As you complete the last part of the walk, you can see the village of Reculver in the distance and once again the distinctive Twin Towers of St. Marys Church. Picture 'a' is looking eastwards. On the left are the Twin Towers with much activity in the foreground as workmen try to complete the new sea defences before the start of the 1999 summer season. On the right are a number of buildings which cater for the summer influx of tourists and visitors, many of whom use the 100+ static caravans which can be seen in the far distance.
Picture 'b' shows more clearly the Twin Towers and the work going on along the seafront. Most of the beach is covered by massive boulders still waiting to be lifted by crane into position in front of the seawall.
Finally, picture 'c' takes you back into Reculver, alongside the car park where you started. In front of you are the Information Centre and on the left, the public toilets. The Information Centre is run by the Kent Wildlife Trust and contains displays about the archaeology, history, geology and wildlife of the area. A programme of walks and other events are organised throughout the year. The Centre and Country Park also cater for educational parties. Contact details are given via the 'More Information' button below.
I hope you enjoyed your walk. Do let me know...