This looks good. As someone who once did the Pembrokeshire Coastal Path (before I got into photography, though), I’d be all for…

“a great footpath, 2,500 miles long and ten yards wide, snaking and wriggling its way around the coast of England, along cliff and shore, through shingle and sand, across dunes and around inlets. Such a path would do more than follow our coast: it would define the contours of our culture as an island nation.”

Of course, ideally I’d also have a cycle path / wheelchair path alongside it, but perhaps that’s hoping for too much. SUSTRANS has shown that building 10,000 miles of cycle paths in ten years is quite achievable. We could easily make such a coastal path, perhaps even with the use of prisoner labour so as to ease prison overcrowding, in five years.