After months of poor weather, a mini heat wave strikes the quaint town of Frinton on Sea in Essex, England.
A quiet seaside town, Frinton-on-Sea in Essex is most famously known for its lack of pubs and its numerous churches.
Its beautiful sea front is lined with stunning Edwardian beach huts. History tells us that the town was often frequented by Prince Edward and Mrs Simpson, and Sir Winston Churchill during the 1930's
Frinton Lawn Tennis Club is one of the most prestigious clubs in England.
Sir Richard Powell Cooper, a qualified veterinary surgeon 1847–1913 has been described as "Creator of Frinton-on-Sea" originally purchasing land in the area in the 1890's
Frinton-on-Sea, Essex, England 19th August 2012