Fine Foundation Centre
The Fine Foundation Centre is run by the voluntary group Beer Village Heritage and tells the story of the village of Beer and its place along the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site and in the East Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
The Fine Foundation Centre is situation at the bottom of Sea Hill by the beach and visitors can see the inhabitants of beach rock pools displayed in seawater tanks and historical photos of the village. Rock Pooling Safaris are held during the summer months and times and days of this can be found displayed in the Centre.
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