Plonked off Northumberland’s atmospheric north-eastern coastline, the Holy Island of Lindisfarne is the founding cornerstone of English Christianity, dating back to 635AD.
Completely cut off from the mainland at high-tide, the centuries-old tidal fortifications continue to protect the island’s natural environment and isolated inhabitants as efficiently as ever.
The Lindisfarne National Nature Reserve hugely benefits from the fast-moving tides with mudflats, saltmarshes, rock-shores and sand dunes sustaining not only a wealth of wildlife but also a delicate eco-system ….
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