Cocklawburn Beach, Northumberland.
Cocklawburn beach is a few miles south of the River Tweed and is just north of Cheswick Sands. It is a good starting point for a walk down the coast.
The beach is stony above the tide line but is sandy when the tide is out, with many rock pools to explore.
Lifebelts at Cocklawburn Beach.
View north along the Beach.
Walking with a dog.
Looking out to sea over the rocks.
Looking south along the beach and rocks.
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