Signs are being put up on a beach in Essex warning about the danger of unexploded hand grenades.
Five of the second world war devices have been washed up at Dovercourt near Harwich.
Recently, a device was found on the shoreline at Marine Parade when an off-duty military explosives expert saw a person throwing a grenade around for a dog to chase.
It's prompted the council to seek expert advice on whether it needs to close the area off.
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It will take time for the temperatures to climb in the morning but it will be a dry but cold day with plenty of sunshine.
Assaults on police officers in the Anglia region are running at an average of ten per day as one Chief Constable blames late-night drinking.
The chance of the odd shower for the next few hours but in general a dry night with clear spells. Turning very cold with a frosty.