goers:
What the beach means to Sarah, at Portscatho in Cornwall, beach page here.
Suzanne describes a special place for special times, at Towan beach on the Roseland Peninsula in Cornwall, beach page here.
Watching the passage of beach goers, at Portloe in Cornwall, beach page here.
“It’s the reason we moved to Cornwall.” – Lesley at Pendower in Cornwall, beach page here.
Taking a break from rehearsals for “Peter Pan” at the Minack Theatre on the cliffs, “Peter” and a “Lost Boy” at Porthcurno in Cornwall, beach page here.
Gabriel salutes a geological showcase, at Durdle Door in Dorset, beach page here.
A special place through time, with Ruth at Wells-Next-The-Sea in North Norfolk, beach page here.
Peter sets the geographical and historical scene, at Winchelsea in East Sussex, beach page here.