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Drummers at Aldeburgh

Drummers at Aldeburgh

Steve Martin's coast walk

BBC Suffolk's Steve Martin walked along the Suffolk coastline from Lowestoft to Felixstowe.

As Steve reached Pakefield he met Tom and Babs Drew, who live in a converted railway carriage.

At Walberswick Steve saw Mary Nuttall, a regular swimmer in the sea at the age of 80!

Dunwich Heath is a National Trust reserve.  Steve spoke to Dave Sutton the warden.

On Aldeburgh beach at Maggi Hambling's Scallop sculpture Steve met a group of drummers.

At Slaughden Steve talked to Brian Upson who runs the boatyard at Slaughen Quay.

David Andren is the Vice Chairman of the Alde and Ore Association.  He gave Steve a 'lift' at Butley.

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