Charlie’s Garden at dusk


Charlie’s Garden (sometimes spelled as Charley’s Garden) lies just off Collywell Bay in Seaton Sluice and is an isolated sandstone pinnacle which adopted its name from a local villager, Mr Charles Dockwray, who cultivated the top of it prior to the sea eroding the rocks between it and thereby separating it from the mainland.

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