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SAFETY AT THE SEASIDE: SIMPLE RULES THAT WILL KEEPYOU OUT OF DANGER

The three main hazards facing a visitor to the coast are weather, tides and currents. Their dangers can be minimised by checking local weather forecasts regularly; by reading the local tide-tables; and by asking the lifeguards or the local coastguard station about special dangers such as treacherous currents or underwater rocks. Most sporting activities, such …

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SEA FISHING GUIDE TO GLAMORGAN / MID GLAMORGAN / SOUTH GLAMORGAN:Aberavon and Port Talbot to Nash Point

Steelworks and long sands on the shore of Swansea Bay Along the eastern side of Swansea Bay runs a long strip of flat beaches, bordered by dunes 200 ft high in places. Industry and leisure share the coast, with steelworks beside surfing beaches, and old coal harbours cheek by jowl with modern caravan sites. Only …

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