of litter. However the variety of natural vegetation on the beach was an education.
The path up from the beach is fragile and dynamic There was clear evidence of an old land slip and the new fencing has been diverted to allow for any new changes.
The path climbed up around Hamstead Farm and other housing before descending again through heathland of the Forestry Commission. Blackberries were starting to ripen but were sadly not as prolific as the sloes. On the way down Bouldnor Cliffs we were passed by two cyclists on a track that was heavily eroded and not suited for that activity.
We had a small glimpse of the sea near Bouldnor before heading south, through a nicely wooded area, to a lane leading to the busy A3054. Care is needed crossing the road to get to a grass verge on the LHS of the road. You follow this for a few hundred metres until a pavement starts on the RHS of the road. The "Coastal Path" follows the road most of the way into Yarmouth but you can get doen to the sea wall in places which is much less frought.
We arrived in Yarmouth around 2:30 pm. On passing the Wheatsheaf pub we saw the sign, shown in the picture below, outside the pub. It made us smile.