Earlier in the week, I met up with Anthony Bennett from InternetGeography.
He has created an excellent subscription website, which costs £20 for access to a whole host of resources, which Anthony is adding to all the time. He has also created stand alone resources, such as a DME which I use, and is just a few pounds to purchase.

The reason we met up in a beer garden in Holme-next-the-Sea was that Anthony was down in Norfolk to collect imagery and fly his drone to develop some new materials.

We talked all things geography and discovered, amazingly, that Anthony would have been a pupil at the time when I was doing my PGCE teaching practice at Bransholme School in Hull, back in 1986/7.

Which makes me surprisingly old, and him surprisingly young.

Anthony headed round the coast and has started to share some of the images he took... Watch out for the results over on his website in the weeks to come.

Other geographers are very welcome to meet up for a beer on the Norfolk coast this summer.

Anthony has been quick off the mark on his return, and has added a Happisburgh Case Study to the website.