Crumbling cliffs at Saltwick Bay


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The cliffs at Saltwick Bay are formed from both sandstone and mudstone, meaning that they are exceptionally fragile and prone to collapse.  Along the shore wave-washed shale boulders are left stranded by the receding tide and their textured edges reveal the layered lamination that is a identifying quality of this type of sedimentary rock.

Eco Friendly greeting cards

A collection of greetings cards depicting landscapes of the Peak District National Park. Available as single cards or buy two of the same design and get the third free. For trade card orders at wholesale prices please get in contact for further details.