Moon and Tide

23/06/2020
The highest tides each month (spring tides) fall two days after New Moon and Full Moon. High spring tides at Clevedon in Somerset are at 9.30pm BST, coinciding with sunset in June. An hour after sunset, the tide had started to fall leaving reflective wet rocks at the top of the beach, whilst the two-day old crescent Moon was well-placed above the end of the pier.