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West Runton, Norfolk

View of West Runton beach 2006The two villages of East Runton and West Runton belong to the single parish of Runton. West Runton beach is a Site of Scientific Interest for its geology, including the internationally important West Runton Freshwater Bed, which is a part of the famous Cromer Forest-bed that has yielded spectacular fossils from the Ice Age.

Geological Field Guide to East and West Runton

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General views of the beach

Fossil collector Rob Sinclair on a stormy day at West Runton beach West Runton beach
Man standing on a sea wall
Outcrop of the West Runton Freshwater Bed after a storm West Runton beach
Cliffs after a storm at West Runton

More pictures to come...

Martin Warren, The Northfolk Project