Only three huts were available for a year-round lease, and three for the summer months, but there was still demand even for the winter lets.
Among those waiting was a family from Lancashire, who're very pleased to qualify as locals at last.
We've been coming here for fifty years. We decided eventually to retire here and make the most of the weather.
The lucky ones to get a beach hut won't get the new keys until the new year, but today was a chance to check on their old huts and get ready to move to the new ones. Non-locals will get a chance to hire a hut from next Tuesday, October 14th. They're £100 a week in July and August, £15 to £35 a week through the rest of the year. And there are a few kept for one day hire.
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