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Escape from the city - Enjoying a relaxing afternoon on shoreham beach

Shoreham Beach is a designated Local Nature Reserve supporting vast areas of plants and wildlife. It is in close proximity to an RSPB reserve and is an important roosting area for birds. Additionally, at the eastern end of the beach is Shoreham Fort, an ancient Monument completed in 1857. The Local Nature Reserve is home to approximately 90 species of plant, many of which come into bloom in late May/early June. However, Shoreham Beach is as much about people as wildlife and has a wide variety of users, many of which are involved in the management and care of the LNR.

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