As has been mentioned on other pages (‘Editor & Contact’ and the Post ‘A season of thanks and hopes’) the Renewable Way is now based in Sheringham, which is a seaside town on the North Norfolk coast and, in the picture (to the left) can be seen top right, nestling under Beeston Bump. The photograph was taken from the the beach at Cley Marshes. Our relocation means that we can take a ‘staycation’ in a coastal resort all year round. As someone who has always loved being near water (as explained in the page Seaside visits) and especially by the sea, in all its moods, I feel very privileged.

Regular users of this website will recognise Sheringham as one of the places that features in the collection of pictures taken in walks along the North Norfolk coast, which remains available to view, within the collection of ‘Seaside Visits‘, as does: Trentham – from ancient parish to modern suburb. I hope you enjoy the new layout.

Paul Newman

January 2022