The once-thriving seaside city that is now acquired the ‘ugliest seashore’ stuffed with ‘soiled nappies’ | UK | News | EUROtoday

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A visit to the seaside is a good British custom that households sit up for, even within the winter months. The contemporary sea breeze is ideal for a canine stroll and the large open areas are good for kids to play in safely.

However, one former high seaside vacation spot has fallen on exhausting occasions, a lot so its seashore is now suffering from “dirty nappies” and has been branded ugly. Redcar in North Yorkshire is blessed with an eight-mile sandy stretch that was once a agency favorite amongst these on the lookout for a staycation spot.

But now guests have bemoaned the situation of the seafront, claiming that they’ve made all types of disgusting discoveries.

Disgruntled vacationers slammed the city and its beachfront, claiming that they discovered every thing from lifeless birds to animal faeces.

One person, aghast at what they’d seen, took to Tripadvisor and stated: “Well we counted 4 dead seagulls and almost double that in piles of dog mess. What should have been a lovely beach walk turned into spot the disgusting mess and avoid it. We won’t be coming back.”

Three customers complained about “nappies” strewn throughout the stretch, with one writing: “What a shame, people ever take there rubbish away with them. The beach looks a complete mess. All the plastic, cans and dirty nappies, yes dirty nappies left to wash out in to the sea.”

And it is not simply the seashore that is taken a kicking from current guests, the city of Redcar itself hasn’t escaped the criticism both. According to the Office of National Statistics, Redcar got here in fifth within the checklist of seaside cities with the best ranges of deprivation. Blackpool took the undesirable high spot.

Visitors have bemoaned the boarded up store facades and the inescapable downtrodden feeling that the city exudes.

One customer, from Perth, Australia, claimed she used to go to Redcar usually, however was upset to see how far it had fallen. She wrote: “Three weeks ago we visited Redcar. We found it sadly depressing. As a young girl I used to visit Redcar often and have fond memories. We found it so dirty. Shops boarded up thousands of cigarette ends on the pavements.”