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Flamborough Head is the furthest north that the Chalk of the Cretaceous outcrops in England.  The Head cliffs have many caves, stacks and arches and are overlain by a glacial Till.  The pictures in this gallery show some of these features.  The glacial Till can be seen as a brown covering to the white chalk rock.


Étretat on the north coast of France showing L'Augille (needle) and Porte d'Aval.