Hengistbury

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Christchurch, Dorset - Geography
... harbour is protected by a natural headland (Hengistbury Head) at the start of the sandbanks, and is a special site for sand martins which nest annually in the sandy cliffs ... On the south side, the harbour is enclosed by Hengistbury Head which was the site of the earliest settlement here dating back to the Bronze Age ... The New Forest, Christchurch Priory, Hengistbury Head, Avon Valley, Christchurch Bay, The Solent and The Needles of the Isle of Wight can be seen from ...
List Of Yellow Buses Routes - Previous Services (pre Transdev)
... Originally running between Hengistbury Head and Alum Chine, this route did very well ... Chines, The Piers (including Bournemouth Town Centre), Southbourne, Hengistbury Head and Tuckton Bridge ... ran between Bournemouth Square and Hengistbury Head but was extended to serve Somerford and, later, to Westbourne when route 20 was shortened to terminate at the Square, However, soon after, route 22 was ...
Mudeford Spit
... Formed by sand and shingle brought around Hengistbury Head by longshore drift and pushed towards the shore by waves from the east, the spit is the most mobile of Dorset's geographical features ... Prior to the construction of the long groyne at Hengistbury Head in 1938, it tended to grow steadily in a north-easterly direction and on occasion stretched as far Steamer Point and Highcliffe ... The groyne built in 1938 to protect Hengistbury Head from erosion had an adverse effect on the spit as it prevented movement of material around it ...