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Ness Point is the farthest East you can get on the British Mainland. It's well signposted and worth the effort to get there. You'll find a large Granite Compass on the ground with directions and distance to some of the world's best known cities. Quite...More
Hard to find - cannot understand why the town does not seem to play on the fact it's the most easterly point of the UK? It's interesting to know you can't go anywhere more east on foot.
I went when the wind from the North...More
Suffolk council you have really missed an opportunity to redevelop and regenerate this area. Such a shame for the people of Suffolk not to be able to show off the most Easterly point with pride unlike people living in the most northern and western parts...More
For one of the stand out attractions in Lowestoft the area of Ness point was a bit of a disappointment if I'm honest - the most easterly point of the uk and thus should be made into a more attractive area to visit - maybe...More
I have been to Lizard Point, Ardnumurchan Penisula and Dunnets Head, I felt I ought to complete the set and go to the most eastern point of the UNITED KINGDOM mainland..... well I was bemused.... I went there with my friend Ben who drove and...More
The most easterly point of the British Isles - glad I visited and one of those things that's nice to tick off the list. But, I'd completely echo some of the other comments that so much more could be done with the site. The most...More
This place really should be on the map like Lands-end! This if the most easterly place in the whole England (uk) and all you get is some guff on the floor.
So much more could be done with this place l.....Do not make a visit...More