Clevedon Pier at the town of Clevedon on the Severn Estuary.
The Poet Laureate, Sir John Betjeman, described the pier as "The most beautiful pier in England" and in 2001 the pier was awarded Grade One Listing status.
Clevedon Pier was constructed during the 1860s and is 312 metres in length. At high tide the walkway is approx 48 feet above the surface of the water. As you walk along the pier, you will notice a multitude of brass plates of varying sizes, all inscribed with a name, or names. These plates have been purchased by visitors and supporters of the voluntary work that goes into maintaining this important and wonderful landmark.