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Weekend Reminders For Yorkshire Coast Visitors And Residents

Weekend Reminders For Yorkshire Coast Visitors And Residents

Published by Karen Liu at 12:33pm 29th May 2020.

Scarborough Borough Council is issuing some 'advice and asks' for visitors and residents on the Yorkshire Coast.

It is as sunny weather is expected this weekend, meaning there may be an influx of people coming to towns and villages.

Liz Colling, Deputy Leader of Scarborough Borough Council, said:

"Overnight stays are not permitted. Even if it's family, it doesn't matter. Holiday homes, overnight stays are not permitted.

So if you're coming from outside the immediate area, please check the tide times; if it's busy, move on elsewhere; although some of the stalls on the seafronts may well be open, none of the shops are. 

Please remember that there are no lifeguards, so be water safe and keep an eye on your kids if they're splashing about."

She has this message for all tourists and residents:

"Please respect our communities, the environment and other users of the beach and our national parks.

Dispose of your litter in a bin and there are plenty of bins around. If you cannot find a bin, then take it away with you.

Please don't feed the seagull and the most important thing, please think twice before you come.

If you stay away, were very grateful and we look forward to welcoming you when we are back to whatever normal looks like."

Liz has been speaking to Yorkshire Coast Radio's Paddy in the Morning:

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zara, on 29th May 2020 5:41pm
Where is the council leader? Thought he was supposed to be over his illness now.

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