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It is late afternoon in Robin Hood's Bay, which means it's time to head back home and change for tea. The fishermen may be done for the day, but this doesn't stop the little ones from catching crabs in the shallow waters.
Robin Hood's Bay is a small fishing village in North Yorkshire, whose name derives from the English legend of Robin Hood. After encountering French pirates, who came to pillage the fisherman's boats and the northeast coast, Robin Hood forced the pirates to surrender and returned the loot to the poor people of Robin Hood's Bay Village.

Robin Hood's Bay is either the start or the finish of the 'Coast to Coast' Walk across England, St Bees is the other end point.
We stayed in 'The Bay Hotel' on the front, a traditional English pub where the there are often walkers with tales of their journey across England, and those eager to listen who are about to begin.

1000 piece puzzle measuring 490mm x 680mm