— Paul O’Malley (@paul_o_malley) September 16, 2020
Mullaghmore, County Sligo.
Bournemouth, Dorset, England this afternoon
A major incident was declared in Bournemouth today after thousands of people flocked to Britain’s beaches leaving the emergency services ‘stretched to the absolute hilt’ on the second consecutive hottest day of the year.
Council bosses said they were ‘appalled‘ at the scenes on the Dorset coast, blasting the ‘irresponsible behaviour and actions of so many people’ as temperatures soared towards 93F (34C) in southern England and Wales today
So angry at groups of teenagers/families around Connolly station squashing into DARTs towards Howth like everything is back to normal 😠No distancing or masks. Edcuate yourselves, wear a face covering to protect others. Glad they’re going to be mandatory. Better late than never
— Nicole (@Nicole_Lg) June 25, 2020
Portmarnock beach – no. 10 in TripAdvisor’s top 10 best beaches in Ireland – last Summer
1. Inchdoney Beach, Co Cork
2. Banna Strand, Co Kerry
3. Inch Beach, Co Kerry
4. Strandhill Beach, Co Sligo
5. Derrynane Beach, Co Kerry
6. Coumeenoole Beach, Co Kerry
7. Lahinch Beach, Co Clare
8. Rossbeigh Beach, Co Kerry
9. Ladies Beach, Ballybunion, Co Kerry
10. Portmarnock Beach, Dublin
Tripadvisor has released its list of the top 10 best beaches in Ireland, with Kerry emerging as the county with the most when it comes to coasts.
West Cork enclave Inchydoney took the top spot, with the beach famed for its crystal clear waters and expanse of powdery sand, but no less than six beaches from the Kingdom were awarded spots in the top 10 list.
At the weekend.
In Youghal, Co Cork.
Clean Coasts Ballynamona tweetz:
From our beach clean in Redbarn on Saturday. So let’s try and see if we are dating this bottle correctly. Would it be late 1960s maybe? Seeing as the currency changed in Ireland in 1971?
Clean Coasts Ballynamona adds:
This KP packet of Alien Invaders has a best before date of 11th Jan 1986. This was 31 years old when it was cleaned up in a beach clean…
Clean Coasts Ballynamona writes:
This plastic bottle all the way from France was found on Ballynamona Beach. The price on it is the Nouveau Franc, used in France between 1960-62, making this plastic rubbish approx 55 years old.
Cranfield Beach, Newry.
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