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Blackpool’s beaches recognised nationally

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Blackpool’s beaches recognised nationally


Seaside Awards

Blackpool’s beaches are one of the main attractions at the popular seaside destination and three of those beaches have been recognised at the national Seaside Awards. Earlier this week it was announced that Bispham beach, Blackpool Central beach and Blackpool South beach had impressed hugely due to their cleanliness, good standards of beach management, quality of water and available facilities.



Indeed, along the promenade, Blackpool can boast approximately 800 litter bins with around 250 of these being large capacity. They are generally emptied each and every day with collections being increased when the weather is good and when the visitor numbers are high.


Continual Improvements

These awards once again highlight the continual improvements being made around Blackpool and with record numbers of visitors expected to descend on the town this summer, efforts are being made to build on these improvements.


Council Minister for Climate Change

Councillor Jane Hugo said: “This is great news for local residents and visitors to Blackpool. So many people work extremely hard to keep our beaches clean as we know how popular and much loved they are.

“On behalf of the council I’d like to thank everyone who has played their part and securing this independent seal of approval. From our dedicated Streetscene and Beach Patrol teams, to the many volunteers who litter pick, to every person that does the right thing and disposes of their litter responsibly.”


Turning Tides

As part of Turning Tides, an agency set up to improve the quality of bathing water throughout the north-west of England, Blackpool are always looking at ways to ensure that all visitors and locals continue to enjoy the beaches well into the future.