On the Shell Line in Suffolk

The FT Weekend Magazine had a moving piece from William Atkins about Shingle Street, on the Suffolk coast, where a trail of 10,000 carefully assembled shells has become part of the landscape. Behind it, the paper says, “lies a story of female friendship and hope”.

The “Shell Line” also features in A Flat Place, the acclaimed memoir in which Noreen Masud tells how expansive emptiness “had always given meaning to a world that made no sense to me”.

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