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    Apparently, Southwick beach has made the 'good beach guide' for the fifth year running:

    http://www.goodbeachguide.co.uk/beach/southwick
    The wind looks rubbish over Easter but try beaches open to NE winds on Sunday.

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    Quote Originally Posted by basher View Post
    Apparently, Southwick beach has made the 'good beach guide' for the fifth year running:

    http://www.goodbeachguide.co.uk/beach/southwick
    I find that slightly ridiculous. I guess its down to the criteria, but this is so not a good beach by any normal standard. It is toxic along there some low tides plus add in the dodgy liaisons and the nudists. The lack of access, the timber spikes sticking out of the sand.
    "Kiting's fine, but it ain't windsurfing"

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    I think it means the official 'buoyed off' bathing section of the beach, upwind of where we normally launch.


    PS. The spikes have gone.
    The wind looks rubbish over Easter but try beaches open to NE winds on Sunday.

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    I think that "good beach guide" is only about water quality, not about whether the beach is actually any good! Water quality will depend on how much its been raining just before they take the measurement. I bet it was rank most of this winter, along with pretty much the whole of the south coast!

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