WITH just weeks left before one of Britain's oldest nudist beaches is axed, the search is on to find a suitable replacement spot on the north Suffolk coast. The existing naturist beach at Corton, near Lowestoft, will become a general use area at the end of the summer season because coastal erosion has significantly reduced the amount of sand available for sunbathers. Now Waveney District Council is speaking to local communities to try and find an alternative site along the district's coastline, which stretches from Corton in the north, past Lowestoft to Southwold. In December last year, the council carried out a public consultation before deciding to go ahead with the plans to get rid of the naturist site, and said that they would explore other potential locations which are not as badly affected by erosion. The new nudist beach would also have to have adequate parking and transport provision, good access to the beach, not be too overlooked and have support from the local community. Ken Sale, the council's portfolio holder for the environment, said: These criteria incorporate the needs and wishes of both the naturist and local communities.
For most residents and visitors, the most shocking aspect of Southwold's beach is the prices fetched by the brightly painted beach huts. But Southwold could soon have another string to its bow - a nudist led to the loss of so much beach at Corton, near Lowestoft, that the naturist.
Really pleasant walk from the town centre in Southwold down to the beach then along the dunes to Denes Beach is a great place for a stroll in the fresh air. The sands and dunes are beautiful.
ACCIDENTALLY Active TO THE NUDIST Coast
The long weekend off we had planned turned out to be disappointing,on Friday I had my first job interview for sometime with a marketing company. The MD talked the talk about his fabulous company,then offered commission only work 6 days a week 10 hours a day, door to door canvassing. After the interview I had a taster half day on saturday before terminating it at lunchtime,which mean another day was ruined. Sunday was a little better but cloudy,going over to Arcadians for a few hours before driving down to Southend to have lunch then returning home around 6. We stopped briefly in Southwold before moving on to a small village on the coast called Kessingland. Kessingland is a large village in the Waveney District of the English county of Suffolk.