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There is a long stretch of sandy beach and sand dunes from the north of the harbour at Seaton Sluice which streches northwards up to Blyth, known as Hartley Links and Blyth South Beach. The Eve Black Way, a walkway and cycle path, runs 3km across the sand dunes from Seaton Sluice to Blyth. The path is named in honour of Eve Black who passed away in 2006, and in her role as Councillor, had been a strong advocate for the path, which was built in 2000.[1] There is a large children's park and activity area off the dunes at the north end of Seaton Sluice opposite the Anstey Arms.

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Beach and sand dunes at Seaton Sluice

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Seaton Sluice

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Beach and Sand Dunes along Hartley Links

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Harbour entrance (Seaton Sluice)

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Seaton Sluice beach

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Seaton Sluice Beach

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Eve Black Coastal Walkway, Seaton Sluice

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Path Through The Dunes, Seaton Sluice Beach

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Beach near Seaton Sluice

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Busy beach at Seaton Sluice

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Children's playground on Seaton Sluice Beach

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One man and his dog

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The Beach Near Seaton Sluice

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Walkway unveiled in memory of late borough councillor
- News Post Leader, 29th August 2007. "The Seaton Sluice to Blyth coastal walkway has officially been named after former Mayor of Blyth Valley, the late Coun Eve Black. Current Mayor ...

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Seaton Sluice - start of the Eve Black way

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Seaton Sluice - Eve Black way #2

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Seaton Sluice - Eve Black way

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Cycle /foot path Hartley Links

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Sea Horses, Seaton Sluice

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Sea Horses, Seaton Sluice

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