This is an ideal beach for young families; it slopes gently and the firm sand is safe to walk on for miles (literally) out into the estuary. Note that there's a relatively deep channel about a quarter mile out and this fills first when the tide comes in. Not deep but fills with a strong current an adult will not easily wade through and keep his footing. Note also there was a brickworks here in the early 20th Century and they used their reject bricks as a sea wall. So digging in the sand near the short occasionally yields hard surprises with sharp corners
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