We’ve asked a local drone operator to frequently take photos of the river mouth for our archives. Such photos could be very useful in future if we’re trying to make a case to a Council, for example. Here’s the first photo, acquired 24 April 2019.
By doing a measurement on Google maps, the river seems to travel about 370 metres south from the tip of the groyne, as seen in this photo, before turning seaward.
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We’re hoping to get several such photos each year, and will post them here for all to see.