Seaton Sluice is popular with visitors from the nearby towns of Blyth, to the north and Cramlington, in the west, for day trips, but it also attracts visitors from much further afield, many here to enjoy nearby Seaton Delaval Hall. The beach is clean, despite the historical resonance of the glass and coal trade. Nowadays, this is a reflective place, where you can enjoy peace and quiet, or sample the rich industrial heritage that once made this such a thriving commercial area.
“God’s own country” – the beach at Seaton Sluice.
A bright morning in summer.