Nice piece about Coast17 in the August 2018 issue of BN5 Magazine
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About Ken Scott
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Entries by Ken Scott
Images from the final stage of Coast17 from London Tower Bridge around Kent to the Sussex coast and home
Images from Stage 10 of Coast17, from Lincolnshire to London via East Anglia, Norfolk, Suffolk and Essex
Images from Stage 9 of Coast17, from Berwick upon Tweed to Humberside, via Northumberland, Tyne & Wear, Teesside and Yorkshire.
Images of plastic litter and waste shot in various places around the coast of Britain
Images from Stage 8 of my Coast17 adventure, in Lancashire and Cumbria from Liverpool to Solway Firth, via Blackpool and Morecambe Bay
*Updated* – Dates for my photography presentation “Coast17 – Walking the Coast of Britain”, starting with Steyning on 31st January
Before setting out on my Coast17 walk, I set out my Principles of Adventure – who would enforce rules anyway? Least of all me, it seems. How did I do?
A huge thank you to Steve Smith and the crew of Shoreham RNLI Lifeboat Station for allowing me the privilege of being out on the Tamar class ALB with them for their regular training exercises last Wednesday night.
Make a diary date now for 31st January 2018, the premiere lecture for the Coast17 walk, Steyning, West Sussex
A humorous and philosophical pseudo interview with Ken Scott, reflecting on his 2017 attempt to walk around the coast of Britain.
At the conclusion of my Coast17 walk, I’d like to extend a warm and heartfelt thanks to everyone, friends old and new, and campsite proprietors who put me up overnight and often fed me out of their own generosity.
Summary Stats for Coast17 – a few interesting snippets from a first cut of looking at walking and weather data
The finish line, drifting into Shoreham with friends and family under an apocalyptic orange sky
A day of easy company with friends and a little luxuriating in Brighton. One half day to go.
Eastbourne to Seaford over Beachy Head and Seven Sisters, among the finest coastal walking anywhere
Cliff walking through Hastings Country Park followed by a long trudge along the prom through Hastings and Bexhill
Finally back into Sussex, first, last and home county, via Rye and the desert of Dungeness
All along a concrete sea wall for several hours into a strong headwind and Dungeness doesn’t look any closer
A simple but long haul from Sandwich to Folkestone via white cliffs and France, or was it America?
A convivial day of meeting friends and overnight hospitality in Ramsgate and Sandwich