Hastings (the stade)

by Claire A Bartlett
(Hastings )

The stade


East Sussex

Thick, frosted, rounded & smooth with a few chips and a raised letter C on the piece found.
light sea green in colour.

The beach has plenty of large rocks on the beach from the cliff face to climb over at high tide.

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Apr 08, 2021
Beautiful color!
by: David & Lin

Odyssey Sea Glass NOTES from Wikipedia:

The Stade is a shingle beach in Hastings Old Town, Hastings, East Sussex, England. It has been used for beaching boats for more than a thousand years. It is now home to Europe's largest fleet of beach-launched fishing boats.

The word stade is a Saxon term meaning landing place.

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