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Brook is a small village nestling on the south-west coast of the Isle of Wight. It borders a section of rugged coastline, the Back of the Wight, facing into the English Channel and towards the famous Needles and West Wight cliffs. Brook is popular for walking, fossil hunting, kitesurfing and windsurfing. There is a green by the beach and a National Trust-owned section of land. A chine (narrow gully) leads down to Brook Bay and beach. The prevailing south-westerly winds scour the beach and alternately either pile up sand, or strip it bare, exposing rocks and sometimes fossils. There is a section of reef extending from the shoreline into the English Channel. The hinterland of Brook rises steeply from the coastal road to join the chalk spine which stretches from one end of the island to the other. St Mary’s Church is on a small hillock at the top of the village.