85 Mulberry Lane Lockwood South

85 Mulberry Lane Lockwood South

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Mary’s Cemetery at a later date. Memorial contributions may be made to VNA TIP Hospice or St. Mary’s School.. Best beaches in the UK for the perfect sandy getawayCheck out the UK’s best beaches including the most beautiful to the best hidden beaches to get away from the crowds.17:01, 21 JUN 2018Updated17:32, 21 JUN 2018Beautiful beaches: Britain’s best have been revealed Get Weekly updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribing!Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailYou won’t need to venture far for the ultimate beach getaway Britain boasts some seriously incredible sandy beaches.We’re talking spectacular coastal views, fine sand, brilliant surf for watersports fans and even some hidden havens that are nestled amidst the scenery away from the crowds.For example, Woolacombe beach in Devon previously picked up TripAdvisor’s award for the UK’s best beach thanks to its three mile long stretch of sand, calm waters and picturesque surroundings.Meanwhile, Rhossili Bay in Swansea remains a firm favourite with locals and tourists alike thanks to the unparalleled views it offers of the peninsula and a shipwreck from 1887!Looking to escape the hoards of holidaymakers who have descended upon the seaside for summer? Look for beaches such as Coppey Hall in Pembrokeshire it takes a bit of navigating through tunnels but it’s well worth it for the peace and quiet.Whether you’re after breathtaking views or looking for somewhere secluded, we’ve created the ultimate guide to Britain’s best beaches.1. Woolacombe Beach, Woolacombe, DevonWoolacombe holds the ‘England for Excellence Gold Award’ for best family resort and was the winner of TripAdvisor’s best beaches in Britain award for 2016.The peaceful resort lies between Morte Point and Baggy Point. This three mile long stretch of golden sand is renowned for its cleanliness, water quality and local activities including traditional family pubs.Life guards ensure safe family swimming during the summer and surfers come from all over the country to enjoy the great waves and clean water.The best places to book hotels for Woolacombe:Popular beach in Cornwall has a very intriguing secret most tourists miss completely and it’s only revealed at low tide2.

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