The cliffs at Kilve. Often visited by school parties in Somerset on geography field trips.
Kilve is a small village in Somerset with a rocky beach on the shores of the River Severn estuary, it's recorded by English Nature as a Sight of Special Scientific Interest. The reasons for this are the interesting geological formations, the diverse flora and the fossils that have been found there.
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