The Mablethorpe Bell

The Mablethorpe Bell
This coast is some of the fastest changing in Britain. The land behind the sea defences is close to sea level, the sea defences here will be breached in years to come. Land is gained and land is lost, this coast is the fulcrum on which the North Sea pivots into the English Channel, in continual migration, forming and reforming its shape, more like an organism than a pile of stones. The bell was installed on June 18 2019.

The bell is part of a wider community of art projects in this part of Lincolnshire organised by the Lincolnshire Time and Tide Bell Community Interest Company

Related information:
Local Community website
Local facebook group
The bell is at North End, Mablethorpe, by the Ferryboat Inn and Seal Sanctuary.
Take the path next to the pub to cross the dunes. On the beach turn left, northwards. The Time and Tide Bell will be in sight, about 10 minutes' brisk walk up the beach. The Bell can also be reached from the Crook Bank car-park, approached from Theddlethorpe.
Take bus routes 51 and 59 from Lincoln and Skegness.
Nearest station forcast
add approx 15 mins
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