Beach Walk Competition Update




Just over a week ago we launched a competition to find the best beach walks around the UK. Each entry added £1 to our donation to the Marine Conservation Society. We’ve had lots of entries but there’s still 2 weeks to go! You can Enter here

We thought we’d report back on our findings so far and we’ve even got a little map to indicate the most popular spot!





Cornwall beaches are leading with 24%, closely followed by Norfolk which 13% of you nominated as the location of Britain’s best beaches. 12% of entrants voted for the Gower in Wales for amazing coastal walks.



Lusty Glaze beach in Cornwall Lusty Glaze beach in Cornwall



CORNWALL - 24% - Most popular for families with small children

The majority of you have been voting for Cornwall beaches. These included Mawgan Porth, Bedruthan and Watergate Bay. Compliments were given to the numerous food stops and stunning views along the way, as well as plenty of opportunities for safe walks along the water with small children.


Seals at Blakeney Point Seals at Blakeney Point

NORFOLK - 13% - Best for wildlife and bird watching

Blakeney Point in Norfolk is especially popular for watching sea birds and seals, making it the perfect beach walk for nature lovers.


ThreeCliffs Bay in Gower ThreeCliffs Bay in Gower

SWANSEA - Most popular for breathtaking views

Often named as some of the world’s best beaches, it’s no surprise that the Gower has been mentioned several times so far. What attracts people to the Gower? The idyllic quiet, the dog friendliness and stunning views are some of your top reasons.

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