|SHUCKLAND Introduction Alphabetical List of Locations|
"My mother-in-law, Richenda Digby, saw Shuck. She found him quite a peaceful mongrel about the size of a Labrador or rather bigger. There was nothing in the least alarming about him. She met him in a lane near Sidestrand, on the Norfolk coast. He came trotting towards her, and just as he had passed her she looked round and he had vanished. I gather she was neither surprised nor alarmed".
|Source:||Diana Digby: letter in 'Country Life' Vol. 130, No. 3378 (30/11/1961).|
|Place Name:||OE: 'broad shore'.|
|Other:||See also Overstrand to Sheringham, Hunstanton to Gt. Yarmouth, Hunstanton to Cromer, Bacton to Beeston Regis.|