Fine Paintings from Cley next the Sea · Norfolk

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Matthew Alexander  Cley Mill  painting for sale

Matthew Alexander
Cley Mill

Peter Metcalf Cley

Peter Metcalf
Cley

Cley from Cley Mill watercolour

D. Arkwright
Cley

Stiger painting of Cley Mill for sale

Gerald Ackerman
Cley Mill

Jeremy Barlow Reed Cutters Cley Marsh

Jeremy Barlow
Reed Cutters Cley Marsh

Nick Chinnery Painting - Brent Geese over Cley

Nick Chinnery
Brent Geese over Cley

cley church	Leslie Hardey Moore

Leslie Hardey Moore
Cley Church

Cley Custom House	Brian Lewis

Brian Lewis
Cley Custom House

Cottrill Painting Fishing Boat Cley

Michael Cottrill
Old Fishing Boat - Cley

Cottrill Painting - Cley

Michael Cottrill
End of Day - Cley

Cley Beach 	Cavendish Morton
 painting for sale

Cavendish Morton
Cley Beach

Cley Jack Cox

Jack Cox
Cley Windmill 1959

Cley Mill 	P King

P King
Cley Mill


  Cley Mill	Matt Tidd



 painting for sale

Matt Tidd
Cley Mill

Christopher Ray painting of Cley Mill for sale

Christopher Ray
Cley Mill

Eric Blood Cley Mill

Eric Blood
Cley Mill

Stiger painting of Cley Mill for sale

R. Siger
Cley Mill

Stanley Orchart Painting - Cley Mill

Stanley Orchart
Cley Mill

Avocet painting for sale

Nick Chinnery
Wading Avocet at Cley

 Sheep on Cley Marsh	Philip Gardiner


 painting for sale

Philip Gardiner
Sheep on Cley Marsh

Cley Mill 1978
	Jason Partner



	painting for sale

Jason Partner
Cley Mill 1978

Cley Mill 1976
 Jason Partner

Jason Partner
Cley Mill 1976

Cley Windmill 	David Tonks

David Tonks
Cley Windmill

 Norfolk Marsh 	LG Linnell

L. G. Linnell
Norfolk Marsh

Cley Next The Sea is a picturesque village on the North Norfolk coast, situated in a designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. Cley (pronounced 'Cly') is just 1 mile east of Blakeney and 4 miles north of Holt, on the main coast road between Wells and Sheringham. Well known for its Windmill and its magnificent church, Cley is also home to the NWT Cley Marshes Nature Reserve, internationally reputed as a premier bird watching site, popular with birds and visitors all year round!

Cley is also popular with walkers and is on the Norfolk Coastal Path which can be followed along to Holme Next The Sea where it joins the ancient Peddars Way National Trail - ideal for those who like something more challenging! Cley was originally a lot more 'next the sea' than it is now - in the Middle Ages it was a thriving trading port and the harbour was down in front of St Margaret's Church - hard to imagine when you visit the area today. Sadly the village was struck by the plague and a misguided landowner unlawfully attempted land reclamation which caused the river to gradually silt up, both of which contributed to a decline in the population and wealth of the village. Some lovely pictures of old Cley can be seen at St Margaret's Church

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