Shoreham Beach

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Shoreham Beach: Vegetated shingle beach with internationally rare habitat that contains such plants as Yellow Horned Poppy, Sea Kale and Curled Dock. These plants encourage a wealth of wildlife to the beach. This is why the area has been made a Local Nature Reserve. This beach is a popular location for kite surfing.

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Shoreham by Sea, Greater Brighton, Sussex, Home Counties, South East England, England, Great Britain, UK, Europe
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Shoreham By Sea Beach, Shoreham Old Fort

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Widewater Lagoon

To the north-west of Shoreham Beach is an area of brackish water landlocked by a man-made shingle bank. It is home to herons, swans and many other wildfowl.

Shoreham Old Fort

Shoreham Old Fort is an important part of the South Coast Defence System, the remains of this Napoleonic Fort is a Scheduled Ancient Monument. The fort is at the eastern end of Shoreham Beach at the entrance to Shoreham Harbour.

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