Thanks for more photos Sean as hoping to come back down for a session beginning of March.Certianly changed a lot this time hasn't it,can't believe how much hammering it's had since Xmas,hope everyone is safe back home down there and hope to see a few next month.
Just for my understanding – are the old original wooden / stone groynes still on the beach at Hythe, just buried under the recent years artificially placed shingle ? OR was it done thoroughly by first removing those assemblies, that I can remember from the 70's years ?
Can anyone also explain where all those artificial shingle deposits, put down at Hythe, are brought from ? How is it transported to the beach ?
Any clarifications would be most welcomed to read.