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(From The Journal)
Byline: Tom Cadwallender
THE wild and windswept shores of the north Northumberland coast between Amble and Berwick is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONB).
This is a national designation recognising this spectacular stretch of coast as one of the finest landscapes in the country.
The 64km of coastline contains glorious sweeping sandy beaches, such as Bamburgh, Alnmouth, Embleton Bay and Beadnell Bay, all of which are as good for a lazy summer beach visit as they are for a bracing winter walk.
To the north, a contrasting landscape of dramatic cliffs south of Berwick gives way to the sandy beaches of Cocklawburn and Cheswick before leading on to the extensive mudflats and saltmarshes of …