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Dog Beach Ban To Be Enforced In Bridlington

Dog Beach Ban To Be Enforced In Bridlington

Published by Karen Liu at 9:09am 22nd June 2020.

East Riding of Yorkshire Council says its dog beach ban will be enforced from early next month. 

Dog owners are being reminded that restrictions excluding their pets from certain parts of beaches will come into force from Saturday 4th July this year, having been temporarily suspended in May.

The introduction of the annual exclusion, enforced by East Riding of Yorkshire Council, was delayed this year because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

The exclusion will run until 30th September and was brought in to help families and visitors enjoy the seaside without being bothered by nuisance dogs or fouling.

The four beach areas affected by the dog exclusion are:

  • Bridlington north beach – from the north pier to a line extending east from Limekiln Lane.
  • Bridlington south beach – from the south pier to a line extending east from Kingston Road.
  • Hornsea beach – from Headland View to a line extending east from Sands Lane.
  • Withernsea beach – from the steps to the north of the slipway at Seaside Road to the steps opposite Memorial Gardens.

The areas of the promenades in Bridlington, Hornsea and Withernsea adjacent to the beach exclusion zones carry a restriction requiring owners to keep their dogs on leads in those areas.

Outside the restricted areas dogs are still welcome - all the council asks is that dog walkers clean up after their animals and are considerate of other beach users.

Council officers will carry out regular patrols of the beaches and promenades and any owner found breaking the rules will receive a £75 fixed penalty notice.

Officers will also be patrolling other areas to make sure owners clean up after their dogs.

An East Riding of Yorkshire Council spokesperson said:

“The exclusion on dogs using certain areas of the beach lasts just for the summer season.

The vast majority of owners know the importance of not taking their dogs on the beach in the summer months when children and families are playing in the sand but there are plenty of other areas on the beaches where dogs are still welcome.”

Anyone with information about dogs on the beaches during the exclusion period or to report dog fouling should contact the council’s dog warden team on (01482) 396301 or email


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Barra, on 22nd June 2020 6:42pm
This is great news, keep the dogs off the beeches. You just need to enforce the rules.

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