Covehithe, on the Suffolk coast just north of Southwold and south of Kessingland, was previously known as North Hales
The end of the path at Covehithe - very Thelma and Louise!
Clearly Covehithe must have been a large area at one stage to warrant such a large Church, but within the ruins of this old Church a 'new' one has been built -with a thatched roof no less. St Andrews, the present church, was built in 1672.
It has a fantastic beach -
and lovely coastal walk - not for the fainted hearted!
Nowadays you can see lots of working farms rearing pigs - bigger than you think and not to be messed with particularly when they have piglets to protect -
Visit Covehithe soon before the rest disappears into the sea!
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