On Wednesday the 13th of September we went to Skegness to start our research for our geography coursework. Our topic was investigating costal management in Skegness. We first went down to the beach to investigate how deposition varied on both sides of a groyne. We used a transect to find results on how the sand, stones and other material were deposited on the beach. We later walked along the promenade looking at, and taking notes on, the sea defences (such as sea walls, beach nourishment and rock armour) as we went by. When we reached the end of the beach we had a chance to buy ice-cream and donuts while interviewing the public on their views about the way Skegness is protected. On the way to back to school we stopped off at Gibraltar Point to see what the coastline looks like when it is unprotected and to also help our understanding of sand dunes for our exam.