A group of mobile home owners who face legal action to stop them parking overnight at a car park on the East Coast say they'll fight it all the way.
Campaigner Andy Strangeway claims the by-law shouldn't apply to Huttoft car terrace and he intends to challenge it in court.
He also says complaints about noise, litter, fires and verbal abuse don't relate to any of the overnight parkers and many of them have parking permits.
However, Lincolnshire County Council says the permits do not give anyone permission to sleep in their vehicles or camp on the beach.
Councillor Colin Davie said:
"We have never wished to stop law-abiding people from enjoying this part of the coast, so we make these permits available to bona fide sea anglers who need to park overnight.
"However, the permits do not give anyone permission to sleep in their vehicles or camp on the beach – both of which are prohibited by the byelaws.
"And we will take action against anyone caught doing so or anyone misusing a permit."
The council intend to issue around forty court summons.
Also see: Coastal overnight parking row
A group of mobile home owners are facing legal action to stop them camping on a car park on the East Coast.
Lincolnshire County Council says it's taking the steps after four years of complaints from local people and businesses near to the Huttoft Car Terrace between Mablethorpe and Ingoldmells.
A barrier to stop large mobile homes using the site has been cut down several times costing taxpayers thousands of pounds. Adam Fowler reports.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a man had part of his ear bitten off during an attack in Ingoldmells. The 28-year-old from Doncaster was verbally abused and assaulted before part of one of his ear lobes was bitten off in the early hours of this morning.
– Detective Constable Emily Wooll-Rivers, Skegness CID
This was a nasty incident, a man has lost part of his ear and is scarred for life. We have a suspect in custody but I would like to hear from anyone who witnessed what happened. The area was quite busy at the time and it is likely that someone saw something that my assist the investigation.”
Skegness is the most deprived seaside area in England, according to the Office for National Statistics. In a report based on poverty figures, the Lincolnshire resort came top followed by Ingoldmells.
A woman has died after getting into difficulties off the coast of Lincolnshire. The 69 year old was pulled from the water at Ingoldmells, near Skegness and despite attempts to revive her at the scene she died.
The tragedy comes as local coastguards reveal the number of call outs to emergencies so far this this July has more than doubled compared to last year - as the heatwave draws crowds to the east coast.
During the first three weeks of July the Humber Coastguard, which attends incidents along the length of the Calendar region's coastline, has been called out 219 times.
For the same period last year they were called out 86 times.
The Coastguard says it has seen a 23% rise in the number of incidents in the past month.
From 15 June to 16 July this year, HM Coastguard dealt with 2,859 incidents. That's an increase of 668 compared to the same period in 2012.
– Peter Dymond, Chief Coastguard
We always urge people to have fun but stay safe when out enjoying our beautiful coastline, particularly during this current spell of good weather. If you are heading out for a swim, check the sea conditions and remember that even though the sea may look calm on the surface, there is the danger of strong currents underneath. We recommend that you swim at a lifeguarded beach, take note of any warning signs and best to tell someone on the beach what you are doing so they can keep an eye on you.
It's not only swimmers in difficulty that HM Coastguard has recently dealt with. Other emergencies or calls for assistance include medical evacuations, mechanical problems with small boats, divers in difficulty, people stuck in mud, cliff falls and people cut off by the tide.
– Peter Dymond, Chief Coastguard
Always check tide times before you walk along the foreshore and away from beach access points so that you can avoid being cut off by the incoming tide. "When walking along cliff tops, make sure you are wearing suitable footwear and don't venture too close to the edge. Always keep dogs on a lead. "If you're heading out in a boat, canoe, kayak and such like, you should wear an appropriate lifejacket or buoyancy aid. "The key thing to remember is that if you see someone in difficulty, you should call 999 immediately and ask for the Coastguard.
Police say the death of a woman who was pulled from the sea in Ingoldmells is not being treated as suspicious.
The Coroner has been informed.
Police in Lincolnshire says they have had reports of two young men getting into difficulty at Chapel St Leonards.
They are now warning parents and young people about the dangers of using inflatables in the sea.
– Lincolnshire Police spokesperson
The pair were drifting out to sea and calling for help.
Fortunately, the incident ended well with both of them safely back on dry land but the consequences could have been far more serious.