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    February 22

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Temporary closure of southern pedestrian access to Crane Beach


Added 05 December 2018


The National Conservation Commission (NCC) has advised that the southern pedestrian access to Crane Beach, St Philip, is closed.

According to NCC’s Special Projects Officer, Ricardo Marshall, the pedestrian access closure has become necessary due to the high swells affecting that section of the beach and shall remain in effect until further notice.

Marshall stated that signage is already in place, which clearly indicates the affected area.

The public is therefore asked to be guided by the signage.

Any inconvenience caused is regretted. (BGIS)


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