Back in 1762 the seawall ran from the Redoubt to Wall End (The beginning of St Mary's Bay, but that settlement didn't exist then.) There were knockes stretching down the beach which would have been larger structures than the groynes/breakwaters we see today. They were a wooden structures filled with rocks. The seawall was a framework of oak stakes and bundles of blackthorn, then covered in clay soil. It would be another 100 years before it was clad in stone.
Back to the present time: Over the last couple of days I have filled in my tax forms. Good to have it over and done with for another year. I also have a one-off workshop in June called "I saw a sign to...." and I have been planning that. However, I must prepare all the worksheets for next week's workshop so that's on the list for today.
I have been invited to a craft fair in Dymchurch next month. This makes four events in May and I have updated the events page on the website.
Thanks for reading my blog. I looked at my page views and it is good to know that it is worth doing, although I didn't manage the daily challenge.