It was brilliantly sunny this morning in Southwold, so we walked from the Museum down to the sea front, past a run of cottages with painted heads in the eaves, past the Adnam’s brewery with its overpowering smell of yeast, past the Sole Bay Inn, built by a bricklayer called William Tink, and the adjacent lighthouse, to the long run of multi-coloured beach huts:-


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