May 2018 - This lime kiln found on the beach at Heddon's Mouth was originally restored by National Trust in 1982. In the 19th century, limestone and coal were brought across the Bristol Channel and burnt in the kiln to make the lime needed to counteract the acidity of the local soil. Get there by strolling through ancient woodland alongside the River Heddon, between some of England's highest cliffs.

Blue Day at Heddon’s Mouth

£3.00Price
    • Greetings cards are printed on high quality photo pearl paper and have a high resolution finish.  

    • They are size DL which is approx. 105x210mm. 

    • All come with envelopes and in a cellophane bag.

    • On the reverse of all cards is a description of the picture including where and when it was taken, which matches the description on this website.

    • All are blank inside.

    • Images on cards will be cropped top and bottom slightly from those shown.

    • Use code GC5FOR4 to get 5 cards for the price of 4!

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